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Authored books

Kemp C, Smith P. (2015)

Crowd Management Concepts and Contexts

Cambridge Academic Press (Published September 2015)

Kemp C, Smith P. (2013)

Learning in the Round: Concepts and Contexts in Work Based Learning

Cambridge Academic Press

Kemp C, (2010)

0 (2)Case Studies in Crowd Management Two

Entertainment Technology Press

The creation of good case studies to support work in progress and to give answers to those seeking guidance in their quest to come to terms with perennial questions is no easy task.
The first Case Studies in Crowd Management book focused mainly on a series of festivals and events that had a number of issues which required solving. This book focuses on a series of events that had major issues that impacted on the every day delivery of the events researched.

Kemp C, (2008)

Music Industry Management & Promotion (3rd Edition)

ELM Publications

Kemp C, Hill I, Upton M, Hamilton M (2007)

0 (1)Case Studies in Crowd Management

Entertainment Technology Press

This important work has been compiled from a series of research projects carried out by the staff of the Centre for Crowd Management and Security Studies at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, and seminar work carried out in Berlin and Groningen with partner Yourope. It includes case studies, reports and a crowd management safety plan for a major outdoor rock concert, safe management of rock concerts utilising a triple barrier safety system and pan-European Health & Safety Issues.

Kemp C, Hill I (2004)

0 (3)Health and Safety Aspects in the Live Music Industry, Entertainment Technology Press

This first title in a collaboration between Entertainment Technology Press and Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College includes chapters on various safety aspects of live event production written by specialists in their particular areas of expertise.
The book examines the subject from different viewpoints including the theoretical concepts, the application and licensing issues, the human element and a theoretical case study on perceived anti-social behaviour at rock concerts – a topic that raises controversial and difficult conclusions in itself.

Kemp C, Hill I, Upton M (2004)

0A comparative study of crowd behavior at two major music events, Entertainment Technology Press

A compilation of the findings of reports made at two major live music concerts, and in particular crowd behaviour.
The book also offers advice on crowd safety, Health and Safety guidance for concerts, crowd control, management and safety, and on the importance of planning events and being prepared.

Kemp C (2004)

Towards a holistic interpretation of musical genre classification, Jyvaskyla Studies in Humanities, Jyvaskyla University

Kemp C (2000)

Music industry management and promotion, 2nd edition, Cambridge, Elm

Edited books

Kemp C, Hill I (2004)

Health and Safety Aspects in the Live Music Industry, Entertainment Technology Press

Book Chapter and contributions

Kemp C (2009)

High Adrenaline Work Environments at Events

Working in the Events Industry

Butterworth Heinemann

NaCTSO (2009)

Guidance for Universities and Colleges on Terrorism

DIUS/Home Office

NaCTSO (2009)

Guidance for Terrorism at Events

DIUS/Home Office

(NaCTSO is the Government anti terrorism organization)

Journal articles

Kemp C., Smith P., Dalrymple R. (2012)

The triadic Learning System

The Journal of Further and Higher Education

Kemp C (2009)

Creating the Business Continuity Continuum

International Journal of Business Continuity Management

Kemp C (2007)

The necessities of crowd profiling

Australian Journal of Event Tourism

Tribe J D A, Kemp C (1999)

Music Industry Management Degrees: hitting the right note?, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 51 (4), 1-14