Publications: D

Dixon, J., Biggs, S., Tinker, A., Stevens, M. & Lee, L., 'Abuse, neglect and lack of dignity in the institutional care of older people' (2009), National Centre for Social Research and King's College London, prepared for the Department of Health and Comic Relief.
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Dixon, L. & Court, D., 'Developing good practice with racially motivated offenders' (2003), Probation Journal, 50(2), pp.149-153
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Dixon, L. & Ray, L., 'Current issues and developments in race hate crime' (2007), Probation Journal, 54(2), pp.109-124
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Doherty, G., 'Do mates hate? A framing of the theoretical position of mate crime and an assessment of its practical impact' (2015), Journal of Adult Protection, 17(5), pp.296-307
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Doherty, G., 'Prejudice, Friendship and the Abuse of Disabled People: An Exploration Into the Concept of Exploitative Familiarity (‘Mate Crime’)' (2017), Disability and Society [online]
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Dollis, D., 'Legislation and racial vilification in Victoria' (1992), Bird, G. (ed.) (1992) Racial Harassment. National Centre for Crosscultural Studies in Law, Monash University

Dombos, T., Kárpáti, J. & Sándor, B., 'Hungary: Support and protection for LGBTQI victims of hate crimes, an empty promise' (2018), in P. Godzisz & G. Viggiani (Eds.). Running through hurdles: Obstacles in the access to justice for victims of anti-LGBTI hate crimes (pp. 145-173). Warsaw: Lambda Warsaw Association.
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Dominitz, J. & Knowles, J., 'Crime minimisation and racial bias: What can we learn from police search data?' (2006), The Economic Journal, 116(515), pp.F368-F384
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Donnelly, E., 'Hate crimes against Travellers' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.24-25
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Donovan, C. & Barnes, R., 'Being ‘ideal’ or falling short?: The legitimacy of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender victims of domestic violence and hate crime' (2018), in M. Duggan (Ed.), Revisiting the 'ideal victim': Developments in critical victimology (pp.83-102). Bristol: Policy Press.
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Donovan, C., Clayton, J. & Macdonald, S.J., 'New Directions in Hate Reporting Research: Agency, Heterogeneity and Relationality' (2019), Sociological Research Online, 24(2), pp. 185-202
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Donovan, C., Clayton, J., & Macdonald, S. J., '‘New Directions in Hate Reporting Research: Agency, Heterogeneity and Relationality’' (2019), Sociological Research Online, 24(2), pp. 185–202
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Döring, N. & Mohseni, M.R., 'Fail Videos and Related Video Comments on YouTube: A Case of Sexualization of Women and Gendered Hate Speech?' (2019), Communication Research Reports, 36(3), pp. 254-264
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Dorris, W., Hu, R.R., Vishwamitra, N., Luo, F. & Costello, M., 'Towards Automatic Detection and Explanation of Hate Speech and Offensive Language' (2020), IWSPA 2020 - Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Security and Privacy Analytics, pp. 23-29
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Douglas Elliott, R. & Bonauto, M., 'Sexual orientation and gender identity in North America' (2008), Journal of Homosexuality, 48(3-4), pp.91-106
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Douglas, K.M., Mcgarty, C., Bliuc, A.-M. & Lala, G., K.M. et al, 'Understanding cyberhate: Social competition and social creativity in online white supremacist groups' (2005), Social Science Computer Review, 23(1), pp.68-76
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Douglass, S., Mirpuri, S., English, D. & Yip, T., '“They were just making jokes”: Ethnic/racial teasing and discrimination among adolescents' (2015), Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
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Downing, J., Dronn, R., 'Tweeting Grenfell: Discourse and Networks in Critical Constructions of British Muslim Social Boundaries on Social Media' (2019), New Media and Society [online]
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Dragotto, F., Giomi, E. & Melchiorre, S.M., 'Putting Women Back in Their Place. Reflections on Slut-Shaming, The Case Asia Argento and Twitter in Italy' (2020), International Review of Sociology [online]
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Drakulich, K.M., 'The hidden role of racial bias in support for policies related to inequality and crime' (2015), Punishment and Society, 17(5), pp.541-574
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Drakulich, K., Fay-Ramirez, S. & Benier, K., 'The Neighborhood Context of Perceived and Reported Anti-White Hate Crimes' (2019), Race and Justice
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Drakulich, K.M. & Rose, K., 'Being male or living with a female: Fear for partners by sex and sexual orientation' (2013), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(9), pp.1765-1797
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Dreher, T., 'Introduction: “Targeted”' (2001), Targeted: Experiences of Racism in NSW after September 11 2001. UTS Shopfront Research Monograph Series No 1, University of Technology, Sydney ePress

Dreher, T., 'Incidents reported to the CRC hotline, September – November 2001' (2001), Targeted: Experiences of Racism in NSW after September 11 2001. UTS Shopfront Research Monograph Series No 1, University of Technology, Sydney ePress

Dreher, T., 'Whose responsibility?: Community anti-racism strategies after September 11, 2001' (2006), UTS Shopfront Monograph Series No. 3
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Droogan, J. & Peattie, S., 'Islamophobia in Al-Qa’ida’s and IS’ English-language magazines' (2019), in J. Esposito & D. Iner (Eds). Islamophobia and Radicalization (pp.139-158). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee, Parliament of Victoria, 'Parliament of Victoria, Inquiry into strategies to reduce assaults in public places in Victoria – Final report' (2010)

Duff, A.R. & Marshall, S.E., 'Criminalizing hate?' (2018), in T. Brudholm & B. Schepelern Johansen (Eds), Hate, politics, law: Critical perspectives on combating hate (Chapter 6). New York, NY: Oxford University Press

Duff, C. & Young, C., 'What works? Eight principles for meaningful evaluation of anti-prejudice work' (2017), Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights, Equality and Human Rights Commission
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Duggan, M., 'Heteronormativity and the inverted relationship between sociopolitical and legislative approaches to lesbian, gay and bisexual hate crime' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.147-167). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Duggan, M., 'Homophobic hate crime in Northern Ireland' (2010), in Chakraborti, N. (ed.) (2010) Hate Crime: Concepts, policy, future directions, Devon: Willan Publishing

Duggan, M., 'Gender and Hate Crime Protections' (2020), in C. Ashford & A. Maine (Eds.), Research Handbook on Gender, Sexuality and the Law (pp. 317-329). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing
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Duggan, M., 'Sectarianism and hate crime in Northern Ireland' (2014), in Hall, N., Corb, A., Giannasi, P. & Grieve, J. (2014) The Routledge International Handbook on Hate Crime. London: Routledge

Duggan, M., 'Working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities to shape hate crime policy' (2014), in Chakraborti, N. & Garland, J. (2014) Responding to hate crime: the case for connecting policy and research. Bristol: Policy Press.

Duggan, M. & Heap, V., 'Administrating victimization: The politics of anti-social behaviour and hate crime policy' (2014), Palgrave Macmillan.
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Duggan, M. & Heap, V., 'Victims as vote-winners? The anti-social behaviour/hate crime nexus: Marian Duggan and Vicky Heap cast a critical eye over the policy connections' (2013), Criminal Justice Matters, 94(1), pp.24-25
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Dunbar, E., 'Symbolic, relational, and ideological signifiers of bias-motivated offenders: Toward a strategy of assessment' (2003), American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73(2), pp.203-211
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Dunbar, E., 'Race, gender, and sexual orientation in hate crime victimization: Identity politics or identity risk?' (2006), Violence and Victims, 21(3), pp.323-337
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Dunbar, E., 'Defending the indefensible: A critique and analysis of psycholegal defense arguments of hate crime perpetrators' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15, pp.64-77
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Dunbar, E. & Crevecoeur, D., 'Assessment of hate crime offenders: The role of bias intent in examining violence risk' (2005), Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 5(1), pp.1-19
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Dunbar, E. & Molina, A., 'Opposition to the legitimacy of hate crime laws: The role of argument acceptance, knowledge, individual differences, and peer influence' (2004), Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 4(1), pp.91-113
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Duncan, D.T. & Hatzenbuehler, M.L., 'Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender hate crimes and suicidality among a population-based sample of sexual-minority adolescents in Boston' (2014), American Journal of Public Health, 104(2), pp.272-278
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Duncan, D.T., Hatzenbuehler, M.L. & Johnson, R.M., 'Neighborhood-level LGBT hate crimes and current illicit drug use among sexual minority youth' (2014), Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 135(1), pp.65-70
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Dunn, P., 'Figures of hate' (2005), Community Care, 1556, pp.34-35

Dunn, P., 'Sexuality: Is there a hierarchy of discrimination?' (1996), Probation Journal, 43(2), pp.64-69
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Dunn, K., Pelleri, D. & Maeder-Han, K., 'Attacks on Indian students: The commerce of denial in Australia' (2011), Race & Class, 52(4), pp.71-88
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Dunn, K.M., Klocker, N. & Salabay, T., 'Contemporary racism and Islamophobia in Australia: Racializing religion' (2007), Ethnicities, 7(4), pp.564-589
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D’Souza, T., Griffin, L., Shackleton, N. & Walt, D. , '‘Harming women with words: The failure of Australian law to prohibit gendered hate speech’' (2018), University of New South Wales Law Journal, 41(3), pp. 939-976
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