Publications: H

Hanes, E. & Machin, S., 'Hate crime in the wake of terror attacks: Evidence from 7/7 and 9/11' (2014), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 30(3), pp.247-267
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Hankir, A., Carrick, F.R. & Zaman, R., 'Part I: Muslims, social inclusion and the west. Exploring challenges faced by stigmatized groups' (2017), Psychiatria Danubina, 29, pp. 164-172
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Hansen, K.L., 'Ethnic discrimination and health: The relationship between experienced ethnic discrimination and multiple health domains in Norway’s rural Sami population' (2015), International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 74, Article Number 25125
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Hansen, H., Riano, N.S., Meadows, T. & Mangurian, C., 'Alleviating the mental health burden of structural discrimination and hate crimes: The role of psychiatrists' (2018), American Journal of Psychiatry, 175(10), pp.929-933
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Haque, Z., Jolliffe, D., Elahi, F. & Garland, J., 'Empowerment and confidence in the Equality Act 2010: Evaluating the impact of training by Race on the Agenda' (2017), Equality and Human Rights Commission
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Harb, Z., 'Covering regional conflicts in Arab news: Political loyalties and hate speech' (2019), in M. Kelly, H. Footitt, Hilary & M. Salama-Carr (Eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Languages and Conflict (pp. 273-293). London: Palgrave Macmillan
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Hardaker, C. & McGlashan, M., '“Real men don’t hate women”: Twitter rape threats and group identity' (2015), Journal of Pragmatics, 91, pp.80-93
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Harding, J.E., 'Homophobia and rape culture in the narratives of early Israel' (2018), in C. Blyth, E. Colgan & K. Edwards (Eds.), Rape culture, gender violence, and religion. Religion and Radicalism. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Hardy, S.-J., 'Explaining everyday hate in a multicultural context' (2017), in Everyday multiculturalism and ‘hidden’ hate (pp. 163-192). London: Palgrave Macmillan UK
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Hardy, S.-J. & Chakraborti, N., 'Hate crimes' (2017), in P. Carlen & L. Ayres França (Eds.), Alternative Criminologies (Chapter 16). Routledge.

Hardy, S.-J., Chakraborti, N. & Cuko, I., 'More Than a Tick-Box? The Role of Training in Improving Police Responses to Hate Crime' (2020), British Journal of Community Justice, 16(1), pp. 4-20
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Hare, I., 'Legislating against hate – The legal response to bias crimes' (1997), Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 17(3) pp.415-439
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Harel, A. & Parchomovsky, G., 'On hate and equality' (1999), The Yale Law Journal, 109(3), pp.507-539
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Hargreaves, J., 'Risk and resilience in British Muslim communities' (2016), Ethnic and Racial Studies, pp.1-20
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Harindranath, R., 'Malign images, malevolent networks: Social media, extremist violence and public anxieties' (2017), in E. Martellozzo & E.A. Jane (Eds.), Cybercrime and its victims (Chapter 8). Oxon, New York: Routledge
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Haritaworn, J., 'What’s love got to do with it? Queer lovers, hateful Others and decolonial love' (2017), in K. Fereidooni & M. El (Eds.), Rassismuskritik und Widerstandsformen (pp. 81-89). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
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Harlow, C. W., 'Hate crime reported by victims and police' (2005), (NCJ 209911), U.S. Department of Justice
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Harris, B., 'Race vilification laws: A comparative perspective' (1999), Canberra Law Review, 6(1-2), pp.257-300
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Harris, C., Rowbotham, J. & Stevenson, K., 'Truth, law and hate in the virtual marketplace of ideas: perspectives on the regulation of Internet content' (2009), Information & Communications Technology Law, 18(2), pp.155-184
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Harris, M.B., Harris, R.J. & Bochner, S., 'Fat, four-eyed, and female: Stereotypes of obesity, glasses, and gender' (1982), Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 12(6), pp.503-516
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Harris, O.O. & Jarrett, S., 'Beyond homophobia: How do Jamaican men who have sex with men build communities, affirm identity, and mitigate homophobia?' (2018), Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care [online]
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Harrison, J., 'Truth, civility and religious battlegrounds: The contest between religious vilification laws and freedom of expression' (2006), Auckland University Law Review, 12, pp.71-96
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Harry, J., 'Conceptualizing antigay violence' (1992), Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

Harvard Law Review, 'Penalty enhancement does not punish free speech or thoughts' (1996), in B. Leone & P. A. Winters (Eds.), Hate crimes (pp. 121-129), San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press

Harvey, A., 'Regulating homophobic hate speech: Back to basics about language and politics?' (2012), Sexualities, 15(2), pp.191-206
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Harvey, S., Mitchell, M., Keeble, J., McNaughton Nicholls, C. & Rahim, N., 'Barriers faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in accessing domestic abuse, stalking and harassment and sexual violence services' (2014), National Centre for Social Research on behalf of the Welsh Government. Ref number 48/2014
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Hassan, K., 'Hate Speech im Rechts-Rap. Analyse eines rassistischen Phänomens' (2016), in Fereidooni, K. & El, M., Rassismuskritik und Widerstandsformen (pp.673-687). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
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Hassan, O., 'Trump, Islamophobia and US–Middle East relations' (2017), Critical Studies on Security [online], pp.1-5
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Hatakka, N., 'Expose, debunk, ridicule, resist! Networked civic monitoring of populist radical right online action in Finland' (2019), Information, Communication & Society [online]
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Hatano, A., 'Can Strategic Human Rights Litigation Complement Social Movements? A Case Study of the Movement Against Racism and Hate Speech in Japan' (2019), University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review, 14(2), 228-274
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Hatzenbuehler, M.L., Bellatorre, A., Lee, Y., Finch, B.K., Muennig, P. & Fiscella, K., 'Structural stigma and all-cause mortality in sexual minority populations ' (2014), Social Science and Medicine, 103, pp.33-41
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Hatzenbuehler, M.L., Duncan, D. & Johnson, R., 'Neighborhood-level LGBT hate crimes and bullying among sexual minority youths: A geospatial analysis' (2015), Violence and Victims, 30(4), pp.663-675

Hatzenbuehler, M.L., Keyes, K.M. & Hasin, D.S., 'Associations between perceived weight discrimination and the prevalence of psychiatric disorders in the general population' (2009), Obesity, 17(11), pp.2033-2039
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Hawdon, J., Oksanen, A. & Räsänen, P., 'Exposure to online hate in four nations: A cross-national consideration' (2017), Deviant Behavior, 38(3), pp.254-266
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Hayden-Wade, H.A., Stein, R.I., Ghaderi, A., Saelens, B.E., Zabinski, M.F. & Wilfley, D.E., 'Prevalence, characteristics, and correlates of teasing experiences among overweight children vs. non-overweight peers' (2005), Obesity Research, 13(6), pp.1381-1392
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Hayes, B.E., Mills, C.E., Freilich, J.D. & Chermak, S.M., 'Are honor killings unique? A comparison of honor killings, domestic violence homicides, and hate homicides by far-right extremists' (2018), Homicide Studies, 22(1), pp.70-93
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'The disappearing of hate crime in the Irish criminal justice process' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.17-44). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'LGB and T? The specificity of anti-transgender hate crime' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.111-136). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'Protecting commonly targeted groups in the context of ‘new politics’: the case of Ireland' (2019), Crime, Law and Social Change, 71(3), pp 307–324
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'STAD: Stop Transphobia and Discrimination Report 2014-2016' (2017)
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'Life cycle of a hate crime – Country report for Ireland' (2017), Dublin: Irish Council for Civil Liberties
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'Internationalizing hate crime and the problem of the intractable state: The case for Ireland' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.157-173), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Haynes, A., Schweppe, J., & Taylor, S., 'Critical perspectives on hate crime: Contributions from the island of Ireland' (2017), London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Hazeldine, I., 'Aspects of racism in the Australian context: Issues of definition and action' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), p.149

Healy, J.C., '‘It spreads like a creeping disease’: experiences of victims of disability hate crimes in austerity’' (2019), Disability & Society [online]
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Heard, C., 'The law on hate crime' (2013), Journal of Adult Protection, 15(3), pp.164-166
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Heath Wellman, C., 'A defense of stiffer penalties for hate crimes' (2006), Hypatia, 21(2), pp.62-80
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Hein, L.C. & Scharer, K.M., 'Who cares if it is a hate crime? Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender hate crimes – Mental health implications and interventions' (2013), Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 49(2), pp.84-93
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Heinze, E., 'Towards a legal concept of hatred: Democracy, ontology, and the limits of deconstruction' (2015), in T. Brudholm & B. Schepelern Johansen (Eds), Hate, politics, law: Critical perspectives on combating hate (Chapter 5). New York, NY: Oxford University Press

Heinze, E., 'Cumulative jurisprudence and human rights: The example of sexual minorities and hate speech' (2009), The International Journal of Human Rights, 13(2-3), pp.193-209
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