Publications: M

Mason-Bish, H., 'Creating ideal victims in hate crime policy' (2018), in M. Duggan (Ed.), Revisiting the 'ideal victim': Developments in critical victimology (pp.43-62). Bristol: Policy Press.
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Mason-Bish, H. & Zempi, I., 'Misogyny, racism, and Islamophobia: Street harassment at the intersections' (2018), Feminist Criminology [online], pp.1-20
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Masucci, M. & Langton, L., 'Hate crime victimization, 2004-2015' (2017), Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics
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Matas, D., 'The Extreme Right in the United Kingdom and France' (1997), in A. Braun (Ed.) The Extreme Right: Freedom and Security at Risk (pp. 84-106). Abingdon & New York: Routledge
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Matassa, M. & Newburn, T., 'Policing hate crime' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.42-43
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Mathew, B., Dutt, R., Goyal, P. & Mukherjee, A., 'Spread of Hate Speech in Online Social Media' (2019), WebSci 2019 - Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Web Science, pp. 173-182
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Mathew, B., Kumar, N., Goyal, P. & Mukherjee, A., '‘Interaction Dynamics Between Hate and Counter Users on Twitter' (2020), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, pp. 116-124
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Mathew, B., Saha, P., Tharad, H., Rajgaria, S., Singhania, P., Maity, S. K., Goyal, P., & Mukherjee, A., 'Thou Shalt Not Hate: Countering Online Hate Speech' (2019), Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Web and Social Media, ICWSM 2019, pp. 369-380
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Mathis, S., 'Motive, action, and confusions in the debate over hate crime legislation' (2018), Criminal Justice Ethics [online], pp.1-20
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Mattsson, C., 'Lost in Translation–a Case Study of a Public Debate on Freedom of Expression and a Neo-Nazi Rally' (2019), Social Identities [online]
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Mattsson, C. & Johansson, T., 'Leaving Hate Behind – Neo-Nazis, Significant Others and Disengagement' (2019), Journal for Deradicalization, (18), pp. 185-216
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Mawby, R.C. & Zempi, I., 'Police officers’ experiences as victims of hate crime' (2018), Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management [online]
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May, L. & Strikwerda, R., 'Men in groups: Collective responsibility for rape' (1994), Hypatia, 9(2), pp.134-151
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Mayer, N. & Druez, E., 'Antisemitism and immigration in Western Europe today: Is there a connection? The case of France' (2018), Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future (EVZ), Berlin & Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism, University of London
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Mayers, L., 'Globalised imaginaries of love and hate: Immutability, violence, and LGBT Human Rights' (2018), Feminist Legal Studies [online]
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Mayor of London: Office for Policing and Crime, 'A hate crime reduction strategy for London, 2014-2017' (2014), Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime: Hate Crime Reduction Strategy.
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McBride, M., 'The Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 – Assessing the case for repeal' (2017), The Edinburgh Law Review, 21, pp.234-239
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McCaffery, P., 'Why do hate crime victims report?' (2013), Saarbrücken, Germany: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing

McCall, P.L. & Parker, K.F., 'A dynamic model of racial competition, racial inequality, and interracial violence' (2005), Sociological Inquiry, 75(2), pp.273–293
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McCann, C.J.J., 'The Prevent Strategy and Right-Wing Extremism: A Case Study of the English Defence League' (2019), London: Routledge
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McCann, W.S &, Pimley, N., 'Eliminating Extremism: A Legal Analysis of Hate Crime and Terrorism Laws in the United States' (2019), Terrorism and Political Violence [online]
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McCarthy, M., '‘What kind of abuse is him spitting in my food?’: Reflections on the similarities between disability hate crime, so-called ‘mate’ crime and domestic violence against women with intellectual disabilities' (2017), Disability & Society [online], pp.1-6
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McCormack, L.A., Laska, M.N., Gray, C., Veblen-Mortenson, S., Barr-Anderson, D. & Story, M., 'Weight-related teasing in a racially diverse sample of sixth-grade children' (2011), Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 111(3), pp.431-436
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McCormack, M. & Anderson, E., '‘It’s just not acceptable any more’: The erosion of homophobia and the softening of masculinity at an English Sixth Form ' (2010), Sociology, 44(5), pp.843-859
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McCutcheon, A., 'Law and multiculturalism: Victorian initiatives' (1991), Greta Bird, Law in a Multicultural Australia (1991) 17

McDermott, E., Roen, K. & Piela, A., 'Explaining self-harm: Youth cybertalk and marginalized sexualities and genders' (2015), Youth and Society, 47(6), pp.873-889
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McDevitt, J. & Iwama, J.A., 'Challenges in measuring and understanding hate crime' (2016), in T.S. Bynum & B.M. Huebner (Eds.), The handbook of measurement issues in criminology and criminal justice, pp.131-159
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McDevitt, J. & Williamson, J., 'Hate crimes directed at gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered victims' (2003), International Handbook of Violence Research, pp.801-815
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McDevitt, J., Balboni, J., Garcia, L., & Gu, J. , 'Consequences for victims: A comparison of bias- and non-bias-motivated assaults' (2001), American Behavioral Scientist, 45(4), pp.697-713
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McDevitt, J., Levin, J. & Bennett, S., 'Hate crime offenders' (2010), in Chakraborti, N. (ed.) (2010) Hate Crime: Concepts, policy, future directions, Devon: Willan Publishing

McDevitt, J., Levin, J. & Bennett, S., 'Hate crime offenders: An expanded typology' (2002), Journal of Social Issues, 58(2), pp.303-317
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McDonald, D., 'The politics of hate crime: Neoliberal vigilance, vigilantism and the question of paedophilia' (2014), International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3(1), pp.68-80
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McDonald, W.F., 'Anti-immigrant hate crime' (2018), In W.F. McDonald (Ed.), The Criminal Victimization of Immigrants (pp.55-73). Palgrave Studies in Victims and Victimology. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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McDonald, W.F., 'The criminal victimization of immigrants: A meta survey' (2018), In W.F. McDonald (Ed.), The Criminal Victimization of Immigrants (pp.29-45). Palgrave Studies in Victims and Victimology. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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McDonald, W.F., 'The immigrant as victim: The minimal research' (2018), In W.F. McDonald (Ed.), The Criminal Victimization of Immigrants (pp.1-10). Palgrave Studies in Victims and Victimology. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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McDonald, E., 'No straight answer: Homophobia as both an aggravating factor in New Zealand in homicide cases' (2006), Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 37(2), pp.223-248
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McDuie-Ra, D., '‘Bangalore: An inconvenient truth’: Hate crime and the exodus' (2015), in Debating Race in Contemporary India (pp. 32-55). London: Palgrave Macmillan UK
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Mcelreath, D.H., Etter, G.W., Doss, D.A., Mcelreath, L.S. & Lindsley, A.M., 'The Ku Klux Klan Today in Mississippi: Invisible or Insignificant?' (2019), Journal of Gang Research, 26(4), pp. 1-12
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McGarry, A., 'The dilemma of the European Union’s Roma policy' (2012), Critical Social Policy, 32(1), pp.126-136
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McGhee, D., 'From hate to ‘prevent’: Community safety and counter-terrorism' (2010), in Chakraborti, N. (ed.) (2010) Hate Crime: Concepts, policy, future directions, Devon: Willan Publishing

McGhee, D., 'Joined-up government, “community safety” and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender “active citizens”' (2003), Critical Social Policy, 23(3), pp.345-374
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McGhee, D., 'The challenge of working with racially motivated offenders: An exercise in ambivalence?' (2007), Probation Journal, 54(3), pp.213-226
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McGhee, D., 'Intolerant Britain?: Hate, citizenship and difference' (2005), Maidenhad: Open University Press

McGowan, J. & Elliott, K., 'Targeted Violence Perpetrated Against Women With Disability by Neighbours and Community Members' (2019), Women's Studies International Forum, 76, 102270
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McGuire, K. & Salter, M., 'Legal responses to religious hate crime: Identifying critical issues' (2014), King's Law Journal, 25(1), pp.159-184
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McIlroy-Young, R., Anderson, A., 'From “Welcome New Gabbers” to the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting: The Evolution of Gab' (2019), Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Web and Social Media, ICWSM 2019, pp. 651-654
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McKay, T., Lindquist, C.H. & Misra, S., 'Understanding (and acting on) 20 years of research on violence and LGBTQ + communities' (2017), Trauma, Violence, & Abuse [online], pp.1-14
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McKee, R., 'Love thy neighbour? Exploring prejudice against ethnic minority groups in a divided society: The case of Northern Ireland' (2016), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(5), pp.777-796
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McKinney, S.J., 'The need for dialogue in the strategies to combat Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in contemporary Scotland' (2017), in R. Race (Eds) Advancing Multicultural Dialogues in Education (pp.177-194). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Mclaughlin, E., 'Rocks and hard places: The politics of hate crime' (2002), Theoretical Criminology, 6(4), pp.493-498
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