Publications: P

Perry, J. & Franey, P., 'Policing hate crime against LGBTI persons: Training for a professional police response' (2017), Strasbourg Cedex, France: Council of Europe
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Perry, J. & O’Curry, S., 'Facing all the Facts: Connecting on Hate Crime Data in Ireland' (2019), Facing all the Facts Project Report (Ireland)
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Perry, J., Dombos, T. & Kozáry, A., 'Facing all the Facts: Connecting on Hate Crime Data in Hungary' (2019), Facing all the Facts Project Report (Hungary)
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Perry-Kessaris, A. & Perry, J., 'Enhancing Participatory Strategies with Designerly Ways for Sociolegal Impact: Lessons from Research Aimed at Making Hate Crime Visible' (2020), Social and Legal Studies [online]
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Peter, T., Taylor, C. & Chamberland, L., 'A queer day in Canada: Examining Canadian high school students’ experiences with school-based homophobia in two large-scale studies' (2015), Journal of Homosexuality, 62(2), pp.186-206
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Peters, M.A., 'Limiting the capacity for hate: Hate speech, hate groups and the philosophy of hate' (2020), Educational Philosophy and Theory [online]
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Peters, C. & Allan, S., 'Weaponizing Memes: The Journalistic Mediation of Visual Politicization' (2021), Digital Journalism [online]
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Petoussi-Douli, V., 'Greece' (2008), in J. Winterdyk & G. Antonopoulos (Eds.), Racist victimization: International reflections and perspectives (pp.139-168). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Petrosino, C., 'In the crosshairs of the White Nationalist Movement: Is Bridgewater State ready?' (2017), Bridgewater Review, 36(2), pp.4-8
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Petrosino, C., 'Connecting the past to the future: Hate crime in America' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15, pp.22-47
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Petrosino, C. & Pace, J., 'Social cohesion, collective efficacy, and the response of a Cape Verdean community to hate crime: Learning a new reality' (2015), American Behavioral Scientist, 59(13), pp.1681-1697
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Pettersson, K., 'Freedom of speech requires actions: Exploring the discourse of politicians convicted of hate‐speech against Muslims' (2019), European Journal of Social Psychology [online]
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Pettersson, K., Liebkind, K. & Sakki, I., '‘You who are an immigrant – why are you in the Sweden Democrats?’' (2016), Discourse & Society, 27(6), pp.624-641
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Peucker, M., 'Islamophobia and stigmatising discourses: A driving force for Muslim active citizenship?' (2019), in J. Esposito & D. Iner (Eds). Islamophobia and Radicalization (pp.245-264). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Pezzella, F.S., 'The case for hate crime statutes-putative uniqueness of injuries' (2017), in Public policy and law enforcement dilemma (pp. 29-34). Cham: Springer International Publishing
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Pezzella, F.S., 'Offenders, victims, and situational characteristics of the hate crime incident' (2017), in Public policy and law enforcement dilemma (pp. 29-34). Cham: Springer International Publishing
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Pezzella, F.S., 'Legislative Responses to Hate Crimes' (2017), in Public policy and law enforcement dilemma (pp. 45-51). Cham: Springer International Publishing
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Pezzella, F.S., 'The legacy of hate crimes in American history' (2017), in Public policy and law enforcement dilemma (pp. 13-27). Cham: Springer International Publishing
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Pezzella, F.S., 'Constitutional and public policy issues' (2017), in Public policy and law enforcement dilemma (pp. 53-63). Cham: Springer International Publishing
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Pezzella, F.S., 'The law enforcement and prosecution dilemma' (2017), in Public policy and law enforcement dilemma (pp. 65-75). Cham: Springer International Publishing
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Pezzella, F.S. & Fetzer, M.D., 'The likelihood of injury among bias crimes: An analysis of general and specific bias types' (2017), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 32(5), pp.703-729
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Pezzella, F.S. & Fetzer, M.D., 'The likelihood of injury among bias crimes: An analysis of general and specific bias types' (2015), Journal of Interpersonal Violence [online], pp. 1-27
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Pezzella, F.S., Fetzer, M.D., & Keller, T., 'The Dark Figure of Hate Crime Underreporting' (2019), American Behavioral Scientist [online]
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Pham, Q.H., Anh Nguyen, V., Doan, L.B., Tran, N.N. & Thanh, T.M., 'From Universal Language Model to Downstream Task: Improving RoBERTa-Based Vietnamese Hate Speech Detection' (2020), Proceedings - 2020 12th International Conference on Knowledge and Systems Engineering, KSE 2020, 9287406, pp. 37-42
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Phillips, N.D., 'The prosecution of hate crimes: The limitations of the hate crime typology' (2009), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(5), pp.883-905
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Phillips, O., 'Blackmail in Zimbabwe: Troubling narratives of sexuality and human rights' (2009), The International Journal of Human Rights, 13(2-3), pp.345-364
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Phillips, C., 'The re-emergence of the ‘Black Spectre’: Minority professional associations in the post-Macpherson era' (2007), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30(3), pp.375-396
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Phillips, C., 'The trouble with culture: A speculative account of the role of gypsy/traveller cultures in “doorstep fraud”' (2019), Theoretical Criminology, 23(3), pp. 333-354
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Phillips, S. & Grattet, R., 'Judicial rhetoric, meaning-making, and the institutionalization of hate crime law' (2000), Law and Society Review, 34(3), pp.567-606
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Piasecki, A., 'Labeling and framing: Understanding responses to terrorism and the far-right' (2018), Political Science Undergraduate Review, 3(1), pp.68-76
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Piatkowska, S.J. & Hövermann, A., 'A culture of hostility and crime motivated by bias: A cross-national multilevel analysis of structural influences' (2018), International Criminal Justice Review [online], pp.1-27
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Piatkowska, S.J. & Lantz, B., 'Temporal Clustering of Hate Crimes in the Aftermath of the Brexit Vote and Terrorist Attacks: A Comparison of Scotland and England and Wales' (2021), British Journal of Criminology, 61(3), pp. 648-669
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Piatkowska, S.J. & Messner, S.F., 'Group Threat, Same-Sex Marriage, and Hate Crime Based on Sexual Orientation' (2020), Justice Quarterly [online]
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Piatkowska, S.J., Messner, S.F. & Yang, T., 'Xenophobic and racially motivated crime in Belgium: Exploratory spatial data analysis and spatial regressions of structural covariates' (2018), Deviant Behavior [online], pp. 1-21
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Piatkowska, S.J., Messner, S.F. & Yang, T.-C., 'Understanding the relationship between relative group size and hate crime rates: Linking methods with concepts' (2018), Justice Quarterly [online]
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Piatkowska, S.J., Messner, S.F., Hövermann, A., 'Black Out-Group Marriages and Hate Crime Rates: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of U.S. Metropolitan Areas' (2019), Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency [online]
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Piazza, J.A., 'Politician Hate Speech and Domestic Terrorism' (2020), International Interactions [online]
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Pickles, J., 'Contamination of overt data with covert data' (2017), Research Ethics [online], p.1-3
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Pickles, J., 'Designing Hate Crime Reporting Devices: An Exploration of Young LGBT+ People’s Report Needs' (2019), Journal of LGBT Youth [online]
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Pickles, J., 'LGBT hate crime: Promoting a queer agenda for hate crime scholarship' (2019), Journal of Hate Studies, 15(1), pp. 39-61
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Pickles, J., 'Sociality of hate: The transmission of victimization of LGBT+ people through social media' (2020), International Review of Victimology [online]
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Pickles, J., 'Supporting LGBT+ People Experiencing Hate: Perspectives from LGBT+ Youth and Community Workers' (2021), Sociological Research Online [online]
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Pickles, J., 'Including and involving young people (under 18’s) in hate research without the consent of parents' (2019), Qualitative Research [online]
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Pickles, J., 'Policing hate and bridging communities: a qualitative evaluation of relations between LGBT+ people and the police within the North East of England' (2019), Policing and Society
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Pieterse, T, Stratford, V. & Nel, J.A., 'Relationship Between Symbolic Violence and Overt Violence in Hate Incidents in South Africa' (2018), African Safety Promotion: A Journal of Injury and Violence Prevention, 16(2), 31-43
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Piggott, L., 'Prosecuting disability hate crime: A disabling solution?' (2011), People, Place and Policy Online, 5(1), pp.25-34
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Pilkington, H., 'Why Should We Care What Extremists Think? The Contribution of Emic Perspectives to Understanding the “right-wing extremist” Mind-Set' (2021), Journal of Contemporary Ethnography [online]
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Pinderhughes, H., 'The anatomy of racially motivated violence in New York City: A case study of youth in Southern Brooklyn' (1993), Social Problems, 40(4), pp.478-492
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Pingitore, R., Dugoni, B.L., Tindale, R.S. & Spring, B., 'Bias against overweight job applicants in a simulated employment interview' (1994), Journal of Applied Psychology, 79(6), pp.909-917
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Pintak, L., Bowe, B.J. & Albright, J., 'Influencers, Amplifiers, and Icons: A Systematic Approach to Understanding the Roles of Islamophobic Actors on Twitter' (2021), Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly [online]
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