Publications

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Ashraf, A. & Nassar, S., 'American Muslims and vicarious trauma: An explanatory concurrent mixed-methods study' (2018), American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(5), pp.516-528
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Ashworth, A., 'Hate crime' (2013), The Criminal Law Review, 9, pp.709-710
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Aslan, A., 'Online hate discourse: A study on hatred speech directed against Syrian refugees on YouTube' (2017), Journal of Media Critiques, 3(12), pp.227-256
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Asquith, N., 'Verbal and textual hostility in context' (2010), in Chakraborti, N. (ed.) (2010) Hate Crime: Concepts, policy, future directions, Devon: Willan Publishing

Asquith, N. L., 'A governance of denial: Hate crime in Australia and New Zealand' (2014), in N. Hall, A. Corb, P. Giannasi & J. G. D. Grieve (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook on Hate Crime, pp.174-189
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Asquith, N., 'Responding to heterosexist hate: A gender critique of coalitionist strategies in NSW' (2001), Women Against Violence, 11(43)
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Asquith, N., 'In terrorem: “With their tanks and their bombs, and their bombs and their guns, in your head”' (2004), Journal of Sociology, 40(4), pp.400-416
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Asquith, N., 'Race riots on the beach: A case for criminalising hate speech?' (2008), Paper presented at the British Criminology Conference, Huddersfield.
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Asquith, N., 'The harms of verbal and textual hatred' (2009), in Perry, B. (ed.), Hate crimes: The consequences of hate crime Volume 2. Praeger Publishers.

Asquith, N. & Grant, B., 'A profile of the lesbian and gay anti-violence project' (1995)

Asquith, N.L. & Fox, C.A., 'No place like home: Intrafamilial hate crime against gay men and lesbians' (2016), in Ball, M., Crofts, T. & Dwyer, A. (eds.) Queering Criminology, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.163-182
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Assimakopoulos, S. & Muskat, R.V., 'Xenophobic and homophobic attitudes in online news portal comments in Malta' (2018), Xjenza Online, 6, pp.25-40
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Assimakopoulos, S., Baider, F.H. & Millar, S., 'Online hate speech in the European Union: A discourse-analytic perspective' (2017), Cham, Switzerland: Springer
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Ata, R.N. & Thompson, J.K., 'Weight bias in the media: A review of recent research' (2010), Obesity Facts, 3(1), pp.41-46
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Atkinson, H., Bardgett, S., Budd, A., Finn, M., Kissane, C., Qureshi, S., Saha, J., Siblon, J. & Sivasundaram, S., 'Race, ethnicity & equality in UK history: A report and resource for change' (2018), London: University College London, The Royal Historical Society
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Atkinson-Phillips, A., 'Commemorating a rape: Mary’s Place 1997 and 2010' (2018), Outskirts: Feminisms along the edge, 38, pp.1-17
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Ault, A., 'When it happens to men, it’s “hate” and “a crime”' (1997), Journal of Poverty, 1(1), pp.49-63
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Awan, I., 'Islamophobia and twitter: A typology of online hate against muslims on social media' (2014), Policy and Internet, 6(2), pp.133-150
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Awan, I. & Issa, I., '‘Certainly the Muslim is the very devil incarnation’: Islamophobia and The Merchant of Venice' (2018), The Muslim World, 108(3), pp.367-386
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Awan, I. & Rahman, M., 'Portrayal of Muslims following the murders of Lee Rigby in Woolwich and Mohammed Saleem in Birmingham: A content analysis of UK newspapers' (2016), Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, pp.1-16
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Awan, I. & Zempi, I., '‘I will blow your face off’ – Virtual and physical world anti-Muslim hate crime' (2017), British Journal of Criminology, 57(2), pp.362-380
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Awan, I. & Zempi, I., 'The affinity between online and offline anti-Muslim hate crime: Dynamics and impacts' (2016), Aggression and Violent Behavior, 27, pp.1-8
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Awan, I. and Zempi, I., 'You all look the same’: Non-Muslim men who suffer Islamophobic hate crime in the post-Brexit era' (2018), European Journal of Criminology, pp.1–18 [online]
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Axelson, R., 'State-sponsored hatred and persecution on the grounds of sexual orientation: The role of international criminal law' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.277-293), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Baas, M., 'Curry bashing: Racism, violence and alien space invaders' (2009), Economic & Political Weekly, 44(34), pp.37-42
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Babacan, H., Pyke, J., Bhathal, A., Gil, G.K., Grossman, M. & Bertone, S., 'The community safety of international students in Melbourne: A scoping study' (2010), Institute for Community, Ethnicity and Policy Alternatives (ICEPA), Victoria University.
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Bachmann, C. & Gooch, B., 'LGBT in Britain: Hate crime and discrimination' (2017), Stonewall & YouGov
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Badar, M. E., 'The road to genocide: The propaganda machine of the self-declared Islamic State (IS)' (2016), International Criminal Law Review, 16(3), pp.361–411
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Baehr, A.R., 'A feminist liberal approach to hate crime legislation' (2003), Journal of Social Philosophy, 34(1), pp.134-152
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Baider, F., '‘Go to hell fucking faggots, may you die!’ framing the LGBT subject in online comments' (2018), Lodz Papers in Pragmatics 14(1), pp.69–92
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Baider, F., 'Thinking globally, acting locally: Analyzing the adaptation of mainstream supremacist concepts to a local socio-historical context (ELAM in Cyprus)' (2017), Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 5(2), pp.178-204
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Baider, F., '‘Double speech act: Negotiating inter-cultural beliefs and intra-cultural hate speech’' (2019), Journal of Pragmatics [online]

Baider, F. & Kopytowska, M., 'Narrating hostility, challenging hostile narratives' (2018), Lodz Papers in Pragmatics 14(1), pp.1-24
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Baider, F. & Kopytowska, M., 'Conceptualising the Other: Online discourses on the current refugee crisis in Cyprus and in Poland' (2017), Lodz Papers in Pragmatics, 13(2), pp.203-233
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Baird, B., 'Putting police on notice: A South Australian case study' (1997), in Mason, G. & Tomsen, S. (eds.), Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.

Baird, R., 'The reporting of hate crime' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.28-29
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Baird, B., Mason, K. & Purcell, I., 'The police and you: A report of a survey of the experiences of lesbians and gay men with the South Australian Police conducted' (1994), 1993 by Lesbian and Gay Community Action

Baird, B., Mason, K. &Purcell, I., 'Lesbians, gay men and the police in South Australia: Strategies for change' (1994), (Paper presented at the 8th International Symposium on Victimology, Adelaide, 21-26 August 1994)

Bakali, N., 'Employing a critical race curriculum to challenge dominant discourses in Quebec Educational Curricula' (2017), Religion & Education [online]
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Bakalis, C., 'Legislating against hatred: The Law Commission’s report on hate crime' (2015), The Criminal Law Review, 3, pp.192-207
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Bakalis, C., 'The victims of hate crime and the principles of the criminal law' (2017), Legal Studies [online], p.1-21
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Bakalis, C., 'Rethinking cyberhate laws' (2017), Information and Communications Technology Law [online], pp. 1-25
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Bakalis, C., 'Regulating hate crime in the digital age' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.263-276), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Bakalis, C. & Lloyd, C., 'Dangerous speech and images: Regulating the internet' (2018), Information & Communications Technology Law, 27(1), pp.1-3
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Bakken, T., 'Liberty and equality through freedom of expression: The human rights questions behind ‘hate crime’ laws' (2000), The International Journal of Human Rights, 4(2), pp.1-12
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Balboni, J. M. & McDevitt, J., 'Hate crime reporting: Understanding police officer perceptions, departmental protocol, and the role of the victim: Is there such a thing as a “love” crime?' (2001), Justice Research and Policy, 3(1), pp.1-27
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Balderston, S., 'Victimized again? Intersectionality and injustice in disabled women’s lives after hate crime and rape' (2013), Advances in Gender Research, 18, pp.17-51
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Balderston, S. & Roebuck, E., 'Empowering people to tackle hate crime: Trans women and disabled people working together with victim services in North East England' (2010), Equality and Human Rights Commission, Gay Advice Darlington and Durham Victim Support & Vision Sense.
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Bales, W.D. & Piquero, A.R., 'Racial/ethnic differentials in sentencing to incarceration' (2012), Justice Quarterly, 29(5), pp.742-773
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Balestrery, J.E., 'Learning about a child’s gay or lesbian sexual orientation: Parental concerns about societal rejection, loss of loved ones, and child well being' (2012), Journal of Homosexuality, 59(5), pp.633-655
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