Publications: LGBTQI hate crime

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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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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

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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Henry, T.K., Hayes, B.E., Freilich, J.D. & Chermak, S., 'Comparison of honor killings to anti-LGBTQ homicides' (2018), Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research [online], pp.1-12
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Herek, G.M., 'Documenting hate crimes in the United States: Some considerations on data sources' (2017), Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 4(2), pp.143-151
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Herek, G. M., 'The context of anti-gay violence: Notes on cultural and psychological heterosexism' (1990), Journal of Interpersonal violence, 5(3), pp.316-333
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Herek, G.M., 'Hate crimes and stigma-related experiences among sexual minority adults in the United States: Prevalence estimates from a national probability sample' (2009), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(1), pp.54-74
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Herek, G.M., 'The social context of hate crimes: Notes on cultural heterosexism' (1992), Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

Herek, G.M., 'Psychological heterosexism and antigay violence: The social psychology of bigotry and bashing' (1992), Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

Herek, G.M., 'Hate crimes against lesbians and gay men: Issues for research and policy' (1989), American Psychologist, 44(6), pp.948-955
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Herek, G. M., Cogan, J. C., & Gillis, J. R., 'Victim experiences in hate crimes based on sexual orientation' (2002), Journal of Social Issues, 58(2), pp.319-339
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Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate crimes: Confronting violence against lesbians and gay men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

Herek, G.M., Gillis, J.R. & Cogan, J.C., 'Internalized stigma among sexual minority adults: Insights from a social psychological perspective' (2009), Journal of Counseling Psychology, 56(1), pp.32-43
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Herek, G.M., Gillis, J.R., & Cogan, J.C. , 'Psychological sequelae of hate-crime victimization among lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults' (1999), Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 67(6), pp.945-951
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Herek, G.M., Gillis, J.R., Cogan, J.C., & Glunt, E.K., 'Hate crime victimization among lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults: Prevalence, psychological correlates, and methodological issues' (1997), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 12(2), pp.195-215
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Herlihy, J.M, 'Reducing violence, crime and fear of crime in gay and lesbian communities' (1995), in Grabosky, P. & James, M. (eds.) The Promise of Crime Prevention: Leading Crime Prevention Programs

Hill, L., 'Parliamentary privilege and homosexual vilification' (2007), in Gelber, K. & Stone, A. (eds.) Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia. The Federation Press.

Hill, J.M., 'The effects of sexual orientation in the courtroom: A double standard' (2008), Journal of Homosexuality, 39(2), pp.93-111
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Hines, S., 'Transforming gender: Transgender practices of identity, intimacy and care' (2007), Bristol: The Policy Press

Hoffarth, M.R. & Hodson, G., 'Is subjective ambivalence toward gays a modern form of bias?' (2014), Personality and Individual Differences, 69(Oct), pp.75-80
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Holland-Muter, S., 'Outside the safety zone: An agenda for research on gender-based violence targeting lesbian and bisexual women in South Africa' (2012), Braamfontein: MaThoko’s Books.
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Hood, J.C. & Rollins, S. , 'Some didn’t call it hate: Multiple accounts of the Zimmerman library incident' (1995), Violence Against Women,1(3), pp.228-240
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Hoskin, R.A., '“Femininity? It’s the Aesthetic of Subordination”: Examining Femmephobia, the Gender Binary, and Experiences of Oppression Among Sexual and Gender Minorities' (2020), Archives of Sexual Behavior [online]
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Howe, A., 'More folk provoke their own demise: Homophobic violence and sexed excuses: Rejoining the provocation law debate, courtesy of the homosexual advance defence' (1997), Sydney Law Review, 19(3), pp.336-365
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Hunter, J., 'Violence against lesbian and gay male youths' (1992), Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

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Iganski, P., 'Understanding the needs of persons who experience homophobic or transphobic violence or harassment: The impact of hate crime' (2016), Warsaw: Campaign Against Homophobia
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Iganski, P., 'Potrzeby osób pokrzywdzonych homofobiczną lub transfobiczną przemocą – Wpływ przestępstw z nienawiści' (2016), Warszawa: Kampania Przeciw Homofobii
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Iganski, P. & Levin, J., 'Hate crime: A global perspective' (2015), New York: Routledge.

Irwin, J., Gregoric, M. & Winter, B., 'Violence against homeless young lesbians' (1997), in Mason, G. & Tomsen, S. (eds.) Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.

Iudici, A. & Verdecchia, M., 'Homophobic labeling in the process of identity construction' (2015), Sexuality and Culture
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Jackle, S. & Wenzelburger, G., 'Religion, religiosity, and the attitudes toward homosexuality – A multilevel analysis of 79 countries' (2015), Journal of Homosexuality, 62(2), pp.207-241
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Jackson, L.D., 'Big lie, small world: What E. Lynn Harris wanted readers to understand about the struggle for African American, homosexual males seeking to attain the American Dream' (2012), Journal of Homosexuality, 59(8), pp.1095-1112
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Jackson, S.D., '“Connection is the antidote”: Psychological distress, emotional processing, and virtual community building among LGBTQ students after the Orlando shooting' (2017), Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 4(2), pp.160-168.
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Jarman, N. & Tennant, A., 'An acceptable prejudice? Homophobic violence and harassment in Northern Ireland, Belfast' (2003), Institute for Conflict Research.

Jartyś, J., 'The work of the Campaign Against Homophobia for the social LGBT movement in Poland' (2017), Acta Politica Polonica, 40(2), pp.33-41
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Jauk, D., 'Gender violence revisited: Lessons from violent victimization of transgender identified individuals' (2013), Sexualities, 16(7), pp.807-825
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Javaid, A., 'The Haunting of Hate: Rape as a Form of Hate Crime' (2019), Sexuality and Culture [online]
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Javaid, A., '‘The penis is a weapon of power’: A feminist and hate crime interpretation of male sexual victimisation' (2017), International Journal for Masculinity Studies [online], pp.1-18
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Johnson, P. & Falcetta, S., 'Sexual orientation discrimination and article 3 of the European convention on human rights: Developing the protection of sexual minorities' (2018), European Law Review, 43(2), pp. 167-185
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Johnson, S.D. & Byers, B.D., 'Attitudes toward hate crime laws' (2003), Journal of Criminal Justice, 31(3), pp.227-235
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Johnston, P., '“More than ordinary men gone wrong”: Can the law know the gay subject?' (1996), Melbourne University Law Review, 20(4), pp.1152-1191
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Jovanović, S.M., 'The Dveri Movement through a Discursive Lens: Serbia’s Contemporary Right-Wing Nationalism' (2018), Sudosteuropa, 66(4), pp. 481-502
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Jovčić-Sas, N., 'The tradition of homophobia: Responses to same-sex relationships in Serbian Orthodoxy from the nineteenth century to the present day' (2018), in M. Chapman & D. Janes (eds), New Approaches in History and Theology to Same-Sex Love and Desire. Genders and Sexualities in History. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Juárez-Chávez, E., Cooney, E.E., Hidalgo, A., Sánchez, J. & Poteat, T., 'Violence experiences in childhood and adolescence among gay men and transgender women living in Perú: A qualitative exploration' (2018), Journal of Interpersonal Violence [online], pp.1-21
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Kahle, L., 'Are sexual minorities more at risk? Bullying victimization among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and questioning youth' (2017), Journal of Interpersonal Violence [online]. pp.1-19
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Kane, M.D., 'Finding “safe” campuses: Predicting the presence of LGBT student groups at North Carolina Colleges and Universities' (2013), Journal of Homosexuality, 60(6), pp.828-852
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Kaplan, M.B., 'Hate crime and the privatization of political responsibility: Protecting queer citizens in the United States?' (2008), Liverpool Law Review, 29(1), pp.37-50
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Kearl, M.K., '“Is gay the new Black?”: An intersectional perspective on social movement rhetoric in California’s Proposition 8 debate' (2015), Communication and Critical/ Cultural Studies, 12(1), pp.63-82
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Kelley, P. & Paterson, S., 'Filling in the blanks: LGBT hate crime in London' (2009), Galop.
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