Publications: Criminal justice responses to hate crime

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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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Home Office, 'Action against hate: The UK Government’s plan for tackling hate crime' (2016)
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Human Rights First, 'Overview – Hate crime report card' (2007)
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Hurd, H.M., 'Why liberals should hate “hate crime legislation”' (2001), Law and Philosophy, 20(2), pp.215-232
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Iganski, P., 'Introduction: The problem of hate crimes and hate crime laws' (2002), in Iganski, P. & Burney, E. (2002) The hate debate: should hate be punished as a crime? London: Profile.

Iganski, P., 'Legislating morality and competing ‘rights’: Legal instruments against racism and antisemitism in the European Union' (1999), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 3(25), pp.509-516
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Iganski, P., 'Why make ‘hate’ a crime?' (1999), Critical Social Policy, 60, pp.386-395
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Iganski, P., 'Too few Jews to count? Police monitoring of hate crime against Jews in the United Kingdom' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.232-245
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Iganski, P., 'Hate crime: Taking stock: Programmes for offenders of hate' (2012), Northern Ireland Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders
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Iganski, P., 'Multi-agency working and victims of race hate crime' (2008), in Goodey, J. & Aromaa, K. (eds.) (2008) Hate crime: papers from the 2006 and 2007 Stockholm Criminology Symposiums. Helsinki: European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, Affiliated with the United Nations.

Iganski, P., 'Evaluation of the London–wide Race Hate Crime Forum as a model of good practice between statutory criminal justice agencies and voluntary sector non-governmental organisations' (2007), London: London Probation Servicce.
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Iganski, P. & Lagou, S., 'Hate crimes hurt some more than others: Implications for the just sentencing of offenders' (2015), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 30(10), pp.1696-1718
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Iganski, P., Smith, D., Dixon, L., Kielinger, V., Mason, G., McDevitt, J., Perry, B., Stelman, A., Bargen, J., Lagou, S. & Pfeffer, R., 'Rehabilitation of hate crime offenders' (2011), Equality and Human Rights Commission: Scotland.
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Jacobs, J. B. & Potter, K. A., 'Hate crimes: A critical perspective' (1997), Crime and Justice, 22, pp.1-50
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James, S., 'The policing of right-wing violence in Australia' (2005), Police Practice and Research, 6(2), pp.103-119
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James, Z., 'Policing marginal spaces: Controlling gypsies and travellers' (2007), Criminology and Criminal Justice, 7(4), pp.367-389
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James, Z. & Simmonds, L., 'Exploring prejudice: Managing hate crime in the South West of England' (2013), Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 15(4), pp.241-257
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James, Z. & Simmonds, L., 'Exploring prejudice: Mapping hate crime in the South West' (2012), Criminology and Criminal Justice with Plymouth University.
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Jarman, N., 'Acknowledgement, recognition and response: The criminal justice system and hate crime in Northern Ireland' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.45-69). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Jenness, V. & Grattet, R., 'The criminalization of hate: A comparison of structural and polity influences on the passage of “bias-crime” legislation in the United States' (1996), Sociological Perspectives, 39(1), pp.129-154
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Jenness, V. & Grattet, R., 'The law-in-between: The effects of organizational perviousness on the policing of hate crime' (2005), Social Problems, 52(3), pp.337-359
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Jepson, P., 'Say ‘no’ to race hate material – A counter-message approach' (2003), Journal of Civil Liberties, 8(3), pp.151-170

Jolliffe, D., & Farrington, D.P., 'The criminal careers of those imprisoned for hate crime in the UK' (2019), European Journal of Criminology
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Jones, J., 'Holocaust denial: “Clear and present” racial vilification' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), pp.169-184
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Jones, M., 'The legal response: Dealing with hatred – A user’s guide' (1997), in Cunneen, C., Fraser, D. & Tomsen, S. (eds.) Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia. Sydney: Hawkins Press.

Jones, C., 'Hate crime by the sea: Operation Columbus' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.22-23
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Jureidini, R., 'Origins and initial outcomes of the Racial Hatred Act 1995' (1995), People and Place, 5(1), pp.30-43
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Kamenska, A., 'Life cycle of a hate crime – Country report for Latvia' (2017), Rīgā: Latvian Centre for Human Rights
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Kaplan, J., 'Islamophobia in America?: September 11 and Islamophobic hate crime' (2006), Terrorism and Political Violence, 18(1), pp.1-33
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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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Kateri Hernandez, T., 'Bias crimes: Unconscious racism in the prosecution of “racially motivated violence”' (1990), The Yale Law Journal, 99(4), pp.845-864
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Kielinger, V., & Paterson, S., 'Policing hate crime in London' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.196-204
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King, R. D., Messner, S. F. & Baller, R. D. , 'Contemporary hate crimes, law enforcement, and the legacy of racial violence' (2009), American Sociological Review, 74(2), pp.291-315
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Kleinig, J., 'Penalty enhancement for hate crimes' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.3-6
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Knoll, D., 'Anti-vilification laws: Some recent developments in the United States and their implications for proposed legislation in the Commonwealth of Australia' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), pp.211-234
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Koenig, T.H. & Rustad, M.L., '“Hate torts” to fight hate crimes: Punishing the organizational roots of evil' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.302-318
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Landa, D.E., and New South Wales Office of the Ombudsman, 'Public interest in releasing the Ombudsman’s report on the allegations of police bias against Asian students: Report to the Honourable T A Griffiths MP, Minister for Police and Emergency Services' (1993)

Law Commission (Law Com No 348), 'Hate crime: Should the current offences be extended?' (2014)
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Lawrence, F.M., 'Punishing hate: Bias crimes under American law' (2002), USA: Harvard University Press

Lawrence, F.M., 'The evolving federal role in bias crime law enforcement and the Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2007' (2008), Stanford Law & Policy Review, 19(2), pp.251-282
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Lawrence, F.M., 'The hate crime project and its limitations: Evaluating the societal gains and risk in bias crime law enforcement' (2007), Social Consciousness in Legal Decision Making, pp.209-226
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Leonard, W., Mitchell, A., Pitts, M. & Patel, S., 'Coming forward – The underreporting of heterosexist violence and same sex partner abuse in Victoria' (2009), Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society (ARCSHS).
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Levin, B., 'From slavery to hate crime laws: The emergence of race and status based protection in American criminal law' (2002), Journal of Social Issues, 58(2), pp.227-245
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Levin, B., & Amster, S., 'Making hate history: Hate crime and policing in America’s most diverse city' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.329-348
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Levin, J. & McDevitt, J., 'Hate crimes: The rising tide of bigotry and bloodshed' (2001), Westview Press Inc.

Levin, J. & McDevitt, J., 'Police response' (1993), Hate Crimes, pp.159-178
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Levin, J., Rabrenovic, G., Ferraro, V., Doran, T., & Methe, D., 'When a crime committed by a teenager becomes a hate crime: Results from two studies' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.246-257
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Lyons, C.J. & Roberts, A., 'The difference “hate” makes in clearing crime: An event history analysis of incident factors' (2014), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 30(3), pp.268-289
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Maher, JM, McCulloch, J. & Mason, G., 'Punishing gendered violence as hate crime: Aggravated sentences as a means of recognising hate as motivation for violent crimes against women' (2015), Australian Feminist Law Journal, 41(1), pp.177-193
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Mahoney, K.E., 'Hate vilification legislation and freedom of expression: Where is the balance?' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), 353 (Paper presented at the Racism and Anti-Semitism in Contemporary Australia Conference, Melbourne, 11-12 June 1994)
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