Publications: Defining hate crime

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Strani, K., Klein, G. B. & Hill, E., 'Diversity in a European Context: The Challenge of Creating a Shared Critical Vocabulary' (2016), in J. House & T. Kaniklidou (Eds.), Europe in Discourse: Identity, Diversity, Borders (pp. 170-182). Hellenic American University
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Sullivan, A., 'What’s so bad about hate: An unsentimental reflection on schoolyard shootings, Matthew Shepard, genocide and the easy consensus on hate crimes' (1999), New York Times, September 26
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Thomas, P., '“Mate crime”: Ridicule, hostility and targeted attacks against disabled people' (2011), Disability & Society, 29(3), pp.107-111
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Thweatt, E., 'Bibliography of hate studies materials' (2002), Journal of Hate Studies, 1(1), pp. 167-239
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Tiby, E., 'Constructions of Homophobic hate crimes: Definitions, decisions, data' (2007), Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 8(2), pp.114-137
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Tomsen, S., 'Hate crimes and masculine offending' (2001), Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 10, pp.26-42
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Tsri, K., 'Africans are not black: Why the use of the term ‘black’ for Africans should be abandoned' (2015), African Identities, pp.1-14
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Tyner, J.A., 'Hate-crimes as racial violence: A critique of the exceptional' (2016), Social and Cultural Geography, pp.1-19
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Tyson, J. & Hall, N., 'Medicalising ‘hatred’: Exploring the sense and sensitivities of classifying the motivations for hate crime as mental disorder (Book Chapter)' (2016), in Winstone, J. (ed.) Mental Health, Crime and Criminal Justice: Responses and Reforms (2016), pp.91-108. Palgrave Macmillan.

Tyson, J. & Hall, N., 'Medicalising hatred?: Exploring the sense and sensitivities of classifying prejudice and bigotry as mental disorders in hate crime perpetrators' (2015), in Winstone, J. (ed.), Mental Health, Crime and Criminal Justice. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Uviller, H.R., 'Making it worse: ‘Hate’ as an aggravating factor in criminal conduct' (2000), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 23(4), pp.761-767
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Vendrell Ferran, Í., 'Hate: toward a Four-Types Model' (2021), Review of Philosophy and Psychology [online]
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Wachholz, S., 'Imperial eyes among us: Confronting the reality of hate crime against the homeless' (2005), Journal of Progressive Human Services, 16(2), pp.1-3
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Walklate, S., 'Sexual violence against women: Still a controversial issue for victimology?' (2014), International Review of Victimology, 20(1), pp.71-84
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Walters, M.A., 'Conceptualizing ‘hostility’ for hate crime law: Minding ‘the minutiae’ when interpreting section 28(1)(a) of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998' (2014), Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 34(1), pp.47-74
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Walters, M.A., 'Why the Rochdale Gang should have been sentenced as ‘hate crime’ offenders' (2013), Criminal Law Review, 2, pp.131-144
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Walters, M.A., 'Challenging orthodoxy: Towards a restorative approach to combating the globalization of hate' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.294-313), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Wickes, R. L., Pickering, S., Mason, G., Maher, J. M. & McCulloch, J., 'From hate to prejudice: Does the new terminology of prejudice motivated crime change perceptions and reporting actions?' (2015), British Journal of Criminology, azv041
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Wickes, R.L., Pickering, S., Mason, G., Maher, J.M. & McCulloch, J., 'From hate to prejudice: Does the new terminology of prejudice motivated crime change perceptions and reporting actions?' (2016), British Journal of Criminology, 56(2), pp.239-255
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Wilson, M.S. & Ruback, B., 'Hate crimes in Pennsylvania, 1984–99: Case characteristics and police responses' (2003), Justice Quarterly, 20(2), pp.373-398
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Yanay, N., 'Problematizing hatred in democratic states' (2018), in T. Brudholm & B. Schepelern Johansen (Eds), Hate, politics, law: Critical perspectives on combating hate (Chapter 4). New York, NY: Oxford University Press

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