Publications: Media and hate crime

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Abhijit, M., 'Dial H for hatred: Did Independent conclude too soon it is hate crime?' (2017), Journal of Global Communication, 10(1), pp.1-9
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Anderson, L., 'Countering Islamophobic media representations: The potential role of peace journalism' (2015), Global Media and Communication, 11(3) pp.255-270
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Anti-Discrimination Board of NSW, 'Race for the headlines: Racism and media discourse' (2001), Sydney

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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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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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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Baird, R., 'The reporting of hate crime' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.28-29
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Beshara, R.K., 'Charlie Hebdo: Differences in corporate and alternative media coverage' (2018), Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs [online], pp.1-7
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Bhatia, M., Poynting, S. & Tufail, W. (Eds), 'Media, crime and racism' (2018), Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham

Birk, M., Gill, H. & Heer, K., 'De-Islamizing Sikhaphobia: Deconstructing structural racism in Wisconsin gurdwara shooting 10/12' (2015), Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 10(2), pp.97-106
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Bouzerdan, C. & Whitten-Woodring, J., 'Killings in context: An analysis of the news framing of femicide' (2018), Human Rights Review, 19(2), pp.211–228
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Briskman, L., 'The creeping blight of Islamophobia in Australia' (2015), International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 4(3), pp.112-121
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Brooten, L., 'When Media Fuel the Crisis: Fighting Hate Speech and Communal Violence in Myanmar' (2020), in J. Matthews & E. Thorsen (Eds.), Media, Journalism and Disaster Communities. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan
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Capewell, C., Ralph, S. & Bonnett, L., 'The continuing violence towards disabled people' (2015), Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs
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Charitidis, P., Doropoulos, S., Vologiannidis, S., Papastergiou, I. & Karakeva, S., 'Towards Countering Hate Speech Against Journalists on Social Media' (2020), Online Social Networks and Media, 17, 100071
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Chiluwa, I., Taiwo, R. & Ajiboye, E., 'Hate Speech and Political Media Discourse in Nigeria: The Case of the Indigenous People of Biafra' (2020), International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 16(2), pp. 191-212
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Cisneros, J.D. & Nakayama, T.K., 'New media, old racisms: Twitter, Miss America, and cultural logics of race' (2015), Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, 8(2), pp.108-127
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Cockbain, E. & Tufail, W., 'Failing Victims, Fuelling Hate: Challenging the Harms of the ‘Muslim Grooming Gangs’ Narrative' (2019), Race and Class [online]
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Collins, R.E., 'The construction of race and crime in Canadian print media: A 30-year analysis' (2014), Criminology and Criminal Justice, 14(1), pp.77-99
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Colomb, W. & Damphousse, K., 'Examination of newspaper coverage of hate crimes: A moral panic perspective' (2004), American Journal of Criminal Justice, 28(2), pp.147-163
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Crichlow, W. & Lauricella, S., 'An analysis of anti-Black crime reporting in Toronto: Evidence from news frames and critical race theory' (2018), in M. Bhatia, S. Poynting & W. Tufail (Eds), Media, Crime and Racism. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture (pp.301-316). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Dorđević, J.P., 'The Sociocognitive Dimension of Hate Speech in Readers’ Comments on Serbian News Websites' (2020), Discourse, Context and Media, 33
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Dunbar, E. & Molina, A., 'Opposition to the legitimacy of hate crime laws: The role of argument acceptance, knowledge, individual differences, and peer influence' (2004), Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 4(1), pp.91-113
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Dunn, K.M., Klocker, N. & Salabay, T., 'Contemporary racism and Islamophobia in Australia: Racializing religion' (2007), Ethnicities, 7(4), pp.564-589
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Ehrlich, H.J., 'Hate crimes and ethnoviolence: The history, current affairs, and future of discrimination in America' (2009), Boulder, CO: Westview Press

Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), 'Race rights in the UK – Submission to the UN Committee on the elimination of racial discrimination in advance of the public examination of the UK’s implementation of ICERD' (2016)
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Farquharson, K. & Marjoribanks, T., 'Representing Australia: Race, the media and cricket' (2006), Journal of Sociology, 42(1), pp.25-41
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Foody, K.M., 'Muslims in the American media: From texts to affects' (2018), Journal of Islamic Studies [online]
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Frías-Vázquez, M. & Arcila, C., 'Hate Speech Against Central American Immigrants in Mexico: Analysis of Xenophobia and Racism in Politicians, Media and Citizens’' (2019), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, pp. 956-960
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Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism, 'Measuring the hate: The state of Antisemitism in social media' (2016)
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Göktan, D.Ü., 'Hate crime in Turkey: Implications of collective action, media representations and policy making' (2017), Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Greason, D., '“Look mum, no shirt”: Media representations of young Nazis' (1997), in Bessant, J. & Hill, R. (eds.) Youth, Crime and the Media: Media Representation of and Reaction to Young People in relation to Law and Order. ACYS Publishing.

Grossman, A., 'Homosexual men (and lesbian men) in a heterosexual genre: Three gangster films from Hong Kong' (2000), Journal of Homosexuality, 39(3-4), pp.237-271
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Hakoköngäs, E., Halmesvaara, O. & Sakki, I., 'Persuasion Through Bitter Humor: Multimodal Discourse Analysis of Rhetoric in Internet Memes of Two Far-Right Groups in Finland' (2020), Social Media and Society, 6(2)
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Hess, K. & Waller, L., 'Moral Compass: How a Small-Town Newspaper Used Silence in a Hyper-Charged Controversy' (2020), Journalism [online]
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Himes, S.M. & Thompson, J.K., 'Fat stigmatization in television shows and movies: A content analysis' (2007), Obesity, 15(3), pp.712-718
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Iosifidis, P. & Andrews, L., 'Regulating the internet intermediaries in a post-truth world: Beyond media policy?' (2019), International Communication Gazette
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Jenness, V., 'The emergence, content, and institutionalization of hate crime law: How a diverse policy community produced a modern legal fact' (2007), Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 3, pp.141-160
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Kabir, N.A., 'Can Islamophobia in the media serve Islamic State propaganda? The Australian case, 2014–2015' (2019), in J. Esposito & D. Iner (Eds). Islamophobia and Radicalization (pp.97-116). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Kapka, A., '‘Cuts are not a viable option’: The British Board of Film Classification, hate crime and censorship for adults in the digital age' (2016), Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14(1), pp.77-97
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Karyotakis, M.-A., Matinakiourexidou & Antonopoulos, N., 'Media and YouTube Appeal in Social Movement Mobilization: The Case of Anti-Tourism Incident' (2019), Media Watch, 10(3), pp. 687-701
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Kolankiewicz, M., 'Closeness and distance in media reports on the Trollhättan Attack' (2018), in M. Bhatia, S. Poynting & W. Tufail (Eds), Media, Crime and Racism. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture (pp.235-253). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Kundnani, A., 'In a foreign land: The new popular racism' (2001), Race and Class, 43(2), pp.41-60
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Lim, S.S., 'Manufacturing Hate 4.0: Can Media Studies Rise to the Challenge?' (2020), Television and New Media, 21(6), pp. 602-607
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Luqiu, L.R. & Yang, F., 'Islamophobia in China: News coverage, stereotypes, and Chinese Muslims’ perceptions of themselves and Islam' (2018), Asian Journal of Communication [online]
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Messing, S., Jabon, M. & Plaut, E., 'Bias in the flesh: Skin complexion and stereotype consistency in political campaigns' (2016), Public Opinion Quarterly, 80(1), pp.44-65
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Meyer, A. & Poynting, S., '‘Ta-Ta Qatada’: Islamophobic moral panic and the British tabloid press' (2018), in M. Bhatia, S. Poynting & W. Tufail (Eds), Media, Crime and Racism. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture (pp.139-160). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Moore, K. & Greenland, K., 'Racism as a crime in Britain’s right-wing press' (2018), in M. Bhatia, S. Poynting & W. Tufail (Eds), Media, Crime and Racism. Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture (pp.213-233). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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