Publications: Law and hate crime

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Dixon, B. & Gadd, D., 'Getting the message? “New” Labour and the criminalization of ‘hate’' (2006), Criminology and Criminal Justice, 6(3), pp.309-328
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Dixon, B. & Gadd, D., 'Look before you leap: Hate crime legislation reconsidered' (2012), South African Crime Quarterly, Vol 40
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Dixon, L. & Ray, L., 'Current issues and developments in race hate crime' (2007), Probation Journal, 54(2), pp.109-124
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Douglas Elliott, R. & Bonauto, M., 'Sexual orientation and gender identity in North America' (2008), Journal of Homosexuality, 48(3-4), pp.91-106
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Duggan, M., 'Heteronormativity and the inverted relationship between sociopolitical and legislative approaches to lesbian, gay and bisexual hate crime' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.147-167). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Duggan, M., 'Working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities to shape hate crime policy' (2014), in Chakraborti, N. & Garland, J. (2014) Responding to hate crime: the case for connecting policy and research. Bristol: Policy Press.

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, P., 'Sexuality: Is there a hierarchy of discrimination?' (1996), Probation Journal, 43(2), pp.64-69
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Edge, P.W., 'Extending hate crime to religion' (2003), Journal of Civil Liberties, 8(1), pp.5-27
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Ellis, T. & Hall, N., 'Hate crime' (2010), in Brown, J. & Campbell, E. (eds.) (2010) Cambridge Handbook of Forensic Psychology. Cambridge University Press.

Ellison, G. & Smith, L., 'Hate crime legislation and violence against sex workers in Ireland: Lessons in policy and practice' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.179-207). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Enarsson, T. & Naarttijarvi, M., 'Is it all part of the game? Victim differentiation and the normative protection of victims of online antagonism under the European Convention on Human Rights (Article)' (2016), International Review of Victimology, 22(2), pp.123-138
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Equality and Human Rights Commission, 'Hidden in plain sight: Inquiry into disability-related harassment' (2011)
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Erba, J., 'Effective or symbolic testing the constitutionality of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Hate Crimes Prevention Act' (2014), International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, 14(2), pp.99-116
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Esakov, G.A. & Korobeev, A.I., 'Hate crimes counteraction: American experience' (2014), Criminology Journal of Baikal National University of Economics and Law, 1, pp.144-153
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European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI), 'ECRI Report on Austria (fifth monitoring cycle)' (2015), ECRI Secretariat, Council of Europe
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European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI), 'ECRI Report on the Czech Republic (fifth monitoring cycle)' (2015), ECRI Secretariat, Council of Europe
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European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI), 'ECRI Report on Estonia (fifth monitoring cycle)' (2015), ECRI Secretariat, Council of Europe
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European Commission against Racism and Intolerance [ECRI], 'Third report on Italy' (2006), Strasbourg: Council of Europe
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European Commission against Racism and Intolerance [ECRI], 'ECRI Report on Germany (fourth monitoring cycle)' (2009), Strasbourg: Council of Europe
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European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), 'Unmasking bias motives in crimes: Selected cases of the European Court of Human Rights' (2018)
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Faculty of Advocates, 'Faculty of Advocates Response to the Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland' (2017)
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Faulkner, E., 'Hate crime in Canada: An overview of issues and data sources' (2001), International Journal of Comparative Criminology, 2(2), pp.239-261

Feenan, D., 'Religious vilification laws: Quelling fires of hatred?' (2006), Alternative Law Journal, 31(3), pp.153-158
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Fekete, L., 'Anti-Muslim racism and the European Security State' (2004), Race and Class, 46(1), pp.3-29
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Fidgett, P., 'Responding to racial violence' (1993), Probation Journal, 40(2), pp.88-90
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Field, A.-M., 'Counter-hegemonic citizenship: LGBT communities and the politics of hate crimes in Canada' (2007), Citizenship Studies, 11(3), pp.247-262
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Flahvin, A., 'Can legislation prohibiting hate speech be justified in light of free speech principles?' (1995), University of New South Wales Law Journal, 18(2), pp.327-340
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Franklin, K., 'Good intentions: The enforcement of hate crime penalty-enhancement statutes' (2002), American Behavioral Scientist, 46(1), pp.154-172
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Fuller, P.B., 'Words, Wounds, and Relationships: Why Social Ties Matter to Free Speech in High-Conflict Protests' (2019), Journalism and Communication Monographs, 21(3), pp. 168-258
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Fuszara, M., 'Hate crime' (2017), in J.M. Kurczewski & M. Fuszara (Eds.), How people use the courts: The disputes and courts in Poland (Polish Studies in Culture, Nations and Politics). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang AG

Fyfe, S., 'Tracking hate speech acts as incitement to genocide in international criminal law' (2017), Leiden Journal of International Law [online], pp.1-26
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Gan, L., Williams, R.C. & Wiseman, T., 'A simple model of optimal hate crime legislation' (2011), Economic Inquiry, 49(3)
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Gardner, M., 'Racism out: Racial vilification law and the Anti-Discrimination Board' (1995), Aboriginal Law Bulletin, 74(3), pp.9-10

Garkawe, S., 'International Human Rights and the law regarding sexual orientation: Two book reviews and more' (1997), Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 7, pp.69-92
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Garland, J., 'Reshaping hate crime policy and practice: Lessons from a grassroots campaign' (2014), in Chakraborti, N. & Garland, J. (2014) Responding to hate crime: the case for connecting policy and research. Bristol: Policy Press.

Garland, J. & Chakraborti, N., 'Responding to hate crime: The case for connecting policy and research' (2014), Bristol: Policy Press.

Garland, J. & Chakraborti, N., 'Recognising and responding to victims of rural racism' (2006), International Review of Victimology, 13(1), pp.49-69
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Garland, J. & Chakraborti, N., 'Divided by a common concept? Assessing the implications of different conceptualizations of hate crime in the European Union' (2012), European Journal of Criminology, 9(1), pp.38-51
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Garland, J. & Hodkinson, P., '‘F**king freak! What the hell do you think you look like?’' (2014), British Journal of Criminology, 54(4), pp.613-631
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Gaumer, C.P., 'Punishment for prejudice: A commentary on the constitutionality and utility of state statutory responses to the problem of hate crimes' (1994), South Dakota Law Review, 39, pp.1-48
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Gavrielides, T., 'Conceptualising and contextualising restorative justice for hate crimes' (2012), CrimSoc: The Journal of Social Criminology, 1(1)
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Gelber, K., 'Implementing racial anti-vilification laws in New South Wales: 1988-1998: A study' (2000), Australian Journal of Public Administration, 59(1), pp.13-23
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Gelber, K., 'The problem: An example of racial anti-vilification laws in practice, 1989-1998' (2002), in Speaking Back: The Free Speech Versus Hate Speech Debate. John Benjamins Publishing.

Gelber, K., 'Hate speech and the Australian legal and political landscape' (2007), in Gelber, K. & Stone, A. (eds.) Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia. The Federation Press.

Gelber, K., 'The false analogy between vilification and sedition' (2009), Melbourne University Law Review, 33(1), pp.270-291
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Gelber, K., 'Incitement to hatred and countering terrorism: Policy confusion in the UK and Australia' (2018), Parliamentary Affairs, 71, pp.28-49
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Gellman, S.B. & Lawrence, F.M., 'Agreeing to agree: A proponent and opponent of hate crime laws reach for common ground' (2004), Harvard Journal on Legislation, 41(2), pp.421-448
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Gillespie, W., 'Thirty-five years after Stonewall: An exploratory study of satisfaction with police among gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons at the 34th annual Atlanta Pride Festival' (2008), Journal of Homosexuality, 55(4), pp.619-647
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Gillis, B., 'Understanding hate crime statutes and building towards a better system in Texas' (2013), American Journal of Criminal Law, 40(2), pp.197-226
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