Publications: Law and hate crime

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Godzisz, P., 'Racing race: Should sexual orientation be protected by hate crime laws? Lessons from Poland' (2015), Think Pieces: A Journal of the Joint Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies, University College London, 1(0), pp.10–26
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Godzisz, P. & Pudzianowska, D., 'Do some identities deserve more protection than others? The case of Anti-LGB hate crime laws in Poland' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.174-189), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Goldberger, D., 'The inherent unfairness of hate crime statutes' (2004), Harvard Journal on Legislation, 41(2), pp.449-464
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Goodall, K., 'Incitement to religious hatred: All talk and no substance?' (2007), Modern Law Review, 70(1), pp.89-113
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Goodall, K., 'Challenging hate speech: Incitement to hatred on grounds of sexual orientation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland' (2009), The International Journal of Human Rights, 13(2-3), pp.211-232
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Goodall, K., 'Conceptualising ‘racism’ in criminal law' (2013), Legal Studies, 33(2), pp.214-238
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Goodey, J., 'Racist violence in Europe: Challenges for official data collection' (2007), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30(4), pp.570-589
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Granström, G. & Aström, K., 'Lifecycle of a hate crime – Country report for Sweden' (2017), Umeå University
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Grattet, R., 'The urban ecology of bias crime: A study of disorganized and defended neighborhoods' (2009), Social Problems, 56(1), pp.132-150
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Grattet, R. & Jenness, V., 'Transforming symbolic law into organizational action: Hate crime policy and law enforcement practice' (2008), Social Forces, 87(1), pp.501-527
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Grattet, R. & Jenness, V., 'Examining the boundaries of hate crime law: Disabilities and the “dilemma of difference”' (2001), The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (1973-), 91(3), pp.653-598
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Grattet, R., Jenness, V. & Curry, T.R., 'The homogenization and differentiation of hate crime law in the United States, 1978 to 1995: Innovation and diffusion in the criminalization of bigotry' (1998), American Sociological Review, 63(2), pp.286-307
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Greenberg, S.J., 'The Massachusetts Hate Crime Reporting Act of 1990: Great expectations yet unfulfilled?' (1996), New England Law Review, 31, pp.103-158
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Griffith, G., 'Sedition, incitement and vilification: Issues in the current debate, Briefing Paper No. 1/06' (2006), NSW Parliamentary Library Research Service.
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Gunn, K., 'Crimes Act Amendment (Incitement to Violence) Bill 2005' (2005), Parliament of Australia: Department of Parliamentary Services.
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Haggerty, B.P., 'Hate crimes: A view from Laramie, Wyoming’s first bias crime law, the fight against discriminatory crime, & a new cooperative federalism' (2001), Howard Law Journal, 45(1), pp.1-76
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Haggerty, B.P., 'Hate crime law & social contention: A comparison of non-governmental knowledge practices in Canada & the United States' (2008), Ph.D. Dissertation, University of British Columbia
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Haider-Markel, D.P., 'Regulating hate: State and local influences on hate crime law enforcement' (2002), State Politics & Policy Quarterly, 2(2), pp.126-160
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Haider-Markel, D.P., 'The politics of social regulatory policy: State and federal hate crime policy and implementation effort' (1998), Political Research Quarterly, 51(1), pp.69-88
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Hall, N., 'Hate crime' (2013), New York: Routledge

Hall, N., 'Hate crime' (2008), in Newburn, T. & Neyroud, P. (eds.), Dictionary of Policing. Willan Publishing.

Hall, N., 'Hate crime (2nd Edition)' (2013), Cullompton, UK: Willan Publishing

Hall, N. & Croall, H., 'Hate crime' (2005), Willan Publishing.

Hamm, M.S., 'No sense makes sense: The paradox of prosecuting bias-motivated cult crime' (1994), American Journal of Criminal Justice, 19(1), pp.145-160
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Hamman, P. & Frank, C., 'The EU’s racial equality directive and the evolution of discourse in the field of the fight against discrimination. A comparison between France, the UK and Spain' (2015), Sociological Research Online, 20(2), pp.
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Harel, A. & Parchomovsky, G., 'On hate and equality' (1999), The Yale Law Journal, 109(3), pp.507-539
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Harris, B., 'Race vilification laws: A comparative perspective' (1999), Canberra Law Review, 6(1-2), pp.257-300
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Harrison, J., 'Truth, civility and religious battlegrounds: The contest between religious vilification laws and freedom of expression' (2006), Auckland University Law Review, 12, pp.71-96
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Harvard Law Review, 'Penalty enhancement does not punish free speech or thoughts' (1996), in B. Leone & P. A. Winters (Eds.), Hate crimes (pp. 121-129), San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press

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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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'Life cycle of a hate crime – Country report for Ireland' (2017), Dublin: Irish Council for Civil Liberties
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Haynes, A. & Schweppe, J., 'Internationalizing hate crime and the problem of the intractable state: The case for Ireland' (2016), in J. Schweppe & M.A. Walters, The globalization of hate: Internationalizing hate crime? (pp.157-173), Oxford: Oxford University Press
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Haynes, A., Schweppe, J., & Taylor, S., 'Critical perspectives on hate crime: Contributions from the island of Ireland' (2017), London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Heard, C., 'The law on hate crime' (2013), Journal of Adult Protection, 15(3), pp.164-166
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Heath Wellman, C., 'A defense of stiffer penalties for hate crimes' (2006), Hypatia, 21(2), pp.62-80
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Heinze, E., 'Towards a legal concept of hatred: Democracy, ontology, and the limits of deconstruction' (2015), in T. Brudholm & B. Schepelern Johansen (Eds), Hate, politics, law: Critical perspectives on combating hate (Chapter 5). New York, NY: Oxford University Press

Hennessy, N. & Smith, P., 'Have we got it right? NSW racial vilification laws five years on' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), pp.249-264
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Henry, J.S., 'Hate crime' (2008), Contemporary Justice Review, 11(3), pp.293-295

Henry, J.S., 'Beyond free speech: Novel approaches to hate on the Internet in the United States' (2009), Information & Communications Technology Law, 18(2), pp.235-251
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Higgins, E. & Buckley-Carr, A., 'Aboriginal girl first to face race-hate law' (2006), The Australian, 1 June 2006.
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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

Ho, L.S.L., 'Substantive penal crime legislation: Toward defining constitutional guidelines following the R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul and Wisconsin v. Mitchell decisions' (1994), Santa Clara Law Review, 34, pp.711-764
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Hodge, J.P, 'Gendered hate: Exploring gender in hate crime law' (2011), Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press

Human Rights First, 'Overview – Hate crime report card' (2007)
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Idriss, M.M., 'Religion and the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001' (2002), Criminal Law Review, Nov, pp.890-911
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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., 'Legislating against hate: Outlawing racism and Antisemitism in Britain' (1999), Critical Social Policy, 19(1), pp.129-141
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