Publications: Law and hate crime

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Iganski, P., 'The hate debate: Should hate be punished as a crime' (2002), London: Profile Books

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., '‘Antisemitism’ and anti-Jewish hatred: Conceptual, political and legal challenges' (2013), in Phillips, C. & Webster, C. (2013) New directions in race, ethnicity and crime. Routledge.

Iganski, P., 'Hate crime' (2010), in Brookman, F., Maguire, M., Pierpoint, H. & Bennett, T. (2010) Handbook on Crime. Cullompton: Willan.

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. & Sweiry, A., 'Hate crime' (2018), in A. Treviño (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems (pp. 99-410). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
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Ip, J., 'Debating New Zealand’s hate crime legislation: Theory and practice' (2005), New Zealand Universities Law Review, 21(4), 575

Israel, M., 'Hate speech and the First Amendment ' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15, pp.97-110
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Itxaso, M.E., 'The denial or justification of genocide as a criminal offense in European Law. A proposal taking in account the Recommendation number 15 of the ECRI' (2017), Revista de Derecho Político, 98, pp.251-334
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Jacobs, J. B., 'Should hate be a crime' (1993), Public Interest, (113), pp.3-14

Jacobs, J.B., 'Rethinking the war against hate crimes: A New York City perspective' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.55-61
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Jacobs, J.B., 'Hate crime: Criminal law and identity politics: Author’s summary' (2002), Theoretical Criminology, 6(4), pp.481-484
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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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Jacobs, J.B. & Potter, K., 'Hate crimes: Criminal law & identity politics' (2000), USA: Oxford University Press.

Jenness, V., 'The hate crime canon and beyond: A critical assessment' (2001), Law and Critique, 12(3), pp.279-308
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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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Jenness, V., 'Managing differences and making legislation: Social movements and the racialization, sexualization, and gendering of federal hate crime law in the U.S., 1985-1998' (1999), Social Problems, 46(4), pp.548-571
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Jenness, V., 'Engendering hate crime law' (2013), Sex Roles, 68(5-6), pp.390-393
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Jenness, V. & Broad, K. , 'Promoters of hate crime legislation' (2017), in D. Loseke (Ed.), Social Problems: Constructionist Readings (Chapter 6). Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge
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Jenness, V. & Grattet, R., 'Making hate a crime: From social movement to law enforcement' (2001), New York: Russell Sage.

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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Jeremy, A., 'Religious offences' (2003), Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 7(33), pp.127-142
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Jeremy, A., 'Practical implications for the enactment of the Racial and Religious Hatred Act 2006' (2007), Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 9(2), pp.187-201
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Jessup, B., 'Five years on: A critical evaluation of the Racial Hatred Act 1995' (2001), Deakin Law Review, 6(1), pp.91-111
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Johnson, H., 'Experiences of crime in two selected migrant communities' (2005), Trends and Issues in Criminal Justice, 302, pp.1-6
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Johnson, S.D. & Byers, B.D., 'Attitudes toward hate crime laws' (2003), Journal of Criminal Justice, 31(3), pp.227-235
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Johnston, P., '“More than ordinary men gone wrong”: Can the law know the gay subject?' (1996), Melbourne University Law Review, 20(4), pp.1152-1191
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Jones, B.C., 'The online/offline cognitive divide: Implications for law' (2016), SCRIPTed, 13(1), pp.83-94
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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, J.L., 'The hate crimes debate in Utah' (2003), Hinckley Journal of Politics, 4, pp.49-56
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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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Kahl, E., Koenig, A. & Smith, R., 'Student reactions to public safety reports of hate crimes' (2013), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 28(13), pp.2713-2730
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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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Kane, K., 'Fostering a victim centred approach to hate crime in Scotland' (2017), Victim Support Scotland
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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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Kearl, M.K., '“Is gay the new Black?”: An intersectional perspective on social movement rhetoric in California’s Proposition 8 debate' (2015), Communication and Critical/ Cultural Studies, 12(1), pp.63-82
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Key Sun, 'The legal definition of hate crime and the hate offender’s distorted cognitions' (2006), Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 27(6), pp.597-604
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Keyzer, P., 'Racism, religious intolerance and the law' (2007), Broadway NSW: Halstead Press.

Kielinger, V., & Paterson, S., 'Policing hate crime in London' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.196-204
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King, R.H., 'The Brown decades' (2004), Patterns of Prejudice, 38(4), pp.333-353
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King, R.D., 'The context of minority group threat: Race, institutions, and complying with hate crime law' (2007), Law & Society Review, 41(1), pp.189-224
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Kirkup, K., 'The origins of gender identity and gender expression in Anglo-American legal discourse' (2018), University of Toronto Law Journal, 68(1), pp.80-117
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Klumpp, T. & Mialon, M., 'On hatred' (2013), American Law and Economics Review, 15(1), pp.39-72
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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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Lang, K., 'Vorurteilskriminalität – Eine Untersuchung vorurteilsmotivierter Taten im Strafrecht und deren Verfolgung durch Polizei, Staatsanwaltschaft und Gerichte' (2015), Nomos
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Law Commission (Law Com No 213), 'Hate crime: The case for extending the existing offences' (2013), London: Law Commission
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