Publications: J

Jackle, S. & Wenzelburger, G., 'Religion, religiosity, and the attitudes toward homosexuality – A multilevel analysis of 79 countries' (2015), Journal of Homosexuality, 62(2), pp.207-241
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Jackson, L.D., 'Big lie, small world: What E. Lynn Harris wanted readers to understand about the struggle for African American, homosexual males seeking to attain the American Dream' (2012), Journal of Homosexuality, 59(8), pp.1095-1112
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Jackson, S.D., '“Connection is the antidote”: Psychological distress, emotional processing, and virtual community building among LGBTQ students after the Orlando shooting' (2017), Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 4(2), pp.160-168.
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Jackson-Nakano, A. & Moss, I., 'No reason to be complacent on racist violence' (1990), Migration, 81, 7

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., 'The emergence and implications of American hate crime jurisprudence' (2003), in Perry, B. (ed.), Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader. New York: Routledge.

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., 'Should hate be a crime' (1993), Public Interest, (113), pp.3-14

Jacobs, D. & Wood, K. , 'Interracial conflict and interracial homicide: Do political and economic rivalries explain White killings of Blacks or Black killings of Whites?' (1999), American Journal of Sociology, 105(1), pp.157-190
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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. & Henry, J.S., 'The social construction of a hate crime epidemic' (1996), Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 86(2), pp.366-391
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Jacobs, J.B. & Potter, K., 'Hate crimes: Criminal law & identity politics' (2000), USA: Oxford University Press.

Jalušič, V., 'Racism, ideology and hate: An attempt of understanding contemporary racism in EU anti-racist policies, through a thesis on racism without race' (2017), Rasizem, ideologija in sovraštvo
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Jamel, J., 'Transphobic hate crime' (2017), Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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James, P., 'Racist violence: A critique of the report of the National Inquiry into Racist Violence in Australia' (1991), Current Affairs Bulletin, 68(4), 22

James, S., 'The policing of right-wing violence in Australia' (2005), Police Practice and Research, 6(2), pp.103-119
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James, Z., 'Policing marginal spaces: Controlling gypsies and travellers' (2007), Criminology and Criminal Justice, 7(4), pp.367-389
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James, Z. & Simmonds, L., 'Exploring prejudice: Mapping hate crime in the South West' (2012), Criminology and Criminal Justice with Plymouth University.
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James, Z. & Simmonds, L., 'Exploring prejudice: Managing hate crime in the South West of England' (2013), Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 15(4), pp.241-257
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James, Z. & Smith, D., 'Roma inclusion post Brexit: A challenge to existing rhetoric?' (2017), Safer Communities, 16(4), pp.186-195
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Jane, E.A., 'Gendered cyberhate, victim-blaming, and why the internet is more like driving a car on a road than being naked in the snow' (2017), in E. Martellozzo & E.A. Jane (Eds.), Cybercrime and its victims (Chapter 3). Oxon, New York: Routledge
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Janhevich, D. E., 'Hate crime in Canada: An overview of issues and data sources' (2001), (85-551-XIE), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Statistics Canada
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Jansson, K., 'Black and minority ethnic groups’ experiences and perceptions of crime, racially motivated crime and the police: Findings from the 2004/05 British Crime Survey' (2006), London: Home Office.
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Jarman, N., 'Acknowledgement, recognition and response: The criminal justice system and hate crime in Northern Ireland' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.45-69). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Jarman, N. & Tennant, A., 'An acceptable prejudice? Homophobic violence and harassment in Northern Ireland, Belfast' (2003), Institute for Conflict Research.

Jartyś, J., 'The work of the Campaign Against Homophobia for the social LGBT movement in Poland' (2017), Acta Politica Polonica, 40(2), pp.33-41
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Jauk, D., 'Gender violence revisited: Lessons from violent victimization of transgender identified individuals' (2013), Sexualities, 16(7), pp.807-825
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Javaid, A., '‘The penis is a weapon of power’: A feminist and hate crime interpretation of male sexual victimisation' (2017), International Journal for Masculinity Studies [online], pp.1-18
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Jefferson, T., 'What is racism? Othering, prejudice and hate-motivated violence' (2015), International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 4(4), pp.120-135
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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., 'Engendering hate crime law' (2013), Sex Roles, 68(5-6), pp.390-393
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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 policy: Gender, the “dilemma of difference,” and the creation of legal subjects' (2003), Journal of Hate Studies, 2(1), pp.73-97
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Jenness, V. & Broad, K., 'Hate crimes: New social movements and the politics of violence' (1997), Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruter

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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Jenness, V. & Grattet, R., 'The law-in-between: The effects of organizational perviousness on the policing of hate crime' (2005), Social Problems, 52(3), pp.337-359
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Jenness, V. & Grattet, R., 'Making hate a crime: From social movement to law enforcement' (2001), New York: Russell Sage.

Jepson, P., 'Say ‘no’ to race hate material – A counter-message approach' (2003), Journal of Civil Liberties, 8(3), pp.151-170

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, J., 'Holocaust denial: “Clear and present” racial vilification' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), pp.169-184
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Jones, M., 'Empowering victims of racial hatred by outlawing spirit-murder' (1994), Australian Journal of Human Rights, 1(1), pp.299-352
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Jones, Melinda, 'Racial vilification laws: A solution for Australian racism?' (1994), 1(1) Australian Journal of Human Rights140

Jones, M., 'The legal response: Dealing with hatred – A user’s guide' (1997), in Cunneen, C., Fraser, D. & Tomsen, S. (eds.) Faces of Hate: Hate Crime in Australia. Sydney: Hawkins Press.

Jones, C., 'Hate crime by the sea: Operation Columbus' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.22-23
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