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Hall, N., 'Hate crime offending and victimisation: Some considerations for public protection' (2010), in Nash, M. & Williams, A. (eds.), Handbook of Public Protection. Willan Publishing.

Hall, N., 'Policing racist hate crime: Policy, practice, and experience' (2009), in Bhui, H. (ed.), Race and Criminal Justice. SAGE Publications.

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

Hall, N., 'Making sense of numbers: The social construction of hate crime in London and New York City' (2008), in Goodey, J. & Aromaa, K. (eds.) (2008) Hate Crime: papers from the 2006 and 2007 Stockholm Criminology Symposiums. Criminal Justice Press.

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

Hall, E., 'Enhancing Police Scotland’s response to disability hate crime' (2017), Scottish Institute for Policing Research, Annual Report for 2016, pp.31-32
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Hall, E., 'A critical geography of disability hate crime' (2018), Area [online], pp.1-8
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Hall, K. & Gorman, S., 'Hate crime: An activist physical disability perspective' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.243-251). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Hall, N., 'Policing hate crime in London and New York City: Some reflections on the factors influencing effective law enforcement, service provision and public trust and confidence' (2012), International Review of Victimology, 18(1), pp.73-87
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Hall, N. & Croall, H., 'Hate crime' (2005), Willan Publishing.

Hall, N. & Hayden, C., 'Is ‘hate crime’ a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying?' (2007), International Journal on School Violence, 3, pp.3-24

Hall, N. & Tyson, J., 'The perpetrators of disability hate crime' (2014), in Shah, R. & Giannasi, P. (eds.) (2014) Disability Hate Crime. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Hall, N., Corb, A., Giannasi, P., & Grieve, J. (eds.), 'The international handbook of hate crime' (2014), London: Routledge.

Hall, N., Grieve, J. & Savage, S. (eds.), 'Policing and the legacy of Lawrence' (2009), Willan Publishing.

Hambly,O., Rixom, J., Singh, S. & Wedlake-James, T., 'Hate crime: A thematic review of the current evidence' (2018), Home Office
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Hamby, S., 'On the use of race and ethnicity as variables in violence research' (2015), Psychology of Violence, 5(1), pp.1-7
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Hamilton, P. & Trickett, L., 'Disability hostility, harassment and violence in the UK: A ‘motiveless’ and ‘senseless’ crime?' (2014), in Hall, N., Corb, A., Giannasi, P. & Grieve, J. (eds.) (2014) The Routledge International Handbook on Hate Crime. London: Routledge

Hamm, M.S., 'American skinheads: The criminology and control of hate crime' (1994), Praeger

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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Hamner, K.M., 'Gay-bashing: A social identity analysis of violence against lesbians and gay men' (1992), Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

Hancock, R., 'National security, Islamophobia, and religious freedom in the U.S.' (2017), Journal of Religious and Political Practice, 4(1), pp.61-77
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Hancock, K.A. & Haldeman, D.C., 'Between the lines: Media coverage of Orlando and beyond' (2017), Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 4(2), pp.152-159
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Hanes, E. & Machin, S., 'Hate crime in the wake of terror attacks: Evidence from 7/7 and 9/11' (2014), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 30(3), pp.247-267
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Hankir, A., Carrick, F.R. & Zaman, R., 'Part I: Muslims, social inclusion and the west. Exploring challenges faced by stigmatized groups' (2017), Psychiatria Danubina, 29, pp. 164-172
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Hansen, K.L., 'Ethnic discrimination and health: The relationship between experienced ethnic discrimination and multiple health domains in Norway’s rural Sami population' (2015), International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 74, Article Number 25125
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Hansen, H., Riano, N.S., Meadows, T. & Mangurian, C., 'Alleviating the mental health burden of structural discrimination and hate crimes: The role of psychiatrists' (2018), American Journal of Psychiatry, 175(10), pp.929-933
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Haque, Z., Jolliffe, D., Elahi, F. & Garland, J., 'Empowerment and confidence in the Equality Act 2010: Evaluating the impact of training by Race on the Agenda' (2017), Equality and Human Rights Commission
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Hardaker, C. & McGlashan, M., '“Real men don’t hate women”: Twitter rape threats and group identity' (2015), Journal of Pragmatics, 91, pp.80-93
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Harding, J.E., 'Homophobia and rape culture in the narratives of early Israel' (2018), in C. Blyth, E. Colgan & K. Edwards (Eds.), Rape culture, gender violence, and religion. Religion and Radicalism. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham
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Hardy, S.-J., 'Explaining everyday hate in a multicultural context' (2017), in Everyday multiculturalism and ‘hidden’ hate (pp. 163-192). London: Palgrave Macmillan UK
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Hardy, S.-J. & Chakraborti, N., 'Hate crimes' (2017), in P. Carlen & L. Ayres França (Eds.), Alternative Criminologies (Chapter 16). Routledge.

Hare, I., 'Legislating against hate – The legal response to bias crimes' (1997), Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 17(3) pp.415-439
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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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Hargreaves, J., 'Risk and resilience in British Muslim communities' (2016), Ethnic and Racial Studies, pp.1-20
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Harindranath, R., 'Malign images, malevolent networks: Social media, extremist violence and public anxieties' (2017), in E. Martellozzo & E.A. Jane (Eds.), Cybercrime and its victims (Chapter 8). Oxon, New York: Routledge
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Haritaworn, J., 'What’s love got to do with it? Queer lovers, hateful Others and decolonial love' (2017), in K. Fereidooni & M. El (Eds.), Rassismuskritik und Widerstandsformen (pp. 81-89). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
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Harlow, C. W., 'Hate crime reported by victims and police' (2005), (NCJ 209911), U.S. Department of Justice
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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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Harris, C., Rowbotham, J. & Stevenson, K., 'Truth, law and hate in the virtual marketplace of ideas: perspectives on the regulation of Internet content' (2009), Information & Communications Technology Law, 18(2), pp.155-184
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Harris, M.B., Harris, R.J. & Bochner, S., 'Fat, four-eyed, and female: Stereotypes of obesity, glasses, and gender' (1982), Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 12(6), pp.503-516
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Harris, O.O. & Jarrett, S., 'Beyond homophobia: How do Jamaican men who have sex with men build communities, affirm identity, and mitigate homophobia?' (2018), Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care [online]
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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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Harry, J., 'Conceptualizing antigay violence' (1992), Herek, G.M. & Berrill, K. (eds.), 'Hate Crimes: Confronting Violence Against Lesbians and Gay Men' (1992), USA: Sage Publications

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, A., 'Regulating homophobic hate speech: Back to basics about language and politics?' (2012), Sexualities, 15(2), pp.191-206
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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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Hassan, K., 'Hate Speech im Rechts-Rap. Analyse eines rassistischen Phänomens' (2016), in Fereidooni, K. & El, M., Rassismuskritik und Widerstandsformen (pp.673-687). Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
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Hassan, O., 'Trump, Islamophobia and US–Middle East relations' (2017), Critical Studies on Security [online], pp.1-5
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Hatakka, N., 'Expose, debunk, ridicule, resist! Networked civic monitoring of populist radical right online action in Finland' (2019), Information, Communication & Society [online]
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