Publications: Bias crime

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Akhtar, S., 'The mental pain of minorities' (2014), British Journal of Psychotherapy, 30(2), pp.136-153
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Altman, A., 'The democratic legitimacy of bias crime laws: Public reason and the political process' (2001), Law and Philosophy, 20(2), pp.141-173
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Blee, K.M., 'The microdynamics of hate violence: Interpretive analysis and implications for responses' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.258-270
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Boeckmann, J. & Turpinā€Petrosino, C., 'Understanding the harm of hate crime' (2002), Journal of Social Issues, 58(2), pp.207-225
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Byers, B., Crider, B.W. & Biggers, G.K., 'Bias crime motivation: A study of hate crime and offender neutralization techniques used against the Amish' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15(1), pp.78-96
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Byers, B.D. & Crider, B.W., 'Hate crimes against the Amish: A qualitative analysis of bias motivation using routine activities theory' (2002), Deviant Behavior, 23(2), pp.115-148
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Chakraborti, N., & Garland, J., 'Hate crime: Impact, causes and responses' (2009), UK: SAGE Publications

Chapman, A., 'The messages of subordination contained in anti-discrimination statutes' (1997), in Mason, G. & Tomsen, S. (eds.) Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.

Collins, J., Noble, G., Poynting, S. & Tabar, P., 'Kebabs, kids, cops, crime: Youth, ethnicity & crime' (2000), Pluto Press

Cunneen, C., Fraser, D. & Tomsen, S. (eds.), 'Faces of hate: Hate crime in Australia' (1997), Sydney: Hawkins Press.

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Dillof, A.M., 'Punishing bias: An examination of the theoretical foundations of bias crime statutes' (1997), Northwestern University Law Review, 91(3), pp.1015-1081
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Dreher, T., 'Introduction: “Targeted”' (2001), Targeted: Experiences of Racism in NSW after September 11 2001. UTS Shopfront Research Monograph Series No 1, University of Technology, Sydney ePress

Duggan, M. & Heap, V., 'Victims as vote-winners? The anti-social behaviour/hate crime nexus: Marian Duggan and Vicky Heap cast a critical eye over the policy connections' (2013), Criminal Justice Matters, 94(1), pp.24-25
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Dunbar, E., 'Symbolic, relational, and ideological signifiers of bias-motivated offenders: Toward a strategy of assessment' (2003), American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73(2), pp.203-211
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Dunbar, E., 'Defending the indefensible: A critique and analysis of psycholegal defense arguments of hate crime perpetrators ' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15, pp.64-77
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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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Gellman, S., '“Brother, you can’t go to jail for what you’re thinking”: Motives, effects, and “hate crime” laws' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.24-29
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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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Greason, D., '“Look mum, no shirt”: Media representations of young Nazis' (1997), in Bessant, J. & Hill, R. (eds.) Youth, Crime and the Media: Media Representation of and Reaction to Young People in relation to Law and Order. ACYS Publishing.

Green, D.P., Glaser, J. & Rich, A., 'From lynching to gay bashing: The elusive connection between economic conditions and hate crime' (1998), Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75(1), pp.82-92
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Hamm, M.S., 'American skinheads: The criminology and control of hate crime' (1994), Praeger

Harris, B., 'Race vilification laws: A comparative perspective' (1999), Canberra Law Review, 6(1-2), pp.257-300
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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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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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Kelly, R.J. (ed.), 'Bias crime: American law enforcement and legal responses' (1991), Chicago: Office of International Criminal Justice, University of Illinois

Kelly, R.J. & Maghan, J. (eds.), 'Hate crime: The global politics of polarization' (1998), USA: Southern Illinois University Press.

Kleinig, J., 'Penalty enhancement for hate crimes' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.3-6
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Lawrence, F.M., 'Punishing hate: Bias crimes under American law' (2002), USA: Harvard University Press

Lincoln, R., 'Book reviews (Faces of hate: Hate crime in Australia by Cunneen, C. et al.)' (1999), Journal of Sociology, 35(1), pp.100-102
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Loveland, I., 'Hate crimes and the First Amendment' (1994), Public Law, (Summer) pp.174-183
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MacNamara, B.S., 'New York’s Hate Crimes Act of 2000: Problematic and redundant legislation aimed at subjective motivation (commentary)' (2002), Albany Law Review, 66(2), pp.519-546
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Margulies, M.B>, 'Intent, motive, and the R.A.V. decision' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.42-46
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Marr, D., 'How can we square freedom with anti-vilification laws?' (1998), HIV/AIDS Legal Link, 9(4), 10

Mason, G., 'Not our kind of hate crime' (2001), Law and Critique, 12(3), pp.253-278
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Mason, G., 'Hate crime' (2008), in Anthony, T. & Cunneen, C. (2008) The Critical Criminology Companion. Hawkins Press.

Mason, G. & Tomsen, S. (eds.), 'Homophobic violence' (1997), Australia: Hawkins Press.

McDevitt, J., Balboni, J., Garcia, L., & Gu, J. , 'Consequences for victims: A comparison of bias- and non-bias-motivated assaults' (2001), American Behavioral Scientist, 45(4), pp.697-713
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Mclaughlin, E., 'Rocks and hard places: The politics of hate crime' (2002), Theoretical Criminology, 6(4), pp.493-498
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Millbank, J., 'Hateful feelings, violent acts (book reviews)' (1998), Sydney Law Review, 20(3), pp.502-512
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Morgan, F., Ferrante, A., Broadhurst, R. & Loh, N., 'Inter-racial offending models: A response to Reidpath and Diamond' (1998), Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 31(2), pp.196-203
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Murphy, J.G., 'Bias crimes: What do haters deserve?' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.20-23
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Nolan, J.J. & Akiyama, Y., 'An analysis of factors that affect law enforcement participation in hate crime reporting' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15, pp.111-127
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O'Callaghan, P., 'Dealing with difference' (1993), Policing Issues and Practice Journal, 1(1), 22

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Perry, B., 'The more things change … Post-9/11 trends in hate crime scholarship' (2010), in Chakraborti, N. (ed.) (2010) Hate Crime: Concepts, policy, future directions, Devon: Willan Publishing

Petrosino, C., 'Connecting the past to the future: Hate crime in America' (1999), Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 15, pp.22-47
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Redish, M.H., 'Freedom of thought as freedom of expression: Hate crime sentencing enhancement and first amendment theory' (1992), Criminal Justice Ethics, 11(2), pp.29-42
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Roxburgh, A., 'Preachers of hate: The rise of the far right' (2002), London: Gibson Square Books

Rule, A. & Silvester, J., 'The stink, the fink and the missing link: Nazi madness' (1997), in Rule, A. & Silvester, J. (eds.) Underbelly: True Crime Stories. Floradale Productions & Sly Ink

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Stacey, M., 'Distinctive characteristics of sexual orientation bias crimes' (2011), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(15), pp.3013-3032
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Tomsen, S., 'Hate crimes and masculine offending' (2001), Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 10, pp.26-42
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