Publications: Feminism and hate crime

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Afshar, H., 'Can I see your hair? Choice, agency and attitudes: The dilemma of faith and feminism for Muslim women who cover' (2008), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31(2), pp.411-427
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Angelari, M., 'Hate crime statutes: A promising tool for fighting violence against women' (1994), American University Journal of Gender and the Law, (2), pp.63-105
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Ault, A., 'When it happens to men, it’s “hate” and “a crime”' (1997), Journal of Poverty, 1(1), pp.49-63
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Baehr, A.R., 'A feminist liberal approach to hate crime legislation' (2003), Journal of Social Philosophy, 34(1), pp.134-152
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Balderston, S., 'Victimized again? Intersectionality and injustice in disabled women’s lives after hate crime and rape' (2013), Advances in Gender Research, 18, pp.17-51
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Chen, K., 'Including gender in bias crime statutes: Feminist and evolutionary perspectives' (1997), William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law, 3(1), pp.277-328
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Elliot, P., 'Engaging trans debates on gender variance: A feminist analysis' (2009), Sexualities, 12(1), pp.5-32
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Gill, K. & Mason-Bish, H., 'Addressing violence against women as a form of hate crime: Limitations and possibilities' (2013), Feminist Review, 105(1), pp.1-20
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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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Hodge, J.P, 'Gendered hate: Exploring gender in hate crime law' (2011), Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press

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Mason, G., 'Boundaries of sexuality: Lesbian experience and feminist discourse on violence against women' (1997), Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 7, pp.41-60
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Mason, G., 'Recognition and reformulation' (2001), Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 13(3), pp.251-268
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Mason-Bish, H., 'We need to talk about women: Examining the place of gender in hate crime policy' (2014), in Chakraborti, N. & Garland, J. (2014) Responding to hate crime: the case for connecting policy and research. Bristol: Policy Press.

May, L. & Strikwerda, R., 'Men in groups: Collective responsibility for rape' (1994), Hypatia, 9(2), pp.134-151
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Muholi, Z., 'Thinking through lesbian rape' (2004), Agenda, 18(61), pp.116-125
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Murti, L., 'Who benefits from the white coat? Gender differences in occupational citizenship among Asian-Indian doctors' (2012), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35(12), pp.2035-2053
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Sherry, M., 'Feminist reflections on disability hate crime' (2013), Advances in Gender Research, 18, pp.53-66
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