Publications: Gender-based 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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Afzal, N., 'Response to CLR article on Rochdale child sexual exploitation case' (2014), Criminal Law Review, 2, pp.145-146
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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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Anitha, S. & Lewis, R. (Eds.), 'Gender based violence in university communities: Policy, prevention and educational interventions in Britain' (2018), Bristol: Policy Press

Asquith, N., 'Responding to heterosexist hate: A gender critique of coalitionist strategies in NSW' (2001), Women Against Violence, 11(43)
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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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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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Balsam, K.F., 'Traumatic victimization in the lives of lesbian and bisexual women: A contextual approach' (2014), in Hughes, T., Smith, C. & Dan, A. (Eds.) Mental Health Issues for Sexual Minority Women: Redefining Women's Mental Health

Barker, K. & Jurasz, O., 'Online misogyny as hate crime: A challenge for legal regulation?' (2018), Routledge
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Bones, P.D.C., 'Perceptions of vulnerability: A target characteristics approach to disability, gender, and victimization' (2012), Deviant Behaviour, 34(9), pp.727-750
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Bouzerdan, C. & Whitten-Woodring, J., 'Killings in context: An analysis of the news framing of femicide' (2018), Human Rights Review, 19(2), pp.211–228
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Brickell, K. & Maddrell, A., 'Geographical frontiers of gendered violence' (2016), Dialogues in Human Geography, 6(2), pp.170-172
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Brown, C., 'Legislating against hate crime in New Zealand: The need to recognise gender-based violence' (2004), Victoria University of Wellington Law Review, 35(3), pp.591-608
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Bufkin, J.L., 'Bias crime as gendered behavior' (1999), Social Justice, 26(1), pp.155-176
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Bunch, C., 'Women’s rights as human rights: Toward a re-vision of human rights' (1990), Human Rights Quarterly, 12, pp.486-498

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Campo-Engelstein, L., 'Rape as a hate crime: An analysis of New York law' (2016), Hypatia, 31(1), pp.91-106
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Carastathis, A., 'The politics of austerity and the affective economy of hostility: Racialised gendered violence and crises of belonging in Greece' (2015), Feminist Review, 109(1), pp.73-95
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Carney, K.M., 'Rape: The paradigmatic hate crime' (2001), St. John's Law Review, 75(2), pp.315-355
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Cassese, E.C., Barnes, T.D. & Branton, R.P., 'Racializing gender: Public opinion at the intersection' (2015), Politics and Gender, 11(1), pp.1-26
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Chapman, S., 'Getting it together: Gender, violence and Indigenous students' (1995), The Gen: Newsletter of the Gender and Equity Network

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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Cook-Daniels, L. & Munson, M., 'Sexual violence, elder abuse, and sexuality of transgender adults, age 50+: Results of three surveys' (2010), Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 6(2), pp.142-177
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Corteen, K. & Stoops, M., 'Sex work, hate crime and victimisation' (2016), in K. Corteen, S. Morley, P. Taylor, J. Turner (Eds.) A companion to crime, harm and victimisation, Bristol: Policy Press, pp.210-213

Cripps, J. & Stermac, L., 'Cyber-sexual violence and negative emotional states among women in a Canadian University' (2018), International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 12(1), pp.171-186
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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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Eze, C., 'Transcultural affinity: Thoughts on the emergent cosmopolitan imagination in South Africa' (2015), Journal of African Cultural Studies, 27(2), pp.216-228
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Gelber, K., 'Hate crimes: Public policy implications of the inclusion of gender' (2000), Australian Journal of Political Science, 35(2), pp.275-289
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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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Goldsheid, J., 'Gender-motivated violence developing a meaningful paradigm for civil rights enforcement' (1999), Harvard Women's Law Journal, 22, pp.123-158
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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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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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Heisecke, K. & Weisblatt, K., 'Ending violence against women in Europe: An exploration of philanthropic giving' (2017), Ariadne
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Hill Collins, P., 'The tie that binds: Race, gender and US violence' (1998), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 21(5), pp.917-938
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Hodge, J.P, 'Gendered hate: Exploring gender in hate crime law' (2011), Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press

Hood, J.C. & Rollins, S. , 'Some didn’t call it hate: Multiple accounts of the Zimmerman library incident' (1995), Violence Against Women,1(3), pp.228-240
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Hopkins, P., 'Gendering Islamophobia, racism and White supremacy: Gendered violence against those who look Muslim' (2016), Dialogues in Human Geography, 6(2), pp.186-189
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Iganski, P. & Levin, J., 'Hate crime: A global perspective' (2015), New York: Routledge.

Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), 'Sexism, harassment and violence against women in parliaments in Europe' (2018), Geneva: Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)
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Islam, A., 'Is there a gender bias in crime against firms for developing economies?' (2013), Women's Studies International Forum, 37, pp.1-15
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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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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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Kaufman, D.R., 'Renaming violence' (2001), American Behavioral Scientist, 45(4), pp.654-667
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Krieger, N., Waterman, P.D., Hartman, C., Bates, L.M., Stoddard, A.M., Quinn, M.M., Sorensen, G., & Barbeau, E.M., 'Social hazards on the job: Workplace abuse, sexual harassment, and racial discrimination – A study of Black, Latino, and White low-income women and men workers in the United States' (2006), International Journal of Health Services, 36(1), pp.51-85
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Levin, J., Rabrenovic, G., Ferraro, V., Doran, T., & Methe, D., 'When a crime committed by a teenager becomes a hate crime: Results from two studies' (2007), American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), pp.246-257
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Lumsden, K. & Morgan, H.M., 'Cyber-trolling as symbolic violence: Deconstructing gendered abuse online' (2018), In N. Lombard (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of gender and violence (pp.121-132). London: Routledge

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Maher, JM, McCulloch, J. & Mason, G., 'Punishing gendered violence as hate crime: Aggravated sentences as a means of recognising hate as motivation for violent crimes against women' (2015), Australian Feminist Law Journal, 41(1), pp.177-193
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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., 'The spectacle of violence: Homophobia, gender and knowledge' (2002), United Kingdom: Routledge.

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.

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