Publications: Gypsies/Roma/Travellers and hate crime

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Brearley, M., 'The persecution of Gypsies in Europe' (2001), American Behavioral Scientist, 45(4), pp.588-599
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Cviklova, L., 'Direct and indirect racial discrimination of Roma people in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and the Russian Federation' (2015), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(12), pp.2140-2155

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Donnelly, E., 'Hate crimes against Travellers' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.24-25
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Foley, A., 'Gypsies and travellers' (2014), in Atkinson, R. (Ed.) Shades of Deviance: A Primer on Crime, Deviance and Social Harm. Routledge.

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Hušek, P. & Tvrdá, K., 'The collective singularity of anti-racist actors: A case study of the Roma minority in the Czech Republic' (2016), Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39(1), pp.49-67
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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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Joyce, S., Kennedy, M. & Haynes, A., 'Travellers and Roma in Ireland: Understanding hate crime data through the lens of structural inequality' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.325-354). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Maeso, S.R., '‘Civilising’ the Roma? The depoliticisation of (anti-)racism within the politics of integration' (2015), Identities, 22(1), pp.53-70
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McGarry, A., 'The dilemma of the European Union’s Roma policy' (2012), Critical Social Policy, 32(1), pp.126-136
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O'Nions, H., 'Narratives of social inclusion in the context of roma school segregation' (2015), Social Inclusion, 3(5), pp.103-114
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Okely, J., 'Recycled (mis)representations: Gypsies, Travellers or Roma treated as objects, rarely subjects' (2014), People, Place and Policy, 8(1), pp.65-85
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Powell, R., 'Editorial: Special Issue – ‘Roma integration in the UK’' (2014), People, Place and Policy, 8(1), pp.1-3
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Power, C., 'Irish Travellers: Ethnicity, racism and pre-sentence reports' (2003), Probation Journal, 50(3), pp.252-266
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Richardson, J., 'Roma in the news: An examination of media and political discourse and what needs to change ' (2014), People, Place and Policy, 8(1), pp.51-64
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Strobl, S., Phillips, N., Banutai, E. & Reynolds, D., 'Film-making and police-minority relations: Slovenian police and Roma in Shanghai Gypsy' (2015), International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 4(4), pp.22-39
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Twomey, A.., 'A civil society perspective on anti-Traveller and anti-Roma hate: Connecting online to on the street' (2017), in A. Haynes, J. Schweppe, & S. Taylor (Eds.), Critical perspectives on hate crime (pp.355-366). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
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Vidra, Z. & Fox, J., 'Mainstreaming of racist anti-Roma discourses in the media in Hungary' (2014), Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 12(4), pp.437-455
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Wallengren, S. & Mellgren, C., 'The role of visibility for a minority’s exposure to (hate) crime and worry about crime – A study of the Traveller community' (2015), International Review of Criminology, 21(3), pp.303-319
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Wigerfelt, B. & Wigerfelt, A., 'Anti-Gypsyism in Sweden: Roma’s and travellers’ experiences of bias-motivated crime' (2015), Internet Journal of Criminology, ISSN 2045 6743
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Zagrodzki, M., 'The police and the Roma community in Hungary' (2013), in Tomita, M. (2013) Fourth International Conference on Psycho-Social Perspectives in the Quasi-Coercive Treatment of Offenders: Social Control and Vulnerable Groups.

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