Publications: Hate crime offenders

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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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Chakraborti, N., 'Future developments for hate crime thinking: Who, what and why?' (2010), in Chakraborti, N. (ed.), Hate Crime: Concepts, policy, future directions. Devon: Willan Publishing

Chakraborti, N. & Garland, J. , 'Responding to hate crime: The case for connecting policy and research' (2014), Bristol: Policy Press

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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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Fröhlich, W., Ganser, C. & Köhler, E., 'Gruppenbezogene Menschenfeindlichkeit in Bayern' (2016), Forschungsbericht des Instituts für Soziologie der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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Gil, D.D. & Lopez, A.F., 'Violent urban gangs. Main perpetrators in hate crimes' (2017), in M. Elósegui & Hermida, C. (Eds.), Racial justice, policies and courts' legal reasoning in Europe (pp.131-153). Springer International Publishing
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Lantz, B. & Kim, J., 'Hate crimes hurt more, but so do co-offenders: Separating the influence of co-offending and bias on hate-motivated physical injury' (2018), Criminal Justice and Behavior [online]
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Lantz, B. & Kim, J., 'Hate Crimes Hurt More, but So Do Co-Offenders: Separating the Influence of Co-Offending and Bias on Hate-Motivated Physical Injury' (2018), Criminal Justice and Behaviour [online]

Levin, J., & McDevitt, J. , 'Hate crimes revisited: America’s war on those who are different' (2002), Boulder; Oxford: Westview 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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Logan, M.H., 'Hate crime perpetrators: The psychopath and the perseverator' (2018), Violence and Gender [online]
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McGhee, D., 'The challenge of working with racially motivated offenders: An exercise in ambivalence?' (2007), Probation Journal, 54(3), pp.213-226
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Penrice, K., Birch, P. & McAlpine, S., 'Exploring hate crime amongst a cohort of Scottish prisoners: an exploratory study' (2019), Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice
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Pezzella, F.S. & Fetzer, M.D., 'The likelihood of injury among bias crimes: An analysis of general and specific bias types' (2015), Journal of Interpersonal Violence [online], pp. 1-27
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Powers, R.A. & Socia, K.M., 'Racial animosity, adversary effect, and hate crime: Parsing out injuries in intraracial, interracial, and race-based offenses' (2018), Crime and Delinquency [online]
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Recker Rayburn, N., Mendoza, M. & Davidson, G.C., 'Bystanders’ perceptions of perpetrators and victims of hate crime: An investigation using the person perception paradigm' (2003), Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18(9), pp.1055-1074
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Roberts, C., Innes, M., Williams, M., Tregidga, J. & Gadd, D., 'Understanding who commits hate crime and why they do it' (2013), Welsh Government Social Research
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Thomas, R. & Denton, N., 'Working with victims and perpetrators of hate crime' (2002), Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp.46-47
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Tomsen, S., 'Victims, perpetrators and fatal scenarios: A research note on anti-homosexual male homicides' (2002), International Review of Victimology, 9(3), pp.253-271
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Valeri, R.M. & Borgeson, K. (Eds.), 'Hate crimes: Victims, motivations and typologies' (2018), Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press
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