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Reconceptualizing hate crime victimization through the lens of vulnerability and ‘difference’
This article suggests that the concepts of vulnerability and ‘difference’ should be focal points of hate crime scholarship if the values at the heart of the hate crime movement are not to be diluted.Expand
Hate Crime: Impact, Causes and Responses
This engaging and thought-provoking text provides an accessible introduction to the subject of hate crime. In a world where issues of hatred and prejudice are creating complex challenges for societyExpand
Racism and Anti-Racism in Football
Acknowledgements Introduction: Contextualising Racism in British Football Football, 'Race' and the Forging of British Identity Standing Together? Charting the Development of Football's Anti-racismExpand
Hearing Lost Voices: Issues in Researching 'Hidden' Minority Ethnic Communities
This article addresses key methodological and ethical dilemmas faced by criminologists when investigating the experiences of minority ethnic households. The paper argues that by employing broadExpand
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Divided by a common concept? Assessing the implications of different conceptualizations of hate crime in the European Union
In recent years the European Union (EU) has witnessed rising levels of hate crime. However, although there have been a number of legislative and other policy initiatives introduced across the EU toExpand
'No surrender to the Taliban!': Football hooliganism, Islamophobia and the rise of the English Defence League
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Difficulties in defining hate crime victimization
This article analyses the issues involved with deciding which identity groups are categorized as specific hate crime victim groups and which are not. It assesses whether theories of hate crime basedExpand
‘Race’, Space and Place
Rural village communities in England are commonly portrayed as being neighbourly and close-knit, with villagers perceived as having a deep-seated sense of local identity complemented by strongExpand
‘F**king Freak! What the Hell Do You Think You Look Like?’ Experiences of Targeted Victimization Among Goths and Developing Notions of Hate Crime
Greater Manchester Police’s categorisation of targeted attacks on ‘alternative subculture’ members as hate crimes prompted extensive debate about whether such incidents are comparable to those ofExpand