Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader

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Barbara Perry
Psychology Press, 2003 - 520 Seiten
Covering everything from women in the Klan and extremist exploits on the Internet to Neo-Nazi rock-n-roll subculture and Black church arsons, this anthology brings together essential readings on hate and bias crimes by major researchers in the field. The papers examine hate groups from a global perspective, analyze the current rise in terrorism, and discuss effective intervention. Also included is statistical information on hate crimes, recent hate crime legislation and anti-hate resources.
 

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INTRODUCTION
3
HATE CRIME IN AMERICA
9
AN EMERGENT RESEARCH AGENDA
27
THINKING MORE CLEARLY ABOUT HATEMOTIVATED CRIMES
49
IMPROVING THE QUALITY AND ACCURACY OF BIAS CRIME
77
INTRODUCTION
93
AN EXPANDED TYPOLOGY
109
A REVIEW
117
A REVIEW
261
DISABILITIES
281
INTRODUCTION
297
TARGET RECRUITMENT
319
WOMEN IN CONTEMPORARY KU KLUX KLAN
337
THE INTERSECTIONS OF RACE
351
INTRODUCTION
385
THE EMERGENCE AND IMPLICATIONS OF AMERICAN HATE CRIME
409

HATE CRIMES HURT MORE
131
A COMPARISON
139
THE TRAUMATIC EFFECTS OF ETHNOVIOLENCE
153
INTRODUCTION
171
TREATY RIGHTS AND RESPONDING TO ANTIINDIAN ACTIVITY
203
RACIAL VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS
223
VICTIM EXPERIENCES IN HATE CRIMES BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION
243
POLICE BIAS UNITS AND THE CONSTRUCTION
427
THE ROAD TO REPAIRING
439
FIVE STATE
455
THE PREVENTION OF ANTILESBIANGAY HATE CRIMES
465
INDEX
515
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Über den Autor (2003)

Barbara Perry is Associate Professor in the department of Criminal Justice at Northern Arizona University. She is the author of In The Name of Hate: Understanding Hate Crimes (Routledge, 2001), which was a finalist for the 2001 C. Wright Mills Award.

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