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Exploring the everyday world of hate victimization through community mediation

Abstract:

For some time, hate crimes were conceptualized as acts of hatred committed by strangers - typically as violent attacks against people perceived to be different from the attacker. Considering hate as an aggravating feature resulted in increasingly punitive and exclusionary criminal justice and sentencing legislation. Left out of this picture were the messier, sometimes intractable disputes between people known to one another - neighbours, colleagues or other acquaintances - conflicts sometimes...

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10.1177/0269758011422472

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Walters, MA More by this author
Journal:
International Review of Victimology
Volume:
18
Issue:
1
Pages:
7-24
Publication date:
2012-01-05
DOI:
EISSN:
2047-9433
ISSN:
0269-7580
URN:
uuid:77ddc826-d837-48d9-8ab7-e07efab61f8d
Source identifiers:
479714
Local pid:
pubs:479714

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