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The Resource Responding to hate crime : the case for connecting policy and research, edited by Neil Chakraborti and Jon Garland

Responding to hate crime : the case for connecting policy and research, edited by Neil Chakraborti and Jon Garland

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Responding to hate crime : the case for connecting policy and research
Title
Responding to hate crime
Title remainder
the case for connecting policy and research
Statement of responsibility
edited by Neil Chakraborti and Jon Garland
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Why has so much hate crime policy seemingly ignored academic research? And why has so much of this research been conducted inside of its own separate academic bubble? This book addresses those questions by bringing together internationally renowned hate crime experts from the domains of scholarship, policy and activism. It provides new perspectives on the nature of hate crime victimisation and perpetration, and considers an extensive range of themes, challenges and solutions which have hitherto been un- or under-explored
Cataloging source
IDEBK
Dewey number
364.15
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6773.5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Chakraborti, Neil
  • Garland, Jon
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  • Hate crimes
  • Victims of hate crimes
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Hate crimes
  • Victims of hate crimes
Label
Responding to hate crime : the case for connecting policy and research, edited by Neil Chakraborti and Jon Garland
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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rdacontent
Contents
  • RESPONDING TO HATE CRIME -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- About the contributors -- Introduction and overview -- Signs of progress -- Faultlines between scholarship and policy -- About the book -- Part One: Working together: developing shared perspectives -- 1. The adventures of an accidental academic in 'policy-land': a personal reflection on bridging academia, policing and government in a hate crime context -- Stephen Lawrence, Sir William Macpherson and an 'accidental' academic -- Lessons learned from the 'two worlds' of criminology and policy making -- Concluding comments -- 2. Academia from a practitioner's perspective: a reflection on the changes in the relationship between academia, policing and government in a hate crime context -- Introduction -- The murder of Stephen Lawrence -- 1999 -- the year that everything began to change -- The response in Staffordshire -- Police leadership -- Cross-Government Hate Crime Programme -- Academia and the links to central policy -- Defining hate crime -- Integration of academics into the policy process -- Conclusion -- 3. Reshaping hate crime policy and practice: lessons from a grassroots campaign -- Introduction -- Conclusion -- 4. Not getting away with it: linking sex work and hate crime in Merseyside -- Introduction -- Sex worker victimisation: under-reporting, criminalisation and safety -- Connecting sex worker victimisation, 'othering' and hate crime -- Development and key strands of Merseyside's sex work and hate crime approach -- Sex worker and police views: perceived vulnerability and targeted victimisation -- Conclusion -- 5. Evidencing the case for 'hate crime' -- Introduction -- The hate crime evidence gap in international focus -- International and national constructions of 'hate crime' -- Towards a fuller international conceptualisation of hate crime: a role for academia
  • OSCE work on data collection guidance -- Conclusions: ways forward in international conceptions of hate crime -- Part Two: Researching key issues: emerging themes and challenges -- 6. Working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities to shape hate crime policy -- Introduction -- Recognising and responding to LGB & T hate crime -- Collaborative approaches to reducing hate crime -- Accountability in responding to victimisation -- Conclusion: enhancing interaction -- 7. Using a 'layers of influence' model to understand the interaction of research, policy and practice in relation to disablist hate crime -- Introduction -- A 'layers of influence model' -- The model in action -- Conclusion -- 8. Responding to the needs of victims of Islamophobia -- Introduction -- Islamophobia and its impact on victims -- Contemporary support services -- Effectiveness of contemporary practices -- Is there a silver lining? -- 9. Controlling the new far right on the streets: policing the English Defence League in policy and praxis -- Introduction -- Policing the EDL -- How can the EDL best be policed? -- Conclusion -- 10. Developing themes on young people, everyday multiculturalism and hate crime -- Introduction -- Conducting a study in a 'multicultural utopia' -- Young people, multiculturalism and prejudice -- Everyday multiculturalism and hate crime -- Developing themes to address fear, ignorance and frustration -- Conclusion -- 11. Hate crimes against students: recent developments in research, policy and practice -- Introduction -- Policy divergence -- Fit for purpose? A 'town and gown' model of hate crime -- Exploring campus-based incidents -- Conclusion -- 12. We need to talk about women: examining the place of gender in hate crime policy -- Introduction -- Gender and hate crime policy -- Considering gender -- Conclusion
  • Part Three: Challenging prejudice: combating hate offending -- 13. Courage in the Face of Hate: a curricular resource for confronting anti-LGBTQ violence -- Introduction -- The contexts for anti-LGBTQ violence -- Goals of Courage in the Face of Hate -- The research -- Conclusion -- 14. Policing prejudice motivated crime: a research case study -- Introduction -- Hate crime policing policy in Australia -- Challenges of implementing the PMC strategy -- Using PMC scholarship to inform implementation -- Implications of scholarship for policing: PMC 'alerts' -- Conclusion -- 15. Policing hate against Gypsies and Travellers: dealing with the dark side -- Defining hate crime and managing prejudice -- Gypsies and Travellers: race and culture -- Accommodation and victimisation -- Hate victimisation of Gypsies and Travellers -- Policing hate against Gypsies and Travellers -- Conclusion -- 16. Understanding how 'hate' hurts: a case study of working with offenders and potential offenders -- How 'hate' hurts -- Applying understanding about the harms of 'hate crime' in redemptive interventions with offenders -- Understanding the harms of 'hate crime' for preventative interventions with potential offenders -- Conclusion: healing the hurts of 'hate crime' -- 17. Restorative approaches to working with hate crime offenders -- Introduction -- Part I: What is restorative justice? -- Part II: Engendering tolerance of 'difference': the importance of empathy -- Overcoming cultural and communicational barriers to empathy -- Part III: Challenging prejudice -- Part IV: Protecting victims -- Conclusion -- Clouds on the horizon -- Key challenges in the contemporary 'hate debate' -- Conclusion: the case for connecting policy and research -- Notes -- Index
Control code
881035176
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Extent
1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781447308782
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(OCoLC)881035176
Label
Responding to hate crime : the case for connecting policy and research, edited by Neil Chakraborti and Jon Garland
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • RESPONDING TO HATE CRIME -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- About the contributors -- Introduction and overview -- Signs of progress -- Faultlines between scholarship and policy -- About the book -- Part One: Working together: developing shared perspectives -- 1. The adventures of an accidental academic in 'policy-land': a personal reflection on bridging academia, policing and government in a hate crime context -- Stephen Lawrence, Sir William Macpherson and an 'accidental' academic -- Lessons learned from the 'two worlds' of criminology and policy making -- Concluding comments -- 2. Academia from a practitioner's perspective: a reflection on the changes in the relationship between academia, policing and government in a hate crime context -- Introduction -- The murder of Stephen Lawrence -- 1999 -- the year that everything began to change -- The response in Staffordshire -- Police leadership -- Cross-Government Hate Crime Programme -- Academia and the links to central policy -- Defining hate crime -- Integration of academics into the policy process -- Conclusion -- 3. Reshaping hate crime policy and practice: lessons from a grassroots campaign -- Introduction -- Conclusion -- 4. Not getting away with it: linking sex work and hate crime in Merseyside -- Introduction -- Sex worker victimisation: under-reporting, criminalisation and safety -- Connecting sex worker victimisation, 'othering' and hate crime -- Development and key strands of Merseyside's sex work and hate crime approach -- Sex worker and police views: perceived vulnerability and targeted victimisation -- Conclusion -- 5. Evidencing the case for 'hate crime' -- Introduction -- The hate crime evidence gap in international focus -- International and national constructions of 'hate crime' -- Towards a fuller international conceptualisation of hate crime: a role for academia
  • OSCE work on data collection guidance -- Conclusions: ways forward in international conceptions of hate crime -- Part Two: Researching key issues: emerging themes and challenges -- 6. Working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities to shape hate crime policy -- Introduction -- Recognising and responding to LGB & T hate crime -- Collaborative approaches to reducing hate crime -- Accountability in responding to victimisation -- Conclusion: enhancing interaction -- 7. Using a 'layers of influence' model to understand the interaction of research, policy and practice in relation to disablist hate crime -- Introduction -- A 'layers of influence model' -- The model in action -- Conclusion -- 8. Responding to the needs of victims of Islamophobia -- Introduction -- Islamophobia and its impact on victims -- Contemporary support services -- Effectiveness of contemporary practices -- Is there a silver lining? -- 9. Controlling the new far right on the streets: policing the English Defence League in policy and praxis -- Introduction -- Policing the EDL -- How can the EDL best be policed? -- Conclusion -- 10. Developing themes on young people, everyday multiculturalism and hate crime -- Introduction -- Conducting a study in a 'multicultural utopia' -- Young people, multiculturalism and prejudice -- Everyday multiculturalism and hate crime -- Developing themes to address fear, ignorance and frustration -- Conclusion -- 11. Hate crimes against students: recent developments in research, policy and practice -- Introduction -- Policy divergence -- Fit for purpose? A 'town and gown' model of hate crime -- Exploring campus-based incidents -- Conclusion -- 12. We need to talk about women: examining the place of gender in hate crime policy -- Introduction -- Gender and hate crime policy -- Considering gender -- Conclusion
  • Part Three: Challenging prejudice: combating hate offending -- 13. Courage in the Face of Hate: a curricular resource for confronting anti-LGBTQ violence -- Introduction -- The contexts for anti-LGBTQ violence -- Goals of Courage in the Face of Hate -- The research -- Conclusion -- 14. Policing prejudice motivated crime: a research case study -- Introduction -- Hate crime policing policy in Australia -- Challenges of implementing the PMC strategy -- Using PMC scholarship to inform implementation -- Implications of scholarship for policing: PMC 'alerts' -- Conclusion -- 15. Policing hate against Gypsies and Travellers: dealing with the dark side -- Defining hate crime and managing prejudice -- Gypsies and Travellers: race and culture -- Accommodation and victimisation -- Hate victimisation of Gypsies and Travellers -- Policing hate against Gypsies and Travellers -- Conclusion -- 16. Understanding how 'hate' hurts: a case study of working with offenders and potential offenders -- How 'hate' hurts -- Applying understanding about the harms of 'hate crime' in redemptive interventions with offenders -- Understanding the harms of 'hate crime' for preventative interventions with potential offenders -- Conclusion: healing the hurts of 'hate crime' -- 17. Restorative approaches to working with hate crime offenders -- Introduction -- Part I: What is restorative justice? -- Part II: Engendering tolerance of 'difference': the importance of empathy -- Overcoming cultural and communicational barriers to empathy -- Part III: Challenging prejudice -- Part IV: Protecting victims -- Conclusion -- Clouds on the horizon -- Key challenges in the contemporary 'hate debate' -- Conclusion: the case for connecting policy and research -- Notes -- Index
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881035176
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unknown
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1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9781447308782
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unknown
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http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
  • 1701858
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remote
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(OCoLC)881035176

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