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[p.v; TOC] CRIMES OF HATE Contents Contents Preface 000 Acknowledgments 000 Part I: Introduction 000 1. Connecting the Past to the Future: Hate Crime in America 000 Carolyn Petrosino Part II: Hate Crime Laws 000 2. The Birth and Maturation of Hate Crime Policy in the United States 000 Ryken Grattet and Valerie Jenness 3. Consequences for Victims: A Comparison of Bias- and Non-Bias-Motivated Assaults 000 Jack McDevitt, Jennifer Balboni, Luis Garcia, and Joann Gu 4. Retaliation, Fear, or Rage: An Investigation of African American and White Reactions to Racist Hate Crimes 000 Kellina M. Craig 5. R. A. V. v. City of St. Paul 000 Part III: Policy Problems 000 6. Wisconsin v. Mitchell 000 7. Good Intentions: The Enforcement of Hate Crime Penalty-Enhancement Statutes 000 Karen Franklin 8. An Analysis of Factors That Affect Law Enforcement Participation in Hate Crime Reporting 000 James J. Nolan and Yoshio Akiyama Part IV: Hate Crime Offenders 000 9. Hate Crime Offenders: An Expanded Typology 000 Jack McDevitt, Jack Levin, and Susan Bennett 10. Bias Crime Motivation: A Study of Hate Crime and Offender Neutralization Techniques Used Against the Amish 000 Brian D. Byers, Benjamin W. Crider, and Gregory K. Biggers 11. Why Can't We Just Get Along? Interpersonal Biases and Interracial Distrust 000 John F. Dovidio, Samuel L. Gaertner, Kerry Kawakami, and Gordon Hodson 12. Hate Online: A Content Analysis of Extremist Internet Sites 000 Phyllis B. Gerstenfeld, Diana R. Grant, and Chau-Pu Chiang 13. Hate Crime and Everyday Discrimination: Influences of and on the Social Context 000 Lu-Win Wang Part V: Organized Hate Groups 000 14. An Ethnographer Looks at Neo-Nazi and Klan Groups: The Racist Mind Revisited 000 Raphael S. Ezekiel 15. History as a Weapon: How Extremists Deny the Holocaust in North America 000 Brian Levin 16. White Boys to Terrorist Men: Target Recruitment of Nazi Skinheads 000 Randy Blazak Part VI: Hate Crime Victims 000 17. Hate Crimes Against African Americans: The Extent of the Problem 000 Sam Torres 18. Hate Crime Victimization Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Adults: Prevalence, Psychological Correlates, and Methodological Issues 000 Gregory M. Herek, J. Roy Gillis, Jeanine C. Cogan, and Eric K. Glunt 19. Hate Violence as Border Patrol: An Asian American Theory of Hate Violence 000 Terri Youth-Lin Chen 20. Examining the Boundaries of Hate Crime Law: Disabilities and the "Dilemma of Difference" 000 Ryken Grattet and Valerie Jenness Part VII: Fighting Hate 000 21. Hate Crime and Anti-Racism Campaigning: Testing the Approach of Portraying Stereotypical Information-Processing 000 Frans Willem Winkel 22. Victim-Offender Mediation: The Road to Repairing Hate Crime Injustice 000 Alyssa H. Shenk 23. Stop the Hate: Massachusetts Task Force Creates Student Civil Rights Project to Combat Problem 000 Jeremy Mahoney Part VIII: International Perspectives 000 24. Racism, Ethnicity and Hate Crime 000 Rob White and Santina Perrone 25. Aggressive Youth Cultures and Hate Crime: Skinheads and Xenophobic Youth in Germany 000 Meredith W. Watts 26. Legislating Against Hate: Outlawing Racism and Anti-Semitism in Britain 000 Paul Iganksi 27. The Persecution of Gypsies in Europe 000 Margaret Brearley About the Editors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hate crimes United States, Hate groups Government policy United States, Hate crimes United States Prevention