Crimes Against the "Other": Conceptual, Operational, and Empirical Challenges for Hate Studies

Chakraborti, Neil
December 2009
Journal of Hate Studies;2009/2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the key conceptual, operational, and empirical challenges facing researchers and policy-makers on studies about hate crimes. It explores the nature of the problems and questions associated with the challenges. It also investigates how to use them to shape contemporary hate crime discourse.


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