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"The Essential Hate Crime Reader" is an anthology that addresses the advent and growth of hate crimes, examining both theory and reality. Topics are framed within historical, philosophical, and legal contexts. The text is divided into nine units. Beginning with the emergence and construction of hate crime, it then moves on to discuss the roots of hate, victims and "The Essential Hate Crime Reader" is an anthology that addresses the advent and growth of hate crimes, examining both theory and reality. Topics are framed within historical, philosophical, and legal contexts. The text is divided into nine units. Beginning with the emergence and construction of hate crime, it then moves on to discuss the roots of hate, victims and offenders, enforcement, international perspectives, and possibilities for the future. Each over-arching unit begins with an introduction from the editors, which provides context for the material that follows. A variety of readings are then presented. Readers explore the issues in depth through provocative discussion questions and exercises at the end of each chapter. Topics in "The Essential Hate Crime Reader" include: - The Nature of Prejudice - Black Victimization - Cyber-hate - Anti-Muslim Violence in the Post 9/11 Era - Anti-Gay Behaviors Among Young Adults - Defending the Indefensible - Cultural Reconstruction The "Essential Hate Crime Reader" provides the most comprehensive scholarship on hate crime to date. Jim Nolan received his Ph.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia. He is currently an associate professor of sociology and criminology at West Virginia University. Prior to his teaching career, Dr. Nolan was a police officer in Wilmington, Delaware for thirteen years. He then spent five years working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Dr. Nolan's research and teaching focus on group relations, crime, and social control.


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"The Essential Hate Crime Reader" is an anthology that addresses the advent and growth of hate crimes, examining both theory and reality. Topics are framed within historical, philosophical, and legal contexts. The text is divided into nine units. Beginning with the emergence and construction of hate crime, it then moves on to discuss the roots of hate, victims and "The Essential Hate Crime Reader" is an anthology that addresses the advent and growth of hate crimes, examining both theory and reality. Topics are framed within historical, philosophical, and legal contexts. The text is divided into nine units. Beginning with the emergence and construction of hate crime, it then moves on to discuss the roots of hate, victims and offenders, enforcement, international perspectives, and possibilities for the future. Each over-arching unit begins with an introduction from the editors, which provides context for the material that follows. A variety of readings are then presented. Readers explore the issues in depth through provocative discussion questions and exercises at the end of each chapter. Topics in "The Essential Hate Crime Reader" include: - The Nature of Prejudice - Black Victimization - Cyber-hate - Anti-Muslim Violence in the Post 9/11 Era - Anti-Gay Behaviors Among Young Adults - Defending the Indefensible - Cultural Reconstruction The "Essential Hate Crime Reader" provides the most comprehensive scholarship on hate crime to date. Jim Nolan received his Ph.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia. He is currently an associate professor of sociology and criminology at West Virginia University. Prior to his teaching career, Dr. Nolan was a police officer in Wilmington, Delaware for thirteen years. He then spent five years working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Dr. Nolan's research and teaching focus on group relations, crime, and social control.

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