- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- one A victim-centred approach to conceptualising ‘hate crime’
- two The normality of everyday ‘hate crime’
- three The spatial dynamics of everyday ‘hate crime’
- four Tensions in liberalism and the criminalisation of ‘hate’
- five Including victims of ‘hate crime’ in the criminal justice policy process
- six Conclusions: understanding everyday ‘hate crime’
- Appendix A The UK's ‘hate crime’ laws
- Appendix B The process of ‘hate crime’
- Appendix C Controversy about the extent of the anti-Muslim backlash following the July 2005 London bombings
- Appendix D Ethnic group composition of the London boroughs (2001 Census)
- Appendix E Black and Asian minority ethnic (BME) group population proportions and diversity scores for the London boroughs (1991 and 2001)
- Appendix F Methodology of the evaluation of the London-wide Race Hate Crime Forum
- 'Hate crime' and the city
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