- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
oneA victim-centred approach to conceptualising ‘hate crime’
twoThe normality of everyday ‘hate crime’
threeThe spatial dynamics of everyday ‘hate crime’
fourTensions in liberalism and the criminalisation of ‘hate’
fiveIncluding victims of ‘hate crime’ in the criminal justice policy process
sixConclusions: understanding everyday ‘hate crime’
Appendix AThe UK's ‘hate crime’ laws
Appendix BThe process of ‘hate crime’
Appendix CControversy about the extent of the anti-Muslim backlash following the July 2005 London bombings
Appendix DEthnic group composition of the London boroughs (2001 Census)
Appendix EBlack and Asian minority ethnic (BME) group population proportions and diversity scores for the London boroughs (1991 and 2001)
Appendix FMethodology of the evaluation of the London-wide Race Hate Crime Forum
- 'Hate crime' and the city
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