Source: (2014) Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press.
Introduction: Readdressing hate crime —
Conceptualizing hate crime for restorative justice —
Conceptualizing restorative justice for hate crime —
The harms of hate crime: from structural disadvantage to individual identity —
Repairing the harms of everyday hate crime: exploring community mediation and the views of restorative practitioners —
Restorative policing and hate crime —
Secondary victimization, state participation, and the importance of multi-agency partnerships —
The perils of ‘community’: from theory to practice —
Humanizing ‘difference’ and challenging prejudice through restorative dialogue —
Conclusion: Uncovering hidden truths —
Appendixes: A. Interview schedule: victims and complainant victims —
B. Interview schedule: restorative justice practitioners.
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