List of Tables Acknowledgments Introduction:The Violence of Hatred Chapter 1 - Defining and Measuring Hate Crime Chapter 2 - Accounting for Hate Crime:Doing Difference Chapter 3 - Defending the Color Line:Race, Difference, and Hate Crime Chapter 4 - Doing Gender and Doing Gender Inappropriately:Violence against Women, Gay Men, and Lesbians Chapter 5 - Beyond Black and White:Minority-on Minority Violence Chapter 6 - Hate Groups and Ideologies of Power Chapter 7 - Permission to Hate:Ethnoviolence and the State Chapter 8 - Conclusion:Doing Difference Differently Appendices Bibliography Index
Barbara Perry is Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Northern Arizona University. She is the co-editor of Investigating Difference: Human and Cultural Relations in Criminal Justice (1999).
"[A] must read for scholars and policymakers."
-Valerie Jenness, University of California, Irvine
""In the Name of Hate is an ambitious undertaking which represents a painful reality in the wake of the national tragedy of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States. While published prior to that date, this work adds a rather unique dimension to the scholarship on power and institutionalized discrimination and has global as well as domestic implications."
-Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare