Session 14: HC1 -> Hate Crimes: Characteristics of Victims and Incidents
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Summit
Session Chair: Raymond H.C. Teske, Jr., Sam Houston State University
Comparing and Contrasting St. Louis Hate Crimes With "Normal" Cime
by: Adam Bossler, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Authoritarianism and Seriousness Perceptions of Hate Crime: A Factorial Survey Approach
by: Bryan D. Byers, Ball State University (Corresponding)
Jerome B. McKean, Ball State University
Nicole Dressel, Ball State University
Homosexual Homicide and Arson: Is There a Connection?
by: Dallas Drake, Minnesota Gay Homicide Study (Corresponding)
Reading the Thermometer: Hate Incidents Against Asian Students on Campus
by: Helen Ahn Lim (Corresponding)
Hate Crimes of the Old West
by: Robert C. Lightfoot (Corresponding)

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