Session 248: RS167 -> Hate Crime: Law and Theory
Time: 11:00AM to 12:30 PM on Thursday, November 14
Place: Dearborn 1
Session Chair: Nicole M. Prior, Florida State University
Decision-Making in Hate Crime Cases: Factors Affecting Victim, Police and Prosecutorial Discretion
by: Katherine A. Culotta, Indiana State University (Corresponding)
Re-Inventing The Civil Rights Perspective On Hate Crime and Diversity Issues
by: Bradley Stewart Chilton, University of North Texas (Corresponding)
James A. Woods, Federal Bureau of Investigation
A Potential Theoretical Explanation For Hate Crimes
by: Nicole M. Prior, Florida State University (Corresponding)
Hate Crime Legislation: A Psycholegal Analysis
by: Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum, Sam Houston State University (Corresponding)
Philip Lyons, Sam Houston State University

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