By Professor Robert J Kelly PhD, Jess Maghan
Those twelve formerly unpublished essays discover the foreign phenomenon of hate crime, interpreting the socio-psychological dynamics of those crimes and the settings during which they take place, the relationships among offenders and their sufferers, the emotional states of the members, and the felony and legislations enforcement responses to those crimes. The essays deal with spiritual, racial, ethnic, and sexual crimes within the usa, Latin the United States, Africa, Europe, and the center East. The essayists supply ancient reports of the issues and the methods neighborhood gurus comprehend and deal with the dilemmas in addition to prognoses in regards to the patience of hate crime and the measures that may be taken to manage and include it.
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This should Page 17 not be understood to mean that the entire Islamic world acquiesced, but that its official agencies and spokespeople either blindly rejected or vehemently refused to engage with a book that the enormous majority of people never read. The Ayatollah's condemnation went a good deal further than mere rejection: Rushdie was condemned to death. Rushdie's main offense was to deal with Islam in English and in fiction prose for a Western audience. Thus, it was the medium Rushdie used to reinterpret the Koran that constituted his crime.
Jacobs 150 8. Spectacular Punishment and the Orchestration of Hate: The Pillory and Popular Morality in Eighteenth-Century England Antony E. Simpson 177 Epilogue Robert J. Kelly and Jess Maghan 221 An Annotated Bibliography of Hate Crime Literature Jess Maghan 239 Contributors 253 Page ix Preface We like to think that we chose precisely the right time to publish Hate Crime. Any earlier, the systematic data collection that is now occurring would not have begun to disgorge its facts; any later, and the field would be awash with a spate of volumes whose repetitive claims and counterclaims could lead to more confusion.
Here, Rahman describes the rearticulations and reconstructions of the symbolic "fictions," Hindu/Muslim and other essences that reemerged enabling individuals to retreat into the anonymity of religious identity and to embrace rhetorics of blame and grievance that ravage various parts of India and Pakistan today. While there is some psychological value in ethnocentrism for those wounded by history, the religious cultures that mold the way of everyday life are, according to Rahman, too intermingled, their contents and histories with one another too interdependent, for their surgical separation into those large, insular ideological entitiesPakistan and India.
Hate crime: the global politics of polarization by Professor Robert J Kelly PhD, Jess Maghan