By John Winterdyk and Georgios Antonopoulos
This e-book investigates the phenomenon of racist victimization in a few international locations, uncovering and examining its historic roots, its relation to the felony method in a selected nationwide context, its quantity and the reaction to it. in the course of the foreign comparative technique followed and the extensive geographical variety of stories offered, together with nationwide settings that have up to now been mostly neglected by means of the literature on racist victimization, this quantity bargains a very foreign viewpoint on a huge social, political and educational factor. As such, "Racist Victimization: foreign Reflections and views" will represent crucial studying not just for sociologists and socio-legal students, yet for somebody operating within the box of race and ethnicity, crime and justice, criminology, victimology or policing.
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Della Porta, D. (1956), Social Movements, Political Violence, and the State: A Comparative Analysis of Italy and Germany (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (2005), Racist Violence in 15 EU Member States – A Comparative Overview of Findings from the RAXEN NFP Reports 2001–2004, European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia. Fattah, E. (1991), Understanding Criminal Victimization (Scarborough, ON: Prentice-Hall). FitzGerald, M. and Hale, C.
HREOC, 2002). HREOC admits that legal regulation of the internet in Australia has so far been ineffective in responding to and eradicating racism in cyberspace. There have been some high proﬁle investigations and prosecutions of individuals and organisations who publish cyber-racism, but very often the response is that this material is either transferred to ﬁle servers in other jurisdictions or the interaction of the people involved switches to the more private elements of the internet (such as password protected chat rooms) which may be outside the scope of current racial discrimination and viliﬁcation laws.
Perhaps predictably the report concluded that the perception that there were a signiﬁcant number of ethnic ‘gangs’ with some sort of formal hierarchy and criminal objectives appeared spurious (although some gang activity, particularly related to drug distribution was clearly evident). One interesting ﬁnding was that even the young people surveyed found it difﬁcult to comprehend what was meant by a ‘gang’ – and that there was a common conﬂation between being a member of a gang and being a member of some other social group with common ethnicity of members (such as a simple group of friends).
Racist Victimization by John Winterdyk and Georgios Antonopoulos