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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 7 2

Jennifer Schweppe and Mark Austin Walters (eds) (2016) The Globalization of Hate: Internationalizing Hate Crime. Oxford University Press.

Abstract

Book review

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Author Biography

Adjunct Professor, School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Western Sydney University Adjunct Professor, School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology
Australia Australia

Professor Scott Poynting has a variety of research and teaching interests which include:
- Immigration, ethnicity, multiculturalism and racism
-‘Deviance’ and social control
-Class relations
-Maculinities
-Youth
-Education
He has co-authored, with Mike Donaldson, Ruling Class Men: Money, Sex, Power (Peter Lang, 2007); and with Greg Noble, Paul Tabar and Jock Collins, Bin Laden in the Suburbs: Criminalising the Arab Other (Institute of Criminology, 2004) and Kebabs, Kids, Cops and Crime: Youth, ethnicity and crime (Pluto Australia, 2000); and co-edited, with George Morgan, Outrageous! Moral panics in Australia (ACYS Publishing, 2007).