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Gender 'Hostility' Rape, And The Hate Crime Paradigm

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In commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day, Dr Mark Walters explores contemporary gendered sexual violence in the context of our understanding of ‘hate crime’.

Dr Walters is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Sussex University and co-founder of the International Network for Hate Studies.

He has published widely in the field of hate crime, focusing in particular on the criminalisation of hate-motivated offences, the use of restorative justice in hate crime cases, and criminological theories of causation.

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