|Appears in Collections:||Law and Philosophy Journal Articles|
|Title:||Submission of Evidence to Scottish Government Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation on Online & Gender Based Hate|
|Other Titles:||Bracadale Review Evidence on Online and Gender Based Hate|
|Citation:||Barker K & Jurasz O (2017) Submission of Evidence to Scottish Government Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation on Online & Gender Based Hate. University of Stirling.|
|Abstract:||This submission responds to the Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislaiton in Scotland https://consult.gov.scot/hate-crime/independent-review-of-hate-crime-legislation/. The evidence in this submission is exclusively focussed on consideration of online hate and, more specifically, suggests that online misogyny should be viewed as a form of online hate. As such, this submission does not aim to answer all of the questions posed by the Review. Rather, the evidence presented here focuses on selected aspects of the consultation: 1) Online Hate Crime (Chapter 6), and 2) The Extension of the Law to Other Groups (Chapter 8).|
|Rights:||Authors retain copyright. Proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details should be given.|
|Notes:||Submitted via email 20 November 2017|
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