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Hate Crime Law Professor Valerie Jenness UCI Professor

Hate Crime Law Professor Valerie Jenness Criminology Department Boundaries of Hate Crime Law Professor Valerie Jenness from Valerie Jenness Principles underlying an evolving body of hate crime law, indicating how disabilities, as a status provision, might “fit” within its basic parameters. This article describes the general framework and principles underlying an evolving body of hate crime… (read more)

Valerie Jenness UCI Professor Criminology Social Ecology

Valerie Jenness UCI Professor Criminology Social Ecology Valerie Jenness UCI Professor Department Criminology, Law and Society from Valerie Jenness In today’s modern society, it is undeniable that discrimination is still existent. From workplaces to public spaces, a lot are still discriminated, especially transgender. This extends all the way to prisons. There is a growing debate… (read more)

Valerie Jenness – Hate Crimes – Britannica

Valerie Jenness – Hate Crimes – Britannica Valerie Jenness | Hate Crime | Britannica by Valerie Jenness on Scribd   Valerie Jenness on Hate Crime – Harassment, intimidation, or physical violence that is motivated by a bias against characteristics of the victim considered integral to his social identity, such as his race, ethnicity, or religion…. (read more)

Global Climate Change Coastal Communities

Global climate change is being felt in many coastal communities of the United States, not always in the form of big weather disasters but as a steady drip, drip, drip of nuisance flooding. According to researchers at the University of California, Irvine, rising sea levels will cause these smaller events to become increasingly frequent in… (read more)

Global Climate Change Costal Communities

Global climate change is being felt in many coastal communities of the United States, not always in the form of big weather disasters but as a steady drip, drip, drip of nuisance flooding. According to researchers at the University of California, Irvine, rising sea levels will cause these smaller events to become increasingly frequent in… (read more)

Scholarship Established to Honor Professor Appleton

Scholarship Established to Honor Professor Laura L. Appleton   Central Washington University professor of Sociology Laura L. Appleton wanted to make sure students like her had opportunities for continued education. With that in mind, the family and friends of the late educator have donated $400,000 to establish the Laura L. Appleton Endowment for Graduate Study… (read more)