Hate Crime Analysis

Apr 16th, 2015
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Write a 1,050–1,250 word analysis in which you do the following: Provide a brief description as to what specific factors serve as the basis for victimization; for example, race, religion, or sexual orientation Identifyapplicable specific case examples. List restorative justice models that could be used for your chosen group. Explain the benefits and challenges of the use of restorative justice. Select a contemporary research instrument to measure the victimization of your chosen group. Provide rationale for your choice. Identify which of the criminological theories discussed in the course explain the victimization of this individual, group, or population. Provide rationale for the selection.

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Hate CrimeHate Crime AnalysisNameClassDateProfessor1Hate Crime2Hate Crime AnalysisThere have been many groups in society targeted because they are different. Hate crimes arecrimes motivated by a hatred for a person because they are from a different race, gender,religion, sexual orientation, age, or disability. Under the law anyone who commits a crime outof hatred will receive a more severe prison sentence. There have been many different groupstargeted in society and many have suffered at the hand of another more powerful group but inthis discussion the plight of the African American will be discussed. African Americans wereforced into slavery and when freed where treated with prejudice and hate.In America the treatment of African Americans was shameful. African Americans are notnative to America but instead were brought to America on ships after being stolen from theirhome country of Africa and sold into slavery. African Americans were sent to states in the Southand forced into labor. When females slaves had children either by force or choice, these childrenbecause the property of the slave owner and were sold. When African American slaves werefreed they continued to be treated like second class citizens and discriminated against. It was notuntil the Civil Rights Movement that positive steps were made to ensure the equal treatment ofAfrican Americans in American society.Even with Lincoln freeing the slaves and legislation being created in the

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