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Is 'hate crime' a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying?

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Is 'hate crime' a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying? / Hall, Nathan; Hayden, Carol.

In: International Journal on School Violence, No. 3, 04.2007, p. 3-24.

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Hall, N & Hayden, C 2007, 'Is 'hate crime' a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying?', International Journal on School Violence, no. 3, pp. 3-24.

APA

Hall, N., & Hayden, C. (2007). Is 'hate crime' a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying? International Journal on School Violence, (3), 3-24.

Vancouver

Hall N, Hayden C. Is 'hate crime' a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying? International Journal on School Violence. 2007 Apr;(3):3-24.

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Hall, Nathan ; Hayden, Carol. / Is 'hate crime' a relevant and useful way of conceptualising some forms of school bullying?. In: International Journal on School Violence. 2007 ; No. 3. pp. 3-24.

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