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Regulating Racism

Racial Vilification Laws in Australia (Sydney Institute of Criminology Monograph)

by Luke McNamara

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Published by Institute of Criminology, Sydney .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human rights,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Human Rights,
  • Politics / Current Events

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12065164M
    ISBN 101864874678
    ISBN 109781864874679
    OCLC/WorldCa51996845

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In Australia, this first challenge is well recognised (63) and it is not the aim Regulating Racism book this article to resolve it. In the last fifteen years, racial vilification laws have been passed in Australia by the Commonwealth and most states.

In Regulating Racism, Luke McNamara begins with a brief introduction to racial vilification and motivations for its regulation: multiculturalism, international obligations, specific local events, and its direct and indirect harms.

A thought-provoking and informative critique of Australia’s racial vilification laws, Regulating Racism avoids an overly legalistic approach. The book combines detailed information with ideological debate, within a broader social analysis of the need for racial vilification laws in a multicultural society.

Get this from a library. Regulating racism: racial vilification laws in Australia. [Luke McNamara; University of Sydney. Institute of Criminology.] -- Comprehensive examination of the history and current operation of federal, state and territorial racial vilification laws in Australia, evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of.

L. McNamara, Regulating Racism: Racial Vilification Laws in Australia (). Abstract This book examines the range of models of legal regulation which have been adopted in Australia to deal with various forms of racial vilification-including criminalisation, civil liability via the creation of statutory torts, and civil liability via the human.

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Regulating Racism evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of the various approaches to the legal regulation of racial vilification which have been utilised to date in Australia. It makes an important contribution to our understanding of the role and limits of racial vilification laws in a democratic multicultural society.

McNamara, Regulating Racism: Racial Vilification Laws in Australia (). Abstract This book examines the range of models of legal regulation which have been adopted in Australia to deal with various forms of racial vilification-including criminalisation, civil liability via the creation of statutory torts, and civil liability via the human Cited by: 9.

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These new regulations helped curb abuses that had. Cyber-racism poses a double challenge for effective regulation: A lack of consensus on how to define unacceptable expressions of racism; and the novel and unprecedented ways in which racism can. Regulating racism: racial vilification laws in Australia / Luke McNamara Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney Law School Sydney Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

How to Really Read Racist Books to Your Kids Openly discuss the existence of race and racism. (to quote one old comic of mine), I stop, close the book, and tell him that image is a product of prejudice, and that I think prejudice is wrong.

I try to answer any questions he has. Then I. Citation. Charles R. Lawrence III, If He Hollers Let Him Go: Regulating Racist Speech on Campus, D uke L aw J ournal () Available at: https Cited by: The word racism was used for the first time in the early s as a book title by the German physician and sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld ( to ).

There are two notions of racism. One is to discriminate and exclude on the basis of ethnicity, color, race or descent and is defined as racial discrimination in the United Nations Convention on. McNamara, L. J. (). Regulating Racism - Racial Vilification Laws in Australia.

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