Social Inequalities – Minimizing the Occurrence of Hate Crimes

Hate crime offenders and their victims
A hate crime offender falls within the teenage and the middle age in most American societies. They are in most cases part of a larger anti-social group that targets victims from rival groups based on aspects like gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion and race. Most individuals involved in hate crimes commit bias-motivated violence to their victims based on personal characteristics such as different color, different appearance, different nationality, different religion and different language. Apparently, these individuals may also bear characteristic incidents of offensive letters, graffiti, bullying, damage to property, physical assault, harassment and verbal insults and abuses.

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