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Citations since 2017
5 Research Items
May 2021 - present
Stop Hate UK
March 2019 - August 2023
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary
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Students in higher education enter the university life with certain expectations, skill levels, and life experiences. They come from a variety of background including cultural differences. Research has highlighted many underlying factors of developing wellbeing difficulties within the higher education. However, it is less explored that to which ext...
International students stay in the UK for their education from as short as 6 month and as long as 4 years or more. They are often completely alien to the ongoing social issues, sensitivities, support systems, and the legislation. Coming from various backgrounds, they differ in language, ethnicity, and cultural backgrounds. However, hate crime awar...
The Police and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has adopted a definition for identifying hate crimes that heavily rely on the victim and witnesses' perception. This brings the topic of perception to the heart of the hate crime discourse. It is of particular importance to the anti-hate measures that are educational-based and focus on raising awar...
There is an argument that it is not clear whether all the victims of hate crime would have the same feelings, perception, responses, and attitudes towards hate crime. Therefore, including the perception of victims in hate crime recording procedure might miss many hate crimes that their victims or witnesses fail to identify them as such. Furthermor...