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Intro into Sociology: Disability Hate Crime

by: Taylor O'Toole

Intro into Sociology: Disability Hate Crime SOC1010-002

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Sherry's research of Disability Hate Crimes
Introductory Sociology
Mark Sherry
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Taylor O'Toole on Friday February 26, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SOC1010-002 at University of Toledo taught by Mark Sherry in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Introductory Sociology in Sociology at University of Toledo.


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Date Created: 02/26/16
Disability Hate Crime How do you define a bias crime? ­ It’s a criminal act motivated in part or whole by a particular identity of the victim ­ Bias crime could not be a hate crime  Bias Crime ­ Katholeen R. Toeder ­ Steals more than $25,000 in antiques ­ Person she was stealing from a person dying from  cancer ­ 6 months in prison ­ Matthew Taylor ­ Steals $200,000  ­ Person he stole from a person was also dying from  cancer ­ 30 days in jail and possible probation Destruction rather than theft of property, hyperviolent behavior, sexual violence, repeat  victimization, and lack of reporting are elements of disability hate crimes ­ Other elements of disability hate crimes ­ Confessions by the perpetrators ­ Involves multiple perpetrators ­ hyperviolent ­ hypersexual Disability institutions are common locations for disability hate crime Anti­disability hatred is often assorted with sadistic fantasies to kill the disabilities  Social networks are common place for anti­disabilities hatred  How to respond ­ Acknowledge that people with disabilities are survivors/victims  ­ Community interventions ­ Awareness Training ­ Disability specific training ­ Improve support  ­ Better background checks for careers ­ Improved reporting procedures  ­ Include multiple motivations


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