Models of Inter-Racial Offending: An Evaluation
Diamond, Mark R
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Reidpath, D.D. and Diamond, M.R. (1998) ‘Models of inter-racial offending: an evaluation’, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 31(1), pp. 27–37. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1177/000486589803100103.
Inter-racial offending, and the related question of racial motivation for criminal assault, is an important area of criminological research. It is a sensitive issue, however, which requires veridical models and accurate interpretation. Three models of inter-racial offending which have been previously described in the literature are contrasted and their difficulties of interpretation are discussed.