"Researchers interested in the controversies surrounding hate crime and acts of terror will find useful observations using data and argument from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives. Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students through professionals."
"The editors of this dense, scholarly written three-volume compendium have done an excellent job of presenting multiple different facets of a complex and pressing global issue. With many in-text citations, the book offers various paths to relevant materials. VERDICT A strong choice for graduate school students or professors, this work is an ideal jumping-off point for any number of discussion topics."
"Hate crimes are increasing, fueled by growing intergroup tensions around the globe. Going beyond journalistic speculations, rigorous social science research and analysis are badly needed. Fortunately, this timely book series meets this urgent requirement. These volumes contribute new insights and offer important policy recommendations for ameliorating this tragic phenomenon."
"Bravo! A much-needed collection. Hate Crimes as Domestic Terrorism is an essential and timely contribution. Using a cultural and psychological lens, contributors frame hate crimes as domestic terrorism, both in the national and global arenas. Simply put, this excellent series is a must-read for anyone interested in building a safe society."
"Hate violence has been an important social issue for many decades, but as this book series reveals, its importance has grown immeasurably in recent years. Aggressive acts against people by virtue of their identification with a particular group tear at the social fabric. The psychological and social-behavioral sciences more generally can make useful contributions to our understanding of hate crimes and their more recent incarnation, terrorism. This series will prove invaluable in laying out the issues, the evidence, and future directions for disciplined inquiry and science-based social policy."
"Edward Dunbar, a long time, prolific, and noted author in the area of hate crimes, has edited an authoritative and exhaustive three volume resource on the topic of hate crimes as domestic terrorism. Dunbar and his colleagues have covered an impressive range of topics in the area of hate crimes from such diverse theoretical and disciplinary perspectives as social and clinical psychology, sociology and criminology, to name but a few of the backgrounds of the noted authors who have contributed to these volumes. These three volumes now constitute a 'gold standard' for authoritative information and thought provoking concepts in the area of hate crimes. It is most useful to have such a diverse and informative collection of writings easily accessible in this format. The books in this ambitious set are an entirely unique contribution to research and theory on hate crimes, and posit the challenging and engaging premise of how we conceptualize hate crimes and their relationship to acts of domestic terrorism. The volumes will be invaluable resources for researchers in the area, a 'must-have' for any library collection, and could form the basis of an excellent multidisciplinary graduate seminar on the topic of hate crimes."