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Jewish Hate Crimes

? Provide a brief description as to what specific factors serve as the basis for victimization towards Jewish people.

? Identify applicable case examples.

? List restorative justice models that could be used for Jewish people.

? Explain the benefits and challenges of the use of restorative justice.

? Select a contemporary research instrument to measure the victimization of the Jewish people.

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? Provide a brief description as to what specific factors serve as the basis for victimization towards Jewish people.

Specific factors serving as the impetus for Jewish hate crimes would be predicated upon anti-Semitic verbatim in collusion with physical violence, discrimination, and other forms of marginalization predicated upon the race and ethnicity of the person who is Jewish. In particular any crime that is violent in nature and committed against a Jew for the sole purpose of that person being Jewish would be construed as a hate crime, but many other forms of discrimination as I mentioned in this brief summary also constitute discrimination and victimization against Jews because of their religion, race, and culture.

? Identify applicable case examples.

The most known example is the Holocaust that resulted in the victimization and deaths of millions of Jewish people because of ...

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The expert provides a description of specific factors which serve as the basis for victimization towards Jewish people.

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