SOCIOL 4508 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Militia Organizations In The United States, Aryan Nations, Sexual Orientation

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Ii: in 1999, only 17 hate-motivated murders reported to the fbi. _schools and colleges_: __race_ was the most common basis for committing a hate offense against a victim, with anti-black attacks most likely to occur and anti- Not unlike a gang or a cult, the organized hate group comes to represent the family of a newly recruited member. Typically, the members of organized hate groups have lacked a sense of belonging they aren"t getting along with their parents, can"t make it at school with their peers, and are forced to take dead-end jobs, at best. But in these groups, they gain what has been missing in their lives a sense of belonging and a vague feeling of their own importance: hatemongers espouse hate and violence, but their underlying motivation is more complex. Acting in a group rather than alone reduces any feeling of _responsibility_.

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