Hate-crimes

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Hate is one of the most volatile forms of bigotry, with strong potential to lead to violent hate-crimes and other forms of persecution once it becomes established as the social norm in a group. (In Swedish: Hatbrott)


This facet of categorism is an expression of bigotry.


Interactions with other facets

Hate-crimes is likely to intersect with facets such as:

As well as with abstractions such as:

Examples of applying this facet to a particular foci of categorism can include:

  • Racism: A white supremacist group spreading hateful propaganda against people of color, escalating to incite violence.