Professor Gail Mason

LLB (UQ) DipCrim (Melbourne) MA (SUNJ) PhD (La Trobe)
Professor of Criminology

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0326
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

Website Australian Hate Crime Network
Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Biographical details

Gail Mason is Professor of Criminology at the University of Sydney. Gail’s research centres on crime, social justice and exclusion, particularly: racist and homophobic violence; hate crime law and punishment; and the legal construction of hatred. She is co-ordinator of the Australian Hate Crime Network and Chief Investigator on the ARC funded Hate Crime Law and Justice Project which is undertaking an international comparison of hate crime laws. She is also involved in funded research exploring cyber-racism, the policing of prejudice motivated crime and resilience amongst former-refugee communities in Australia. She was Director of the Sydney Institute of Criminology from 2008-2012.

Gail has conducted research at/for the Victorian Department of Justice, NSW Anti-Discrimination Board, the Australian Human Rights Commission, the London Metropolitan Police Service, the Scottish Equality and Human Rights Commission and the NSW Attorney-General’s Department. She is Executive Editor of Current Issues in Criminal Justice, Associate Editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology and Series Editor for the Sydney Institute of Criminology Monograph Series. Gail is currently the NSW representative on the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Management Committee and sits on the Corrective Services NSW Ethics Committee.

In 2008 Gail was awarded the Allen Bartholomew Award for the best article published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology. In 2009 she delivered the distinguished JV Barry Memorial Lecture in Criminology at the University of Melbourne. Gail has previously worked in Gender Studies at the University of Sydney, in Criminology at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and at the Australian Institute of Criminology.

Research interests

  • Hate crime, homophobic violence and racist violence
  • Hate crime law
  • Feminist and poststructural theory
  • Law and emotion
  • Gender, sexuality and law

Teaching and supervision

  • Criminal Law
  • Criminology
  • Hate Crime
  • Crime, Research and Policy I
  • Explaining Punishment

Awards and honours

  • Vice-President, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
  • Editorial Board, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology
  • Editorial Board, Current Issues in Criminal Justice

Selected grants

2013

  • Cyber-racism and community resilience; Mason G; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2011

  • Hate Crime Laws and Justice; Mason G, Moran L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Targeted crime: policing and social inclusion; Pickering S, Mason G, McCulloch J, Maher J, Mazerolle L, Wickes R, Pope J, Dickinson A, Sargent L, Ballek D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Mason, G. (2002). The Spectacle of Violence: Homophobia, Gender, and Knowledge. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Mason, G., Wilson, P. (1991). Sport, Recreation and Juvenile Crime. Australia: Australian Institute of Criminology.
  • Mason, G. (1990). Youth Suicide in Australia: Prevention Strategies. Australia: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Edited Books

  • Bolitho, J., Bruce, J., Mason, G. (2012). Restorative Justice: Adults and Emerging Practice. Australia: Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney.
  • Mason, G., Tomsen, S. (1997). Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.

Book Chapters

  • Mason, G. (2014). Legislating Against Hate. In Nathan Hall, Abbee Corb, Paul Giannasi, John Grieve (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook on Hate Crime. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Mason, G., Maher, J., McCulloch, J. (2014). Policing Prejudice Motivated Crime: A Research Case Study. In Neil Chakraborti, J. Garland (Eds.), Hate Crime Scholarship and Policy, (pp. 201-215). United Kingdom: The Policy Press.
  • Mason, G. (2013). It Is Crime, Not Racism: Victimization of Indian Students in Australia. In K. Jaishankar, Natti Ronel (Eds.), Global Criminology: Crime and Victimization in a Globalized Era, (pp. 241-252). Boca Raton, USA: CRC Press.
  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2012). Feminist Approaches to Criminological Research. In D Gadd, S Karstedt & S Messner (eds)` (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods, (pp. 486-499). United Kingdom: Sage Publications.
  • Bruce, J., Mason, G., Bolitho, J. (2012). Restorative Justice: from Juveniles to Adults. In Jane Bolitho, Jasmine Bruce, Gail Mason (Eds.), Restorative Justice: Adults and Emerging Practice. Australia: Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney.
  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2011). Feminist Criminological Research and the Meanings of Violence. In L Bartels & K Richards (Eds.), Qualitative Criminology: Stories from the field, (pp. 155-166). Sydney: Hawkins Press.
  • Mason, G., Robson, R. (2011). Hate Crime and the Image of the Stranger. In Ruthann Robson (Eds.), Sexuality and Law Volume 11: Crime and Punishment, (pp. 329-352). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Body Maps: Envisaging Homophobia, Violence and Safety. In Paul Iganski (Eds.), The Harm of Hate Crime. United Kingdom: Polity Press.
  • Mason, G. (2008). Hate Crime. In Thalia Anthony and Chris Cunneen (Eds.), The Critical Criminology Companion, (pp. 180-190). Sydney, Australia: Hawkins Press.
  • Mason, G. (2007). The Reconstruction of Hate Language. In Katherine Gelber & Adrienne Stone (Eds.), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia, (pp. 34-58). Annandale: Federation Press.
  • Mason, G., Moran, L. (2006). Not Our Kind of Hate Crime. In Leslie J. Moran (Eds.), Sexuality and Identity, International Library of Essays in Law and Society, (pp. 389-414). United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Weisburd, D., Petrosino, A., Mason, G. (2005). Design sensitivity in criminal justice experiments. In S Bushway, D Weisburd (Eds.), Quantitative Methods in Criminology, (pp. 121-163). United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Mason, G. (2005). Who is a Stranger? Victim-Suspect Relationships in Racist and Homophobic Harassment in the United Kingdom. In BeÌ�neÌ�dicte Deschamps et Michel Prum (Eds.), Tuer l'autre : violence raciste, ethnique, religieuse et homophobe dans l'aire anglophone (Killing the Other), (pp. 149-158). Paris: L'Harmattan.
  • Mason, G. (2000). Managing Safety. In K. Brass, J. Byron R. Walker (Eds.), Anatomies of Violence, (pp. 74-86). Australia: Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sydney.
  • Mason, G. (1997). Heterosexed Violence: Typicality and ambiguity. In Gail Mason, Stephen A. Tomsen (Eds.), Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.
  • Tomsen, S., Mason, G. (1997). Introduction: Homophobic Violence. In Gail Mason, Stephen A. Tomsen (Eds.), Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.

Journals

  • Mason, G. (2014). The symbolic purpose of hate crime law: Ideal victims and emotion. Theoretical Criminology, 18(1), 75-92. [More Information]
  • Mason, G. (2014). Victim Attributes in Hate Crime Law: Difference and the Politics of Justice. The British Journal of Criminology, 54(2), 161-179. [More Information]
  • Mason, G., Dyer, A. (2013). 'A Negation of Australia's Fundamental Values': Sentencing Prejudice-Motivated Crime. Melbourne University Law Review, 36(3), 871-914.
  • Mason, G., Pulvirenti, M. (2013). Former Refugees and Community Resilience: 'Papering Over' Domestic Violence. The British Journal of Criminology, 53(3), 401-418. [More Information]
  • Mason, G. (2012). 'I am Tomorrow': Violence Against Indian Students in Australia and Political Denial. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(1), 4-25. [More Information]
  • Mason, G. (2012). Naming the 'R' Word in Racial Victimization: Violence against Indian students in Australia. International Review of Victimology, 18(1), 39-56. [More Information]
  • Mason, G. (2011). Punishing Prejudice and Hatred. Precedent, 102, 10-14.
  • Pulvirenti, M., Mason, G. (2011). Resilience and Survival: Refugee Women and Violence. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 23(1), 37-52.
  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2010). Beyond Prison: Women, Incarceration and Justice?: Introduction. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 22(2), 189-192.
  • Mason, G. (2010). R v Gouros: Interpreting Motivation Under Victoria's New Hate Crime Laws. Criminal Law Journal, 34(5), 323-327.
  • Mason, G. (2010). Violence Against Indian Students in Australia: A Question of Dignity. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 21(3), 461-466.
  • Mason, G. (2009). 2009 J.V. Barry Memorial Lecture: The Penal Politics of Hatred. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 42(3), 275-286.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Author Response. Alternative Law Journal, 34(4), 259.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Hate Crime Laws in Australia: Are They Achieving Their Goals? Criminal Law Journal, 33(6), 326-340.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Prejudice and Paedophilia in Hate Crime Laws: Dunn v R. Alternative Law Journal, 34(4), 253-256.
  • Mason, G., Lo, T. (2009). Sexual Tourism and the Excitement of the Strange: Heterosexuality and the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade. Sexualities: studies in culture and society, 12(1), 97-121.
  • Mason, G. (2007). Hate Crime as Moral Category: Lessons from the Snowtown Case. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 40(3), 249-271.
  • Mason, G. (2006). Fear and Hope: Author's Response, Symposium on 'The Spectacle of Violence: Homphobia, Gender and Knowledge' by Gail Mason. Hypatia: a journal of feminist philosophy, 21(2), 196-206.
  • Mason, G. (2006). The Book at a Glance, Symposium on 'The Spectacle of Violence: Homphobia, Gender and Knowledge' by Gail Mason. Hypatia: a journal of feminist philosophy, 21(2), 174-178.
  • Mason, G. (2006). Touring in Safety. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 18(2), 185-201.
  • Mason, G. (2005). A Picture of Hate Crime: Racial and Homophobic Harassment in the United Kingdom. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 17(1), 79-95.
  • Mason, G. (2005). Being Hated: stranger or familiar? Social and Legal Studies, 14(4), 585-605.
  • Mason, G., Chapman, A. (2005). Defining Sexual Harassment: A History of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques. ICFAI Journal of Employment Law, 3(2), 20-44.
  • Mason, G. (2005). Hate Crime and the Image of the Stranger. The British Journal of Criminology, 45(6), 837-859.
  • Mason, G., Chapman, A. (2003). Defining Sexual Harassment: A History of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques. Federal Law Review, 31(1), 195-224.
  • Mason, G. (2002). Harm. Harassment and Sexuality. Melbourne University Law Review, 26, 596-622.
  • Mason, G. (2002). Recognition and Reformulation. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 13(3), 251-268.
  • Mason, G. (2001). Body Maps: Envisaging Homophobia, Violence and Safety. Social and Legal Studies, 10, 23-44.
  • Mason, G. (2001). Engendering homophobia: violence, sexuality and gender conformity. Journal of Sociology, 37, 257-273.
  • Mason, G. (2001). Not our kind of hate crime. Law and Critique, 12(3), 253-278.

Edited Journals

  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2010). Current Issues in Criminal Justice: Beyond Prison: Women, Incarceration and Justice? Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 22(2).
  • Mason, G. (2004). Current Issues in Criminal Justice. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 16(2).
  • Morgan, W., Mason, G., Sharpe, A. (2002). Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 11.
  • Morgan, W., Mason, G., Sharpe, A. (2001). Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 10.
  • Morgan, W., Mason, G., Sharpe, A. (2000). Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 9.

Conferences

  • Mason, G. (2014). The Hate Threshold: Emotion, causation and difference in the construction of prejudice motivated crime. British Society of Criminology (BSC) Conference 2014 - Crime, Justice, Welfare: Can the Metropole listen?, Liverpool, England: Presentation.
  • Mason, G. (2011). Denying the Obvious: Racist Violence and Indian Students in Australia. First International Conference of the South Asian Society for Criminology and Victimology (SASCV), Tirunelveli, India: South Asian Society for Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) & Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University.
  • Pulvirenti, M., Mason, G. (2011). Refugee Women's Experiences of Violence and Resilience: Early Explorations. Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2010 ANZCCC, Sydney: Sydney Institute of Criminology.
  • Lee, M., Mason, G., Milivojevic, S. (2011). The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2010, Proceedings. The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference (ANZCC) 2010, Australia: Sydney Institute of Criminology.
  • Tomsen, S., Mason, G. (2004). Rethinking Hatred and Studying the Contradictions of Sexual Prejudice. TASA Conference, Melbourne (Published on CD-ROM. ISBN: 0-9598460-4-2): TASA.

Report

  • Mason, G., Bargen, J. (2010). Rehabilitation Programmes in Australia and New Zealand: Rehabilitation of Hate Crime/Targeted Offenders.
  • Schwartzkoff, J., Wilczynski, A., Ross, S., Smith, J., Mason, G., Thomas, D., Nicholson, B. (2003). 'You Shouldn’t Have to Hide to be Safe’: A Report on Homophobic Hostilities and Violence against Gay Men and Lesbians in New South Wales.
  • Mason, G. (2003). An Exploratory Study of Allegations of Racial and Homophobic Harassment Recorded by the Metropolitan Police Service, January-June 2001.
  • Mason, G., Chapman, A. (2003). Defining Sexual Harassment: A History of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques.

2014

  • Mason, G. (2014). Legislating Against Hate. In Nathan Hall, Abbee Corb, Paul Giannasi, John Grieve (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook on Hate Crime. United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Mason, G., Maher, J., McCulloch, J. (2014). Policing Prejudice Motivated Crime: A Research Case Study. In Neil Chakraborti, J. Garland (Eds.), Hate Crime Scholarship and Policy, (pp. 201-215). United Kingdom: The Policy Press.
  • Mason, G. (2014). The Hate Threshold: Emotion, causation and difference in the construction of prejudice motivated crime. British Society of Criminology (BSC) Conference 2014 - Crime, Justice, Welfare: Can the Metropole listen?, Liverpool, England: Presentation.
  • Mason, G. (2014). The symbolic purpose of hate crime law: Ideal victims and emotion. Theoretical Criminology, 18(1), 75-92. [More Information]
  • Mason, G. (2014). Victim Attributes in Hate Crime Law: Difference and the Politics of Justice. The British Journal of Criminology, 54(2), 161-179. [More Information]

2013

  • Mason, G., Dyer, A. (2013). 'A Negation of Australia's Fundamental Values': Sentencing Prejudice-Motivated Crime. Melbourne University Law Review, 36(3), 871-914.
  • Mason, G., McCulloch, J., Maher, J. (2013), Evidence Requirements for Establishing Prejudice Motivated Crime: Background, Contexts, and Objectives. , , , 1-39.
  • Mason, G., Pulvirenti, M. (2013). Former Refugees and Community Resilience: 'Papering Over' Domestic Violence. The British Journal of Criminology, 53(3), 401-418. [More Information]
  • Mason, G. (2013). It Is Crime, Not Racism: Victimization of Indian Students in Australia. In K. Jaishankar, Natti Ronel (Eds.), Global Criminology: Crime and Victimization in a Globalized Era, (pp. 241-252). Boca Raton, USA: CRC Press.

2012

  • Mason, G. (2012). 'I am Tomorrow': Violence Against Indian Students in Australia and Political Denial. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(1), 4-25. [More Information]
  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2012). Feminist Approaches to Criminological Research. In D Gadd, S Karstedt & S Messner (eds)` (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods, (pp. 486-499). United Kingdom: Sage Publications.
  • Mason, G. (2012). Naming the 'R' Word in Racial Victimization: Violence against Indian students in Australia. International Review of Victimology, 18(1), 39-56. [More Information]
  • Bolitho, J., Bruce, J., Mason, G. (2012). Restorative Justice: Adults and Emerging Practice. Australia: Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney.
  • Bruce, J., Mason, G., Bolitho, J. (2012). Restorative Justice: from Juveniles to Adults. In Jane Bolitho, Jasmine Bruce, Gail Mason (Eds.), Restorative Justice: Adults and Emerging Practice. Australia: Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney.
  • Mason, G., McCulloch, J., Maher, J. (2012), The Victoria Police Prejudice Motivated Crime Strategy: Contexts, Aims & Comparisons. , , , 1-33.

2011

  • Mason, G. (2011). Denying the Obvious: Racist Violence and Indian Students in Australia. First International Conference of the South Asian Society for Criminology and Victimology (SASCV), Tirunelveli, India: South Asian Society for Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) & Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University.
  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2011). Feminist Criminological Research and the Meanings of Violence. In L Bartels & K Richards (Eds.), Qualitative Criminology: Stories from the field, (pp. 155-166). Sydney: Hawkins Press.
  • Mason, G., Robson, R. (2011). Hate Crime and the Image of the Stranger. In Ruthann Robson (Eds.), Sexuality and Law Volume 11: Crime and Punishment, (pp. 329-352). United Kingdom: Ashgate.
  • Mason, G. (2011). Punishing Prejudice and Hatred. Precedent, 102, 10-14.
  • Pulvirenti, M., Mason, G. (2011). Refugee Women's Experiences of Violence and Resilience: Early Explorations. Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2010 ANZCCC, Sydney: Sydney Institute of Criminology.
  • Iganski, P., Smith, D., Dixon, L., Kielinger, V., Mason, G., McDevitt, J., Perry, B., Stelman, A., Bargen, J., Lagou, S., et al (2011), Rehabilitation of hate crime offenders: Research Report Spring 2011. , , , 1-56.
  • Pulvirenti, M., Mason, G. (2011). Resilience and Survival: Refugee Women and Violence. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 23(1), 37-52.
  • Lee, M., Mason, G., Milivojevic, S. (2011). The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2010, Proceedings. The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference (ANZCC) 2010, Australia: Sydney Institute of Criminology.

2010

  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2010). Beyond Prison: Women, Incarceration and Justice?: Introduction. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 22(2), 189-192.
  • Mason, G., Stubbs, J. (2010). Current Issues in Criminal Justice: Beyond Prison: Women, Incarceration and Justice? Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 22(2).
  • Mason, G. (2010). R v Gouros: Interpreting Motivation Under Victoria's New Hate Crime Laws. Criminal Law Journal, 34(5), 323-327.
  • Mason, G., Bargen, J. (2010). Rehabilitation Programmes in Australia and New Zealand: Rehabilitation of Hate Crime/Targeted Offenders.
  • Mason, G. (2010). Violence Against Indian Students in Australia: A Question of Dignity. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 21(3), 461-466.

2009

  • Mason, G. (2009). 2009 J.V. Barry Memorial Lecture: The Penal Politics of Hatred. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 42(3), 275-286.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Author Response. Alternative Law Journal, 34(4), 259.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Body Maps: Envisaging Homophobia, Violence and Safety. In Paul Iganski (Eds.), The Harm of Hate Crime. United Kingdom: Polity Press.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Hate Crime Laws in Australia: Are They Achieving Their Goals? Criminal Law Journal, 33(6), 326-340.
  • Mason, G. (2009). Prejudice and Paedophilia in Hate Crime Laws: Dunn v R. Alternative Law Journal, 34(4), 253-256.
  • Mason, G., Lo, T. (2009). Sexual Tourism and the Excitement of the Strange: Heterosexuality and the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade. Sexualities: studies in culture and society, 12(1), 97-121.

2008

  • Mason, G. (2008). Hate Crime. In Thalia Anthony and Chris Cunneen (Eds.), The Critical Criminology Companion, (pp. 180-190). Sydney, Australia: Hawkins Press.

2007

  • Mason, G. (2007). Hate Crime as Moral Category: Lessons from the Snowtown Case. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 40(3), 249-271.
  • Mason, G. (2007). The Reconstruction of Hate Language. In Katherine Gelber & Adrienne Stone (Eds.), Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia, (pp. 34-58). Annandale: Federation Press.

2006

  • Mason, G. (2006). Fear and Hope: Author's Response, Symposium on 'The Spectacle of Violence: Homphobia, Gender and Knowledge' by Gail Mason. Hypatia: a journal of feminist philosophy, 21(2), 196-206.
  • Mason, G., Moran, L. (2006). Not Our Kind of Hate Crime. In Leslie J. Moran (Eds.), Sexuality and Identity, International Library of Essays in Law and Society, (pp. 389-414). United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Mason, G. (2006). The Book at a Glance, Symposium on 'The Spectacle of Violence: Homphobia, Gender and Knowledge' by Gail Mason. Hypatia: a journal of feminist philosophy, 21(2), 174-178.
  • Mason, G. (2006). Touring in Safety. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 18(2), 185-201.

2005

  • Mason, G. (2005). A Picture of Hate Crime: Racial and Homophobic Harassment in the United Kingdom. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 17(1), 79-95.
  • Mason, G. (2005). Being Hated: stranger or familiar? Social and Legal Studies, 14(4), 585-605.
  • Mason, G., Chapman, A. (2005). Defining Sexual Harassment: A History of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques. ICFAI Journal of Employment Law, 3(2), 20-44.
  • Weisburd, D., Petrosino, A., Mason, G. (2005). Design sensitivity in criminal justice experiments. In S Bushway, D Weisburd (Eds.), Quantitative Methods in Criminology, (pp. 121-163). United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Mason, G. (2005). Hate Crime and the Image of the Stranger. The British Journal of Criminology, 45(6), 837-859.
  • Mason, G. (2005). Who is a Stranger? Victim-Suspect Relationships in Racist and Homophobic Harassment in the United Kingdom. In BeÌ�neÌ�dicte Deschamps et Michel Prum (Eds.), Tuer l'autre : violence raciste, ethnique, religieuse et homophobe dans l'aire anglophone (Killing the Other), (pp. 149-158). Paris: L'Harmattan.

2004

  • Mason, G. (2004). Current Issues in Criminal Justice. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 16(2).
  • Tomsen, S., Mason, G. (2004). Rethinking Hatred and Studying the Contradictions of Sexual Prejudice. TASA Conference, Melbourne (Published on CD-ROM. ISBN: 0-9598460-4-2): TASA.

2003

  • Schwartzkoff, J., Wilczynski, A., Ross, S., Smith, J., Mason, G., Thomas, D., Nicholson, B. (2003). 'You Shouldn’t Have to Hide to be Safe’: A Report on Homophobic Hostilities and Violence against Gay Men and Lesbians in New South Wales.
  • Mason, G. (2003). An Exploratory Study of Allegations of Racial and Homophobic Harassment Recorded by the Metropolitan Police Service, January-June 2001.
  • Mason, G., Chapman, A. (2003). Defining Sexual Harassment: A History of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques. Federal Law Review, 31(1), 195-224.
  • Mason, G., Chapman, A. (2003). Defining Sexual Harassment: A History of the Commonwealth Legislation and its Critiques.

2002

  • Morgan, W., Mason, G., Sharpe, A. (2002). Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 11.
  • Mason, G. (2002). Harm. Harassment and Sexuality. Melbourne University Law Review, 26, 596-622.
  • Mason, G. (2002). Recognition and Reformulation. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 13(3), 251-268.
  • Mason, G. (2002). The Spectacle of Violence: Homophobia, Gender, and Knowledge. United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2001

  • Morgan, W., Mason, G., Sharpe, A. (2001). Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 10.
  • Mason, G. (2001). Body Maps: Envisaging Homophobia, Violence and Safety. Social and Legal Studies, 10, 23-44.
  • Mason, G. (2001). Engendering homophobia: violence, sexuality and gender conformity. Journal of Sociology, 37, 257-273.
  • Mason, G. (2001). Not our kind of hate crime. Law and Critique, 12(3), 253-278.

2000

  • Morgan, W., Mason, G., Sharpe, A. (2000). Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal. Australasian Gay and Lesbian Law Journal, 9.
  • Mason, G. (2000). Managing Safety. In K. Brass, J. Byron R. Walker (Eds.), Anatomies of Violence, (pp. 74-86). Australia: Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sydney.

1997

  • Mason, G. (1997). Heterosexed Violence: Typicality and ambiguity. In Gail Mason, Stephen A. Tomsen (Eds.), Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.
  • Mason, G., Tomsen, S. (1997). Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.
  • Tomsen, S., Mason, G. (1997). Introduction: Homophobic Violence. In Gail Mason, Stephen A. Tomsen (Eds.), Homophobic Violence. Australia: Hawkins Press.

1991

  • Mason, G., Wilson, P. (1991). Sport, Recreation and Juvenile Crime. Australia: Australian Institute of Criminology.

1990

  • Mason, G. (1990). Youth Suicide in Australia: Prevention Strategies. Australia: Australian Institute of Criminology.

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