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Research Strategy and Bibliography Compilation Exercise
The purpose of this assessment is to provide an opportunity for you to focus on the following core skills that are needed in writing a successful legal research paper:
(i) researching a legal problem;
(ii) formulating, structuring and summarising a legal argument; and
(iii) compiling and presenting a bibliography to an appropriate academic standard.
(i) a research diary which sets out your initial approach to your research and explains how it developed in response to any successes and setbacks that you encountered in finding the material upon which an essay answer would be based;
(ii) a summary of the argument that your answer would contain if you were to write it up as a full essay;
(iii) a skeleton plan which shows how you would structure your essay and organise the material upon which it would be based;
(iv) a bibliography of the sources that you would use, which contains full citation data and is set out in accordance with a recognised formatting convention.
In July 2016 Nottinghamshire Police announced that they had expanded their categories of hate crime to include misogynistic incidents; that is, behaviour targeted at a victim because of the perpetrator`s hatred of, or prejudice towards, women. As a result, uninvited sexual attention and unwanted verbal contact, such as catcalling or wolf-whistling in the street, can be reported to the police for investigation and support made available to victims.
Basing your answer on relevant academic literature and other supporting evidence, critically evaluate whether this decision of the Nottinghamshire Police is a positive step in the development of measures to combat hate crime. Give reasons for your view