Substantive issues in criminal law (Ashgate (Firm))
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1. Distinguishing sex from sexual violation : consent, negotiation and freedom to negotiate / Tanya Palmer 2. Relational autonomy and consent / Jonathan Herring 3. The relationship between capacity and consent / Claire de Than and Jesse Elvin 4. Attacks on the mind and the legal limits of the seduction industry / Gavin Byrne and John Child 5. Consenting to personal injury / William Wilson 6. Assault, strangulation and murder : challenging the sexual libido consent defence narrative / Susan S.M. Edwards 7. Contributory negligence and consent / Verity Adams 8. Caveat amator : transmission of HIV and the parameters of consent and bad character evidence / Alan Reed and Emma Smith 9. Deciding to die and help with dying : what can and cannot be done in England and Wales / G.R. Sullivan 10. The 'higher' age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation / Alisdair Gillespie and Suzanne Ost 11. Consent : revisiting the exemption for contact sports / Mark James 12. Finding free agreement : the meaning of consent in sexual offences in Scots criminal law / Claire McDiarmid 13. Consent in Irish law / John Stannard 14. South Africa / Gerhard Kemp 15. Australia / Mirko Bagaric 16. Germany / Kai Ambos and Stefanie Bock 17. Islamic law / Mohammad Hedeyati-Kakhki 18. The Netherlands / Anne Postma 19. New Zealand / Julia Tolmie 20. United States of America / Vera Bergelson 21. Turkey / R. Murat Onok 22. France / Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos and Raphaele Parizot 23. Spain / Mario Maraver Gomez and Manuel Cancio Melia 24. Sweden / Petter Asp and Magnus Ulvang.