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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

Vol 6 No 3 (2017)

Published: 2017-09-01
Editorial
  • Special Edition: Limits and Prospects of Criminal Law Reform – Past, Present, Future
    1-7
    Thalia Anthony, Penny Crofts
Articles
  • ‘The Very Foundations of Any System of Criminal Justice’: Criminal Responsibility in the Australian Model Criminal Code
    8-24
    Arlie Loughnan
  • Blinded by the White: A Comparative Analysis of Jury Challenges on Racial Grounds
    25-46
    Thalia Anthony, Craig Longman
  • ‘Zero Tolerance’ Drug Driving Laws in Australia: A Gap Between Rationale and Form?
    47-71
    Julia Ann Quilter, Luke McNamara
  • Reforming Defences to Homicide in Victoria: Another Attempt to Address the Gender Question
    72-87
    Bronwyn Naylor, Danielle Tyson
  • Trauma and the Construction of Suffering in Irish Historical Child Sexual Abuse Prosecutions
    88-103
    Sinead Ring
  • Criminalising Institutional Failures to Prevent, Identify or React to Child Sexual Abuse
    104-122
    Penny Crofts
  • Judicial Responses to Alcohol-Fuelled Public Violence: The Loveridge Effect
    123-146
    Julia Ann Quilter
Book Reviews
  • Andrea Durbach, Brendan Edgeworth, Vicki Sentas (eds.) (2017) Law and Poverty in Australia: 40 Years after the Poverty Commission. Sydney: Federation Press.
    147-149
    Honni van rijswijk
Open Access Journal
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