Criminalisation and Criminal Responsibility in Australia by Thomas CroftsCriminalisation and Criminal Responsibility in Australia by Thomas Crofts

Criminalisation and Criminal Responsibility in Australia

EditorThomas Crofts, Arlie Loughnan

Paperback | June 20, 2015

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Criminalisation and Criminal Responsibility in Australia brings together critical scholarship on the major issues in criminal law and justice in an historical context and in the current era. This edited collection includes high-profile scholars from across Australia. The collection representsa major contribution to criminal law scholarly, policy and other debates and will be suitable for use as a prescribed text in Advanced Criminal Law units in a law degree.
Thomas Crofts is Associate Professor at Sydney Law School, University of Sydney. Arlie Loughnan is Associate Professor at Sydney Law School, University of Sydney.
Title:Criminalisation and Criminal Responsibility in AustraliaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pagesPublished:June 20, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. Thomas Crofts and Arlie Loughnan: Introduction -2. David Brown: Constituting Physical and Fault Elements: A NSW Case Study3. Luke McNamara: Criminalisation research in Australia: Building a foundation for normative theorising and principled law reform4. Tanya Mitchell: Criminalisation, the development of the summary jurisdiction and Aboriginal people5. Melanie Schwartz: Criminalisation and Drugs: What Should We Do About Cannabis?6. Julia Quilter: Assault Causing Death Crimes as a Response to 'One Punch and Alcohol Fuelled Violence: A Critical Examination of Australian Laws77. Thomas Crofts: Criminalisation and Young People: How Should the Law Respond to Sexting?8. Alex Steele: Criminalisation and Technology: Whatas the Harm of Using Mobile Phones While Driving9. Gregor Urbas: Complicity in Cyberspace: Applying doctrines of accessorial liability to online groups10. Arlie Loughnan: In accordance with modern notionsa: Criminal Responsibility at the turn of the Twentieth Century11. Heather Douglas: Criminal Responsibility and Family Violence: The Relationship between (Feminist) Academic Critique and Judicial Decision-making12. Stella Tarrant: Criminal responsibility and Objective Fault Requirements: A Feminist Assessment of Reasonableness in Self-defence13. Penny Crofts: Home invasion, excessive force and self-defence in The Walking Dead14. Stephen Gray: The criminal law and nineteenth-century treatment of Aboriginal human remains15. David Hamer: Proof of serial child sexual abuse: Case-law developments and recidivism data16. Andrew Dyer: Pre-Crime control measures: anti-association law17. Louise Boon-Kuo: The Policing of Immigration: Raids, Citizenship and the Criminal Law18. Mark Findlay: Contemporary Challenges for the Delivery of International Criminal Justice: Where to the ICC