Reforming defences to murder, an Australian case study

Tyson, D and Naylor, B 2019, 'Reforming defences to murder, an Australian case study' in Adrian Howe and Daniela Alaattinoglu (ed.) Contesting Femicide, Routledge, Oxon, United Kingdom, pp. 27-38.


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Title Reforming defences to murder, an Australian case study
Author(s) Tyson, D
Naylor, B
Year 2019
Title of book Contesting Femicide
Publisher Routledge
Place of publication Oxon, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Adrian Howe and Daniela Alaattinoglu
Start page 27
End page 38
Subjects Criminal Law and Procedure
Summary The chapter examines recent reforms to defences to murder in Victoria and critiques these in light of Carol Smart's analysis of the role and limitations of legislation in recognising issues of gender
Copyright notice © individual chapters, the authors
Keyword(s) homicide
defences
intimate partner violence
feminism
Victoria
ISBN 9781138478626
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