Should we consent? : rape law reform in South Africa / edited by Lilian Artz, Dee Smythe.
Contributor(s): Artz, Lillian | Smythe, Dee.Material type: BookPublisher: Cape Town : Juta, c2008Description: xi, 286 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780702179389; 0702179388.Subject(s): Rape -- South Africa | Rape victims -- South Africa | Law reform -- South AfricaDDC classification: 362.883
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Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction: should we consent? -- The politics of a definition -- Rape and HIV/AIDS: who's protecting whom? -- Getting somewhere slowly: the revision of a few evidence rules -- The personal is the political: disclosure of rape complainants personal records -- The psycho-social impact of rape and its implications for expert evidence in rape trials -- Children and sexual offences -- Half-hearted HIV-related services for victims -- Policing sexual offences: policies, practices and potential pitfalls -- Sentencing and management of sexual offenders -- Claims and entitlements or smoke and mirrors? Victims rights in the Sexual Offences Act.