Chapter 5 Further reading

S. Cooper and M. James, ‘Entertainment - the painful process of rethinking consent’ [2012] Crim LR 188.

J. Horder, ‘Reconsidering psychic assault’ [1998] Crim LR 392.

P. Roberts, ‘Consent to injury: how far can you go?’ [1997] LQR 27.

L.P. Pickering and J.G. Francis, ‘Criminalizing health-related behaviors dangerous to others?’ Disease transmission, transmission-facilitation, and the importance of trust’ (2012) 6 Criminal Law and Philosophy 47.

J. Slater, ‘HIV, trust and the criminal law’ (2011) 75 JCL 309.

J. Tomlie, ‘Consent to harmful assaults: The case for moving away from category based decision making’ [2012] Crim LR 656.

S. Edwards, ‘Coercion and compulsion – re-imagining crimes and defences’ [2016] Crim LR 876.

M. Gibson, ‘Getting their "act" together? Implementing statutory reform of offences against the person’ [2017] Crim LR 597.

R. Williams, ‘Body modification and the limits of consent to injury’ (2019) 135 LQR 17.

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