Criminalising coercive control : family violence and the criminal law / Marilyn McMahon, Paul McGorrery, editors.
- Singapore : Springer, 
xv, 260 pages ; 24 cm
- Family violence -- Law and legislation.
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I The Harms and Wrongs of Non-Physical Abuse
1. Criminalising Coercive Control: An Introduction / Paul McGorrery
2. The `Coercive Control Framework': Making Law Work for Women / Evan Stark
3. Economic Abuse and Family Violence Across Cultures: Gendering Money and Assets Through Coercive Control / Supriya Singh
4. Coercive Control and Intimate Partner Homicide / Danielle Tyson
pt. II Fixing a `Gap' in the Law?
5. An Alternative Means of Prosecuting Non-Physical Domestic Abuse: Are Stalking Laws an Under-Utilised Resource? / Kelley Burton
6. Evaluating Criminalisation as a Strategy in Relation to Non-Physical Family Violence / Julia Quilter
pt. III New Initiatives
7. Ahead of Their Time? The Offences of Economic and Emotional Abuse in Tasmania, Australia / Marilyn McMahon
8. From Social Construct to Legal Innovation: The Offence of Controlling or Coercive Behaviour in England and Wales / Cassandra Wiener
9. The Making of the New `Gold Standard': The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018 / Marsha Scott
pt. IV A Way Forward?
10. A Comparative Evaluation of Offences: Criminalising Abusive Behaviour in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland and Tasmania / Vanessa Bettinson
11. Coercive Control as the Context for Intimate Partner Violence: The Challenge for the Legal System / Jane Wangmann.
- McMahon, Marilyn (Law teacher) editor.
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