OSLS Vol 6, No 4 (2016): The Politics and Jurisprudence of Group Offending

01 Dec 2016

Issue edited by Anthony Amatrudo (Middlesex University. School of Law).

Anthony Amatrudo. Applying Analytic Reasoning to Clarify Intention and Responsibility in Joint Criminal Enterprise Cases. [+PDF]

Peter Squires. Voodoo Liability: Joint Enterprise Prosecution as an Aspect of Intensified Criminalisation. [+PDF]

Michael Welch. Clinical Torture: Drifting in the Atrocity Triangle. [+PDF]

Adam Edwards. Actors, Scripts, Scenes and Scenarios: Key Trends in Policy and Research on the Organisation of Serious Crimes. [+PDF]

Don Crewe. Gang: Culture. Eidos and Process. [+PDF]

Regina E. Rauxloh. Group Offending in Mass Atrocities: Proposing a Group Violence Strategies Model for International Crimes. [+PDF]

James Hardie-Bick. Escaping the Self: Identity, Group Identification and Violence. [+PDF]

Antje du Bois-Pedain: Violent Dynamics: Exploring Responsibility-Attribution for Harms Inflicted During Spontaneous Group Violence. [+PDF]