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Constructing Crime: Contemporary Processes of Criminalization Books (2010)
Constructing Crime examines the central question: Why do we define and enforce particular behaviours as crimes and target particular individuals as criminals? To answer this question, contributors interrogate notions of crime, processes of criminalization, and ...
A Curriculum Package on Wife Abuse for Law Faculties Books (1992)
This publication was commissioned by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities, to create a collection of materials suitable for a curriculum on wife abuse for law faculties. The materials were prepared by Professors Janet Mosher, ...
Research Papers, Working Papers, Conference Papers (1)
Grounding Access to Justice Theory and Practice in the Experiences of Women Abused by Their Intimate Partners Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice (2015)
For women seeking to extricate themselves from the web of entrapment woven together by the multiple threads that make up the coercive control repertoire of their abusive intimate partners, it is often difficult to avoid ...
Lessons in Access to Justice: Racialized Youths in Ontario's Safe Schools Osgoode Hall Law Journal (2008)
Access to justice is often equated with access to institutionalized dispute resolution processes, and the objective barriers that hinder such access-costs and delay most particularly-are commonly identified as the primary objects of reform efforts. In ...
Legal Education: Nemesis or Ally of Social Movements? Osgoode Hall Law Journal (1997)
There is much in legal education which contributes to lawyering practices that are fundamentally at odds with the formation of social movements. These practices include the "individualization" of client problems; the reshaping of the realities ...