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Consistently Revealing the Inconsistencies: The Construction of Fear in the Criminal Law
|Title:||Consistently Revealing the Inconsistencies: The Construction of Fear in the Criminal Law|
|Authors:||Camille A. Nelson|
|Publisher:||Saint Louis University Law Journal|
|Citation:||Camille A. Nelson, Consistently Revealing the Inconsistencies: The Construction of Fear in the Criminal Law, 48 St. Louis U. L.J. 1261 (2004).|
|Abstract:||For purposes of this essay, I will focus upon my attempts to have Criminal Law students problematize the criminal law reasonable person. For illustrative purposes, I will focus upon two areas in the criminal law, rape and self-defense, in which the inconsistency, if not the irrationality, of the use of the reasonable person reveals the undercurrents of negative associations of both gender and racial identity constructs.|
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Nelson, Camille (Dean)|
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