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A Custody System Free Of Gender Preferences And Consistent With The Best Interests Of The Child: Suggestions For A More Protective And Equitable Custody System, Shannon Dean Sexton Jan 2000

A Custody System Free Of Gender Preferences And Consistent With The Best Interests Of The Child: Suggestions For A More Protective And Equitable Custody System, Shannon Dean Sexton

Kentucky Law Journal

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A Little Privacy, Please: Should We Punish Parents For Teenage Sex?, Susan S. Kuo Jan 2000

A Little Privacy, Please: Should We Punish Parents For Teenage Sex?, Susan S. Kuo

Kentucky Law Journal

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Stalking: Cultural, Clinical, And Legal Considerations, Carol E. Jordan, Karen Quinn, Bradley O. Jordan, Celia R. Daileader Jan 2000

Stalking: Cultural, Clinical, And Legal Considerations, Carol E. Jordan, Karen Quinn, Bradley O. Jordan, Celia R. Daileader

Office for Policy Studies on Violence Against Women Publications

Crimes of violence against women are unique in their treatment by our culture and our system of legal justice. Both culturally and statutorily, victims of crimes which have historically been perpetrated against women, such as rape, domestic violence, and stalking have received significant focus. This article highlights cultural considerations and provides a statutory and case law analysis.