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School of Law

The Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics - Volume 7

The seventh Manchester Review of Law, Crime and Ethics was published in October 2018.

Table of contents

  1. 'Out with the old, and in with the old': Walking the Tightrope of Press Regulation – Oliver L.S. Carr…14
  2. The state as a nomenclature of convenience: in defence of individual responsibility under international criminal law – Marlon Anthony James…26
  3. Mass violence and Christie’s Ideal Victim: A Critical Analysis – Georgios Karamanos…49
  4. Critical analysis of the proposition that it is impossible to distinguish art from pornography – Suchitra Suresh Kumar…62
  5. The Potency of Politics: An Exploration of the Value of Critical Discourse Analysis in the Realm of UK Drug Policy- Fiona Long…72
  6. Are recent decisions concerning the withdrawal of life-sustaining treatments from patients in a minimally conscious state to be feared as a complete departure from the sacred principle regarding the protection of human life – Joanna Maddocks…87
  7. When designing laws, should a decent legal system dismiss the consideration of all differences in treatment based on colour, while considering particular differences pertaining to class and sex? - Arun Muralikrishnan…106
  8. Resource allocation in healthcare: should people be penalised for contributing to their own health conditions? - Natalie Richardson…117
  9. Are the models of establishment in England and Scotland defensible in a contemporary democracy? – Priscilla Teh Leng Suan…136
  10. Pitting freedom of expression against freedom of religion: The paradoxical effect of blasphemy laws and why one should be favoured over another – Kende Szabo…147