Vanessa E Munro
Vanessa E Munro
Professor of Law
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
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Reacting to rape: Exploring mock jurors' assessments of complainant credibility
L Ellison, VE Munro
The British Journal of Criminology 49 (2), 202-219, 2008
1782008
Juror Stereotypes and Blame Attribution in Rape Cases Involving Intoxicants: The Findings of a Pilot Study
E Finch, VE Munro
British journal of criminology 45 (1), 25-38, 2004
1592004
Of ‘normal sex’and ‘real rape’: Exploring the use of socio-sexual scripts in (mock) jury deliberation
L Ellison, VE Munro
Social & legal studies 18 (3), 291-312, 2009
129*2009
The demon drink and the demonized woman: Socio-sexual stereotypes and responsibility attribution in rape trials involving intoxicants
E Finch, VE Munro
Social & Legal Studies 16 (4), 591-614, 2007
1222007
Of ‘normal sex’and ‘real rape’: Exploring the use of socio-sexual scripts in (mock) jury deliberation
L Ellison, VE Munro
Social & legal studies 18 (3), 291-312, 2009
1122009
Stopping traffic? A comparative study of responses to the trafficking in women for prostitution
VE Munro
British Journal of Criminology 46 (2), 318-333, 2005
1062005
Turning mirrors into windows? Assessing the impact of (mock) juror education in rape trials
L Ellison, VE Munro
The British Journal of Criminology 49 (3), 363-383, 2009
892009
Abusing vulnerability? Contemporary law and policy responses to sex work in the UK
VE Munro, J Scoular
Feminist Legal Studies 20 (3), 189-206, 2012
882012
Rethinking rape law: International and comparative perspectives
C McGlynn, VE Munro
Routledge, 2010
862010
Rethinking rape law: International and comparative perspectives
C McGlynn, VE Munro
Routledge, 2010
862010
Demanding sex: critical reflections on the regulation of prostitution
MM Della Giusta, VE Munro
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013
782013
Of rights and rhetoric: Discourses of degradation and exploitation in the context of sex trafficking
VE Munro
Journal of Law and Society 35 (2), 240-264, 2008
772008
A tale of two servitudes: Defining and implementing a domestic response to trafficking of women for prostitution in the UK and Australia
VE Munro
Social & Legal Studies 14 (1), 91-114, 2005
762005
Constructing consent: Legislating freedom and legitimating constraint in the expression of sexual autonomy
VE Munro
Akron L. Rev. 41, 923, 2008
722008
Constructing consent: Legislating freedom and legitimating constraint in the expression of sexual autonomy
VE Munro
Akron L. Rev. 41, 923, 2008
722008
Breaking boundaries? Sexual consent in the jury room
E Finch, VE Munro
Legal Studies 26 (3), 303-320, 2006
722006
A stranger in the bushes, or an elephant in the room? Critical reflections upon received rape myth wisdom in the context of a mock jury study
L Ellison, VE Munro
New Criminal Law Review: In International and Interdisciplinary Journal 13 …, 2010
662010
A vicious cycle? Attrition and conviction patterns in contemporary rape cases in England and Wales
VE Munro, L Kelly
Rape: Challenging contemporary thinking, 281-300, 2009
65*2009
Law and politics at the perimeter: Re-evaluating key debates in feminist theory
V Munro
Hart Pub Limited, 2007
642007
Legal feminism and Foucault–a critique of the expulsion of law
VE Munro
Journal of law and society 28 (4), 546-567, 2001
572001
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