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Author: Erin Ford Cozens

Title: “Our Particular Abhorrence of These Particular Crimes”

Subtitle: Sexual Violence and Colonial Legal Discourse in Aotearoa / New Zealand, 1840–1855

Journal: Journal of the History of Sexuality

Volume: 24

Issue: 3

Year: September 2015

Pages: 378-401

ISSN: 1043-4070 – Find a Library: WordCat | eISSN: 1535-3605 – Find a Library: WordCat

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 19th Century | Oceanian History: New Zealand History



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  The Imperial Metropole: Rape and Sexual Violence in Nineteenth-Century England (p. 381)
  British Colonialism and Sexual Violence (p. 384)
  Rape in Early Colonial New Zealand (p. 386)
  "Unlawfully Carnally Knowing a Child": Child Rape in New Zealand (p. 389)
  "Hard to Be Proved": Assault with Intent to Commit Rape (p. 393)
  "A Most Detestable Crime": Rape Convictions in New Zealand, 1842-1855 (p. 395)
  Competing Narratives, Colonial Space (p. 397)
  About the Author (p. 401)

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