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The "higher" age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation

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The "higher" age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation. / Gillespie, Alisdair Allan; Ost, Suzanne.

Consent: domestic and comparative perspectives. ed. / Alan Reed; Michael Bohlander; Nicola Wake; Emma Smith. London : Routledge, 2016. p. 161-176 (Substantive Issues in Criminal Law).

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Harvard

Gillespie, AA & Ost, S 2016, The "higher" age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation. in A Reed, M Bohlander, N Wake & E Smith (eds), Consent: domestic and comparative perspectives. Substantive Issues in Criminal Law, Routledge, London, pp. 161-176.

APA

Gillespie, A. A., & Ost, S. (2016). The "higher" age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation. In A. Reed, M. Bohlander, N. Wake, & E. Smith (Eds.), Consent: domestic and comparative perspectives (pp. 161-176). (Substantive Issues in Criminal Law). London: Routledge.

Vancouver

Gillespie AA, Ost S. The "higher" age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation. In Reed A, Bohlander M, Wake N, Smith E, editors, Consent: domestic and comparative perspectives. London: Routledge. 2016. p. 161-176. (Substantive Issues in Criminal Law).

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Gillespie, Alisdair Allan ; Ost, Suzanne. / The "higher" age of consent and the concept of sexual exploitation. Consent: domestic and comparative perspectives. editor / Alan Reed ; Michael Bohlander ; Nicola Wake ; Emma Smith. London : Routledge, 2016. pp. 161-176 (Substantive Issues in Criminal Law).

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