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Fabricated images of child pornography

Fabricated images of child pornography
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‘There are only morality-based rationales for criminalising fabricated images of child pornography.’
Critically discuss.
Style of Citation: OSCOLA
Suggested reading, child pornography:
(You are encouraged to read at least two of the following reading suggestions AND a selection of the newspaper articles.)
Adler, Amy 2001. ‘The Perverse Law of Child Pornography’, Columbia Law Review 101(2): 209-73 (an interesting critique of American law which is accessible electronically via Westlaw, or at
Gillespie, Alisdair A. 2011. Child Pornography: Law and Policy. Routledge. Library electronic copy available.
Gillespie, Alisdair A. 2005. ‘Child Pornography: Balancing Substantive and Evidential Law to Safeguard Children Effectively from Abuse’, International Journal of Evidence and Proof 9: 29-49.
Gillespie, Alisdair A. 2004. ‘The Sexual Offences Act 2003 (3) Tinkering With “Child Pornography”’ Criminal Law Review 361-68.
O’Riordan, Maurice 2008 (July). ‘Editorial: To Dream a Child’, Art Monthly 211. Available at: https://reader.exacteditions.com/issues/5107/page/5
J Prichard, P Watters and C Spiranovic, ‘Internet subcultures and pathways to the use of child pornography’ (2011) 27(6) Computer Law & Security Review, 585-600.
Ost, Suzanne 2009. Child Pornography and Sexual Grooming: Legal and Societal Responses. Cambridge University Press, chapters 3 and 4. Library electronic copy available.
Ost, Suzanne 2010. ‘Criminalising Fabricated Images of Child Pornography: A Matter of Harm or Morality?’, Legal Studies 30(2): 230-256.
Williams, Katherine S. 2004. ‘Child Pornography Law: Does it Protect Children?’, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 26(3): 245-61.
Newspaper articles and BBC News reports on the Tierney Gearon, Nan Goldin and Polixeni Papapetrou photographs (if no link provided below, available via Nexis):
Legally Indecent?, The Times, 13 March 2001.
‘There’s nothing seedy about these pictures of my kids. They are not “child porn”. They are wholesome’, The Independent, 13 March 2001.
‘No Charges over Saatchi Photos’, The Guardian, 16 March 2001.
‘Encouraging evil’, Daily Mail, 16 March 2001.
‘The pics are okay…but I wouldn’t put them on view; Readers’ give verdict on nudes display’, The Mirror, 17 March 2001.
‘The notional paedophile now dictates what we can look at’, The Guardian, 4 October 2007. Available at: https://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2007/oct/04/comment.comment1
‘Naked fear on display’, The Times, 30 September 2007.
‘Art or abuse? Fury over image of naked girl’, The Independent, 8 July 2008. Available at: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/art-or-abuse-fury-over-image-of-naked-girl-
‘Child abuse artist Graham Ovenden jailed for two years after ‘unduly lenient’ sentence is reviewed’, The Independent, 9th October 2013.
Suggested reading, child sexual grooming:
(You are encouraged to read at least two of the following reading suggestions.)
Craven, Samantha, Brown, Sarah and Gilchrist, Elizabeth 2006. ‘Sexual Grooming of Children: Review of Literature and Theoretical Considerations’, Journal of Sexual Aggression 12(3): 287-99.
Gillespie, Alisdair A. 2006. ‘Indecent Images, Grooming and the Law’, Criminal Law Review 412-21.
McAlinden, Anne-Marie 2013. Grooming and the Sexual Abuse of Children (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Library electronic copy available.
McAlinden, Anne-Marie 2006. ‘“Setting ‘Em Up”: Personal, Familial and Institutional Grooming in the Sexual Abuse of Children’, Social and Legal Studies 15(3): 339-62.
Ost, Suzanne 2009. Child Pornography and Sexual Grooming: Legal and Societal Responses. Cambridge University Press, chapters 3 and 4. Library electronic copy available.
Wider reading:
M Long, L Alison, M McManus, ‘Child Pornography and Likelihood of Contact Abuse: A Comparison Between Contact Child Sexual Offenders and Noncontact Offenders’ (2012) 25 Sexual Abuse: A Journal of
Research and Treatment, 370–395 (NB the levels of child abuse imagery in the table on p.372 are no longer the levels used by the Sentencing Council (see the powerpoint lecture presentation from
week 4, slide 17).
E Quayle, S Allegro, L Hutton, M Sheath and L Lööf, ‘Rapid skill acquisition and online sexual grooming of children’ (2014) 39 Computers in Human Behaviour, 368-375.
M Seto, RK Hanson and KM Babchishin, ‘Contact Sexual Offending by Men With Online Sexual Offenses’ (2011) 23 Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 124–145.

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