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Alcohol and Remembering Rape New Evidence for Practice


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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 08/2022
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021


This book examines how alcohol intoxication impacts upon the memory of rape victims and provides recommendations for how best to investigate and prosecute such rape complaints. An estimated 75% of victims are under the influence of alcohol during a sexual assault and yet there is surprisingly little guidance on conducting interviews with complainants who were alcohol-intoxicated during the attack. This book will provide a distinctive, rigorous and important contribution to knowledge by reviewing the evidence base on the effects of alcohol on memory performance. The book brings together a range of academics from various disciplines, including psychology, law and criminology, and it discusses the implications for practice based on consultation with various criminal justice practitioners, including police officers, barristers who defend and prosecute rape cases and policy makers.


1 Chapter 1: Alcohol and Remembering Rape: Setting the Scene by Heather D. Flowe and Anna Carline
1.1 Overview of this Book
1.2 The Nature and Prevalence of Sexual Violence and Alcohol Related Rape
1.3 Case Progression in Alcohol-Related Rape Cases
1.4 Impact of Myths and Misconceptions
1.5 References

2 Chapter 2: The Legal Framework and Practitioner Perspectives on Alcohol and Rape by Anna Carline and Clare Gunby
2.1 Rape, Intoxication and the Legal Framework in England and Wales
2.2 Challenges of Prosecuting Alcohol-Related Rape: Views from Practitioners
2.3 Conclusion
2.4 References

3 Chapter 3: Impact of Alcohol on Memory: A Systematic Review by Heather D. Flowe, Theo Jores, Julie Gawrylowicz, Danielle Hett, and Graham Davies
3.1 Searching and Reviewing the Literature
3.2 Results: Findings and Theoretical Perspectives
3.3 Theoretical Perspectives
3.4 Alcohol and Memory Retrieval
3.5 Alcohol and Memory Suggestibility
3.6 Alcohol and Memory Reliability
3.7 Conclusion
3.8 References

4 Chapter 4: Review of Existing Interview Guidance by Anna Carline, Heather D. Flowe, Graham Davies, and Kevin Smith
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Overview of Memory Evidence and the Legal System
4.3 Overview of Vulnerable Witness Interview Guidance
4.3.1 Video-Recorded Interviews
4.3.2 Existing Interview Guidance Relating to Alcohol Intoxication
4.4 Evidence-Based Guidance for Interviewing Victims who were Alcohol-Intoxicated during the Assault
4.5 References

5 Chapter 5: Recommendations for Practice by Heather D. Flowe, Anna Carline, Graham Davies, Kevin Smith, and Mary Prior
5.1 The Need for Recommendations
5.2 Take an Early Brief Account
5.3 Establish Rapport
5.4 Protect Memory from Potentially Suggestible Influences
5.5 Allow Complainants to Control their Memory Reporting
5.6 Focus on Central Details
5.7 Probe about Events that Occurred Prior to Intoxication
5.8 Use the Term ‘Alcohol-intoxicated’ Rather than ‘Drunk’
5.9 Conclusion
5.10 References

Methods Appendix



Heather Flowe is Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at the University of Birmingham, UK.

Anna Carline is Associate Professor in Law at the University of Leicester, UK.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 210 x 148 mm Ø 183 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:XXI, 108 p. 7 illus.
Pagine Arabe: 108
Pagine Romane: xxi

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