‘Spontaneous’ Sexual Consent: An Analysis of Sexual Consent Literature

@article{Beres2007SpontaneousSC,
  title={‘Spontaneous’ Sexual Consent: An Analysis of Sexual Consent Literature},
  author={Melanie A. Beres},
  journal={Feminism & Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={108 - 93}
}
Sexual consent is an understudied and undertheorized concept despite its importance to feminist researchers and activists interested in sexual violence. Literature on consent, although sparse, has been produced from a variety of disciplines, including law, psychology, and sociology. This article is a critical review of current literature and current understandings of sexual consent. Different conceptualizations of consent are analysed including implicit and explicit definitions from legal… Expand
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