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Title: Living in the same household - ‘Incest’ in the family of sport
Authors: Brackenridge, CH
Williams, Y
Keywords: Law
Child protection
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: Reed Elsevier
Citation: New Law Journal 6: 179-180, Feb 2004
Abstract: This article focuses on the coach/athlete relationship in the self admitted sporting ‘family’ and, using both the provisions of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and the civil law remedies of non-molestation orders argues that where matters of abuse are concerned, the private world of the surrogate family of sport could be just as liable under family law principles as any other modern day informal family.
ISSN: 0306-6479
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