Sexual Violence and the Law in Japan

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Appendix 2

The cases

Rape

Case 1 Case of blackmail, rape, attempted rape, Osaka District Court, 1990 H2 (wa) No. 444, H2 (wa) No. 620, H2 (wa) No. 1300, H2 (wa) No. 1358, Judgment 2 October 1991, Hanrei Taimuzu 770, 15 January 1992:276-280.

Case 2 Case of rape resulting in bodily injury, attempted rape, indecent assault, escape, attempted indecent assault, Sapporo District Court, 1993 H5 (wa) No. 336, H5 (wa) No. 111, H5 (wa) No. 596, H5 (wa) No. 658, Judgment 14 March 1994, Hanrei Taimuzu 868, 1 April 1995:296-303.

Case 3 Case of rape, violation of the cannabis control law, Tokyo High Court, 1988 SH63 (u) No. 1271, Judgment 25 January 1989, Hanrei Jihō 1318, 1 October 1989:151-153.

Case 4 Case of unlawful arrest and confinement, rape and bodily injury, Naha District Court, 1995 H7 (wa) No. 293, Judgment 7 March 1996, Hanrei Jihō 1570, 1 September 1996:147-154.

Case 5 Case of quasi-rape, constructive compulsory indecency, Tokyo District Court, 1986 SH61 (wa) No. 233, Judgment 15 April 1987, Hanrei Jihō 1304, 11 May 1989:147-151.

Case 6 Case of rape, Osaka High Court, 1991 H3 (u) No. 692, Judgment 28 February 1992, Hanrei Jihō 1470, 12 May 1993:154-162.

---- Hanrei Taimuzu 829, 15 January 1994:277-286.

Case 7 Case of rape resulting in bodily injury, Kumamoto District Court, 1983 SH58 (ta) No. 1, Judgment 31 January 1989, Hanrei Jihō 1312, 1 August 1989:158-161.

Case 8 Case of attempted rape, Urawa District Court, 1991 H3 (wa) No. 835, Judgment 27 February 1992, Hanrei Taimuzu 795, 15 November 1992:263-265.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables x
  • Series Editor's Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • 1 - Legal Storytelling and Sexual Violence 1
  • 2 - Hegemonic Masculinity and Guilty Feminine Bodies 19
  • 3 - Confronting the Japanese Criminal Justice System 44
  • 4 - Credibility in the Court 67
  • 5 - 'In Truth She Was Probably Very Drunk' 84
  • 6 - Markers of Truth 110
  • 7 - Subversive Stories and Feminist Strategies 131
  • 8 - Conclusion 159
  • Appendix 1 163
  • Appendix 2 165
  • Notes 169
  • Bibliography 180
  • Index 194
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