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Samuel Cameron – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Economics Of Partner Out Trading in Sexual Markets
    Journal of Bioeconomics, 2002
    Co-Authors: Samuel Cameron
    Abstract:

    This paper derives a model of participation in what is commonly known as ‘Adultery’. Arguably the best sex survey in the world is used to produce estimates of participation functions. The results show a great deal of support for bioeconomic models and reveal some interesting similarities and differences between the male and female equations.

  • the economics of partner out trading in sexual markets
    Journal of Bioeconomics, 2002
    Co-Authors: Samuel Cameron
    Abstract:

    This paper derives a model of participation in what is commonly known as ‘Adultery’. Arguably the best sex survey in the world is used to produce estimates of participation functions. The results show a great deal of support for bioeconomic models and reveal some interesting similarities and differences between the male and female equations. Copyright Kluwer Academic Publishers 2002

Sarah Beresford – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • we re all same sex now lesbian same sex consummation Adultery and marriage
    Social Science Research Network, 2016
    Co-Authors: Sarah Beresford
    Abstract:

    This article argues that the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013 applicable in England and Wales should have included nonconsummation as grounds for annulment and Adultery as a fact of divorce. The absence of these two concepts is representative of a failure by law to fully accept the importance of equality. As such, the legislation will continue to perpetuate formal and substantive inequality, resulting in the continued repression of women who marry women. This will have important ramifications for the citizenship of intimacy for such women to which rights, duties, and obligations will attach. The legal ability of women who marry women to join the “marriage club,” as it is currently defined, will not queer or radically challenge marriage. While it might have been “easier” to abandon the concepts of consummation and Adultery altogether, including and widening the concepts of consummation and Adultery to encompass same-sex couples would offer the potential to undertake a queering of marriage. To exclude these concepts risks perpetuating the idea that gay men and lesbians are not sexual beings. Given the heteropatriarchal nature of the concepts of Adultery and consummation, this article specifically focuses on how same-sex marriage will affect women who marry women as opposed to what is commonly termed the GLBTQ community.

  • we re all same sex now lesbian same sex consummation Adultery and marriage
    Journal of Glbt Family Studies, 2016
    Co-Authors: Sarah Beresford
    Abstract:

    ABSTRACTThis article argues that the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013 applicable in England and Wales should have included nonconsummation as grounds for annulment and Adultery as a fact of divorce. The absence of these two concepts is representative of a failure by law to fully accept the importance of equality. As such, the legislation will continue to perpetuate formal and substantive inequality, resulting in the continued repression of women who marry women. This will have important ramifications for the citizenship of intimacy for such women to which rights, duties, and obligations will attach. The legal ability of women who marry women to join the “marriage club,” as it is currently defined, will not queer or radically challenge marriage. While it might have been “easier” to abandon the concepts of consummation and Adultery altogether, including and widening the concepts of consummation and Adultery to encompass same-sex couples would offer the potential to undertake a queering of marriage. To e…

Muhammad Arif Zuhri – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Putusan Mahkamah Konstitusi Tentang Status Anak Luar Nikah Dan Kekuatan Hukumnya
    Unisia, 2013
    Co-Authors: Dadan Muttaqien, Muhammad Arif Zuhri
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    The problem of lineage, in relation to Islam, is getting important to be discussed and to be given sufficient attention by Muslims today. This situation is driven by the verdict of the Indonesian Constitutional Court No. 46/PUU-VIII/2010 on the case of children which were born outside marital relation. The said verdict has been considered as controversial and led to prolonged polemics in the society, and particularly among Muslims. This due to the content of the verdict that is not within the boundary of the established norm in Islamic law. One of the negative effects that seems to happen is that Adultery will be justified by such verdict, since the children born as result of this Adultery is considered as legal from the civil law perspective. This article tries to analyse the topic from the perspective of Islamic law. The article concludes that such verdict has not carry any legal power if it put in the context of Islamic law. Key words: mahkamah konstitusi, status anak, luar nikah

Asaf Harduf – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • סוגיה ליברלית מופקרת האם להפליל להסדיר או להפקיר בגידה מינית בנישואין thou shalt not commit Adultery the criminalization or regulation of cheating
    Social Science Research Network, 2020
    Co-Authors: Asaf Harduf
    Abstract:

    שאלת המחקר היא אם ראוי להפליל יחסי מין בהסכמה בין אדם נשוי לאחר שאינו נשוי לו, להסדירם או להתעלם מהם משפטית (להפקירם). מאמרי מרים את הכפפה הזנוחה לראשונה בישראל, ובוחן באופן נורמטיבי ואנליטי אם וכיצד ראוי להתייחס משפטית לניאוף: להפלילו, לצמצמו בו באמצעות הסדרה אזרחית או להתעלם ממנו. המבחן ייערך באמצעות מודל שיוצג בקצרה לאורך המאמר, “סולם ההפללה”, באופן שימחיש כיצד שימוש במודל הפללה עיוני יכול להאיר ולהעשיר סוגיה שכיום אינה פלילית כלל. למעשה, הבחינה אם להפליל התנהגות היא חלק מבחינה רחבה יותר, אם להסדיר סוגיה באמצעות המשפט. כלומר, סולם ההפללה אשר יוצג וייושם לאורך המאמר הוא בעצם סולם ההסדרה. הפער בין הפלילי והאזרחי אינו תמיד גדול: ערכים מוגנים אינם נחלתו הבלעדית של המשפט הפלילי; וכך גם רכיבים חשובים אחרים במשפט הפלילי. מאמרי מציע שתי נקודות מבט ייחודיות וחדשניות. האחת היא בחינה נורמטיבית ביקורתית להסדרה המשפטית של הניאוף, מזווית חילונית, דמוקרטית וליברלית. מאמרי אינו עוסק בשסע שבין יהודית ודמוקרטית או בשאלות פוליטיות, ואינו תוקף או מגן על עמדת הערכאות הדתיות או החילוניות, אלא לכל היותר מציין אותן לצד הדיון הנורמטיבי התיאורטי. באספקלריה ליברלית, המאמר מעלה הצדקות מפורטות למאבק משפטי בניאוף, אף שהוא מכיר בחסרונותיו המגוונים של מאבק כזה. English Abstract: The article normatively examines the criminalization and legal regulation of Adultery. It utilizes a democratic criminalization model and analyzes Adultery in four separate stages. The article shows that Adultery is clearly harmful and offensive, and that the criminal law can effectively battle it. However, its criminalization will necessarily be overly narrow, as many other similar acts are not criminalized. The article further examines alternative legal ways to regulate Adultery, and recognizes the social price of legal regulation. Eventually the article calls for further discussions.

Jennifer Clare Corrin – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • it takes two to tango but three to commit Adultery a survey of the law on Adultery in post colonial south pacific states
    Social Science Research Network, 2012
    Co-Authors: Jennifer Clare Corrin
    Abstract:

    Adultery appears to provide a common link between divorce regimes. However, this does not necessarily mean that the rationale for the demonizing of Adultery is the same in different parts of the world or that it is treated the same way in matrimonial regimes or under criminal laws. This article looks at the law of Adultery in the South Pacific and seeks to place it in its historical and social context. It commences by exploring the historical approaches to Adultery in selected South Pacific countries, with some reference to the development of the law in England, where most State law in this field originated. The article then looks at how Adultery is treated under headings formed by the three legal responses to Adultery: divorce; compensation; and criminal sanction, and the common law and customary law stances on each of these responses are compared. The article concludes with some comments on the significance of the similarities and differences highlighted in the article for law reform and the practice of transplantation.