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BOOK CHAPTERS

Moult, K. & Müller, A. 2017. 'Morality, austerity and the complexities of sexual and reproductive health services for young people in South Africa'. In Kelly, P. & Pike J. (eds.) Neo-liberalism, austerity and the moral economies of young people’s health and well-being. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Artz, L. 2017. Women in Prison: An African Perspective on the Implementation of the Bangkok Rules. In PH van Kempen’s (ed) Women in Prison - The Bangkok Rules and Beyond. UK: Intersentia Publishers.

Artz, L., & Van Zyl, D. 2017. Women in Prison in South Africa. In PH van Kempen’s (ed) Women in Prison – The Bangkok Rules and Beyond. UK: Intersentia Publishers.

Artz, L., & Moult, K. 2014. ‘Domestic violence’. In J. Barkhuisen and B. Beukman’s (eds.) Contemporary Criminology in South Africa. Southern Africa: Oxford University Press.
 
Artz, L. 2014. ‘Adult sexual offences’. In J. Barkhuisen and B. Beukman’s (eds.) Contemporary Criminology in South Africa. Southern Africa: Oxford University Press.

Artz, L., 2014. ‘The National Policy Framework’. In D. Smythe and B. Pithey (eds) Commentary on the Sexual Offences Act (Revised), p. 25-1—25-8. South Africa: Juta Publishers.

Artz, L., & Galezio, E., 2014. ‘The provision of post-exposure prophylaxis for rape complainants’. In D. Smythe and B. Pithey (eds). Commentary on the Sexual Offences Act (Revised), p. 15-1—15-17. South Africa: Juta Publishers.

Artz, L. 2014. National and international laws and policies to reduce intimate partner violence. In P.D. Donnelly and C.L. Ward (eds.)Violence: A global Health Priority. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Chapter 37.

Artz, L., Hoffman-Wanderer, Y., and Moult, K. 2013. Research Paper: Women, crime and incarceration: exploring pathways of women in conflict with the law. South Africa: Programme to Support Pro-Poor Policy Development (PSPPD)

Artz, L., 2013. The troublesome ‘gender’: (re)considering gender-based violence. In: R. Peacock, ed. Victimology in South Africa. South Africa: Van Schaik Publishers, pp.157-59.

Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2013. South African legislation supporting victim’s rights. In: R. Peacock, ed. Victimology in South Africa. South Africa: Van Schaik Publishers, pp.47-76.

Flavin, J. and Artz, L., 2012. Understanding women, gender, and crime: historical and international developments. In: C. Renzetti, S. Miller, and A. Govers, eds. Routledge Handbook of Gender and Crime Studies. London: Routledge, pp.9-39.

Artz, L., 2011. The national policy framework. In: D. Smythe, B. Pithey with L. Artz, eds. Commentary on the Sexual Offences Act. South Africa: Juta Publishers, pp.25-1—25-4. 

Artz, L. and Galezio, E., 2011. The provision of post-exposure prophylaxis for rape complainants. In: D. Smythe, B. Pithey with L. Artz, eds.Commentary on the Sexual Offences Act. South Africa: Juta Publishers, pp. 15-1—15-9.

Roehrs, S., 2011. Termination of pregnancy and children. South African Medical Journal, 101(4).

Artz, L. and Pithey, B., 2010. The expert witness: sexual offences. In: K. Joiner, ed. Aspects of Forensic Medicine. South Africa: Juta Health Publishers,  pp. 1-22.

Artz, L., 2009. The weather watchers: gender, violence and social control. In: M. Steyn and van Zyl,  eds. The Prize and the Price: Shaping Sexualities in South Africa. South Africa: HSRC Press, pp.169-91.

Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2008. Introduction: should we consent? In: L. Artz and D. Smythe, eds. Should we Consent? Rape Law Reform in South Africa. South Africa: Juta Publishers, p. 1-21.

Chisala, S., 2008. Rape and HIV/AIDS: who’s protecting whom? In: L. Artz and D. Smythe, eds. Should we Consent? Rape Law Reform in South Africa. South Africa: Juta Publishers, pp.52-71.

Hoffman-Wanderer, Y., 2008. Sentencing and management of sexual offenders. In: L. Artz and D. Smythe, eds. Should we Consent?  Rape Law Reform in South Africa. South Africa: Juta Publishers, pp. 224-61.

Roehrs, S., 2008. Half-hearted HIV-related services for victims. In: L. Artz and D. Smythe, eds. Should we Consent? Rape Law Reform in South Africa. South Africa: Juta Publishers, pp.175-97.

Smythe, D., 2008. South Africa’s response to domestic violence. In: Benninger-Budel, ed. Due Diligence and Its Application to Protect Women from Violence. Stockholm: Martinus Nijhof,  pp.161-71.

Smythe, D. and Waterhouse, S., 2008. Policing sexual offences: polices, practices and potential pitfalls. In: L. Artz and D. Smythe, eds.Should we Consent? Rape Law Reform in South Africa. South Africa: Juta Publishers,  pp.198-23.

Smythe, D. and Parenzee, P., 2004. Acting against domestic violence. In: W. Dixon, and E. van der Spuy, eds. Justice Gained? Crime and Crime Control in South Africa’s Transition. Cape Town: Juta.

Smythe, D., Artz, L.M., Combrinck, H., Doolan, K. and Martin L.J., 2008. Caught between policy & practice: health & justice responses to gender-based violence. In: Crime, Violence & Injury Review. South Africa: Medical Research Council, pp.150-72.

Albertyn, C., Artz, L., Combrinck, H., Mills, S. and Wolhunter, L., 2007. Women’s freedom and security of the person. In: E. Bonthuys, and C. Albertyn, eds., Gender, Law and Justice. Cape Town: Juta and Co, Ltd.

Jefthas, D. and Artz, L., 2007. Youth violence: a gendered perspective. In: P. Burton’s, ed. Someone Stole My Smile: An Exploration into the Causes of Youth Violence in South Africa. South Africa: Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention.

Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2006. Rape and sexual assault. In: S. Kaliski, ed. Oxford Handbook of Psycho-Legal Assessment. UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 162-69.

Artz, L. and Smythe, D., 2005. South African legislation supporting victims’ rights.  In: L. Davis and R. Snyman, eds. South African Handbook on Victimology. Pretoria: Van Schaik Publishers.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Artz, L. (2013). Reclaiming the L-Word: Sappho’s Daughters out in Africa (Edited by: A. Diesel). Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity, 27(2), pp. 140-142.