17 Flinders L.J. i (2015)

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FLINDERS

LAW

JOURNAL


VOLUME 17 NUMBER 1 JULY 2015


CONTENTS


Articles:


Re-orientating Human Rights Meanings
and  Understandings?: Reviving and
Revisiting Australian Human  Rights
Exceptionalism Through   a  Liberal
Democratic Rights Agenda.


Australian Muslims: The Role of Islamic
Law  and Integration of Muslims into
Australian Society.


Young People's Perceptions of the Risks
of Methamphetamine Use  in Adelaide
Nightclubs: A Quantitative Study.


Rethinking the No Definition Consensus
and  the Would  Have  Been  Binding
Assumption Pertaining to Security Council
Resolution 1373.


Greg Carne


Hossein Esmaeili




Andrew Groves




Wondwossen D Kassa


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