Dinler, V. (2011), “The Problem of Punishing Unnatural Manner Obscenity”, 11th Annual Conference of ESC Rethinking Crime and Punishment in Europe, 21-24 September 2011, Vilnius/Lithuania.
- 11th Annual Conference of ESC Rethinking Crime and Punishment in Europe
- European Society of Criminology and Vilnius University
- Vilnius University, Vilnius, Litvanya
- September 21-24, 2011
Not every kind of pornography is prohibited by Turkish Penal Code; however, some kind of pornography is sentenced to penalty of imprisonment. Appropriating international conventions, child pornography is severely punished. In addition to child pornography, producing, transporting, selling, storing, retaining and offering for use of audio-visual material contains bestiality, necrophilia or sexual act performed with use of force or in any other unnatural manner also leads to imprisonment. According to the legality principle, the criminal acts penalized by article 226 of Turkish Penal Code are so explicit and understandable, but obscenity of “any other unnatural manner” is not. This paper will argue the violation of the legality principle according to punishing obscenity of “any other unnatural manner”, a non-explicit and, open-ended law expression.
punishing pornography, legality principle, principle of no punishment without law.
Modern Paradigmalar Işığında Hitit Ceza Hukuku Üzerine Bir Değerlendirme
Taş, İ. and Dinler, V. (2013), “Modern Paradigmalar Işığında Hitit Ceza Hukuku Üzerine Bir Değerlendirme”, 59. Uluslararası Asuroloji Toplantısı “Eski Yakındoğuda Hukuk ve Düzen(sizlik)”, Ghent Üniversitesi Hukuk Fakültesi Emile Braun Binası, 15-19 Temmuz, Ghent/Belçika
- 59th Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale “Law and (Dis)Order in the Ancient Near East” [59. Uluslararası Asuroloji Toplantısı “Eski Yakındoğuda Hukuk ve Düzen(sizlik)”]
- Ghent Üniversitesi Asuroloji ve Yakındoğu Tarihi Bölümü
- Ghent Üniversitesi Hukuk Fakültesi Emile Braun Binası, Ghent/Belçika
- 15-19 Temmuz 2013