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Criminal Justice System and Women : Offenders, Prisoners, Victims, and Workers

ISBN-10: 0072463996
ISBN-13: 9780072463996
Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)
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Book details

Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 7/1/2003
Binding: Perfect 
Pages: 624
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.980
Language: English

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Preface
Theories and Facts About Women Offenders Web Sites - Women Offenders
Introduction to Part I
The Criminal Law and Women (updated)
Feminism for the Mainstream Criminologist: An Invitation
Feminist Theory of Women's Crime: Robbery as a Case Study
Tenuous Borders: Girls Transferred to Adult Courts
Trends in Female Crime: Is Crime Still a Man's World?
Contemporary Explanations of Women's Crime
A Reserve Army: Women and the Drug Market
Prostitution and The Globalization of Sex Worker's Rights
The War on Drugs and the War on Abortion
Women and Prison Web Sites - Women Prisoners
Introduction to PART II
Women and Imprisonment in the U.S.: The Gendered Consequences of the U.S. Imprisonment Binge
Women in Prison: Researching Race in Three National Contexts (Netherlands, Cuba, and U.S.)
Women of Color, Globalization, and the Politics of Incarceration
Resistance and Survivance: Cultural Genocide and Imprisoned Native Women
Defeminizing and Dehumanizing Female Murderers: Depictions of Lesbians on Death Row
Mothers in Prison and Their Children
Stopping Abuse of Women in Prison
Progressive Rhetoric, Regressive Policies: Canadian Prisons for Women
Women Victims of Crime Web Sites - Women Victims/Survivors
Introduction to Part III.
Doing Violence to Women: Research Synthesis on the Victimization of Women
Gender Violence: Rape and Sexual Assault
Rape, Racism, and the Law
Fear and the Perception of Alternatives: Asking "Why Battered Women Don't Leave" Is the Wrong Question (updated)
Women's Realities: Defining Violence Against Women by Immigration, Race, and Class
Leaving a Second Closet: "Outing" Partner Violence in Same-Sex Couples
Domestic Violence in Police Families
Can Restorative Justice Reduce Battering?
Gender, Power, and Sexual Harassment
Women, Labor, and Migration: The Position of Trafficked Women and Strategies for Support
Newsday, Dreams Ending in Nightmares: Many Immigrant Women, Girls Trapped in Sex Industry
Women Workers In The Criminal Justice System Web Sites - Women Workers
Introduction to Part IV
Overwhelming Evidence: Gender and Race Bias against Women in the Courts
Women in Black: Are Female Judges More Compassionate?
Invisible No More: A Social History of Women in U.S. Policing (updated)
Current Barriers and Future Promise for Women in Policing
Kay Forest, and Nancy Jurik, Lesbians in Policing: Perceptions of and Work Experiences in the `Macho' Cop Culture
The Interactive Effects of Race and Sex on Women Police Officers (updated)
Women in Conflict: An Analysis of Women Correctional Officers (updated)
Affirmative Action, Multiculturalism, and Criminology (updated) Addendum to
Feminism, Multiculturalism and the Justice Stud
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