- Feminist jurisprudence
- Female offenders
- Sex discrimination in justice administration.
- Women -- Legal status, laws, etc
- Men -- Legal status, laws, etc
- 1843921995 (pbk.) :
- 9781843921998 (pbk.) :
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- Includes bibliographies and index.
- 1 Introduction; Part A Gender and offending behaviour; 2 Are bad girls getting worse? Frances Heidensohn (LSE) and Loraine Gelsthorpe (Univ of Cambridge); 3 'Bad girls' or 'mad girls' - the 'mental' coping mechanisms of female young offenders Nicola Hudson (Univ of Surrey) and Carrie Anne Myers (Univ of Surrey); 4 Drug use and the discovery of gender Mike Shiner (LSE); 5 Women work and crime rates Kristine Hansen (Institute of Education, Univ of London); 6 The role of gender in incidents of school violence Carrie Anne Myers (Univ of Surrey); 7 Stigmatised women: relatives of serious offenders and the wider effects of crime Rachel Condry (LSE); Part B Gender and the criminal justice system; 8 Regulating prostitution: controlling women's lives Joanna Phoenix (Univ of Bath); 9 Gender considerations in remand decision-making Kate Steward (LSE); 10 Gender and punishment in community Loraine Gelsthorpe (Univ of Cambridge); 11 Visions of freedom: analyzing an experiment in the penal treatment of women Barbara Mason (LSE); 12 The reforming prison: a Canadian tale Stephanie Hayman (Kingston Univ); Part C New concepts and approaches; 13 Gender and crime: introducing a human rights perspective Marisa Silvestri (London South Bank Univ); 14 Gender justice and human rights in a post-colonial world Oliver Phillips (Univ of Westminster); 14 Gender and genes: Lombroso and bio-social theories, gender and crime Nicole Rafter (Northeastern Univ, Boston); 15 Ladies and lost causes: reform, gender and organizations Judith Rumgay (LSE); Index.
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