Across the Spectrum of Women and Crime: Theories, Offending, by Susan F. Sharp,Susan Marcus-Mendoza,Kathleen A.

By Susan F. Sharp,Susan Marcus-Mendoza,Kathleen A. Cameron,Elycia S. Daniel-Roberson

 This interdisciplinary quantity explores a number of dimensions of girl offending and the underlying gender assumptions inherent during this phenomenon. The readings are unique learn written for this ebook, incorporating a variety of methodologies together with case stories, in-depth interviews, and analyses of enormous nation and nationwide facts units.                              

Grounded in feminist conception, the gathering is split into 3 sections. the 1st makes a speciality of theoretical perspectives on girls and crime from a feminist technique. the significance of investigating the intersection of race, classification, gender, skill prestige, and sexual orientation is addressed in a few of the readings, in addition to an exam of the methods society has failed those women. The moment part specializes in sorts of lady offending.  those contain an in-depth exploration of women who kill their young children, in addition to an exam of the way ladies excited by the methamphetamine alternate view themselves.  different readings comprise girls who flow from criminal intercourse paintings into prostitution and girls who become suicide bombers. The ultimate portion of the publication is concentrated on how the procedure responds to girls who offend.  Chapters include such exciting issues as wrongful convictions, how girls event incarceration (including healthiness treatment), second likelihood grandparenting, and a qualitative examine taken with recidivism and reintegration.                           

Each bankruptcy includes dialogue questions.

PowerPoint slides can be found upon adoption.  pattern slides from the whole 280-slide presentation can be found to view here. Email bhall@cap-press.com for extra information.

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