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Women and the criminal justice system

Author: Katherine S Van Wormer; Clemens Bartollas
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Prentice Hall, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Synopsis: Women and the Criminal Justice System, third edition, has been thoroughly updated to reflect the continuing impact of globalization and economic insecurity on the criminal justice system, as well as the increasing feminization of poverty. The text examines the various roles of women in the criminal justice system within a social context in which women are oppressed. The authors introduce students to the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katherine S Van Wormer; Clemens Bartollas
ISBN: 9780137008780 0137008783
OCLC Number: 427439573
Description: xix, 409 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface --
Part 1: Introduction --
1: Theoretical perspectives on women and the criminal justice system --
Study of crime and the male perspective --
Oppression through a feminist lens --
Feminist theories --
Liberal feminism --
Radical feminism --
Marxist feminism --
Socialist feminism --
Postmodern feminism --
Black feminism --
Latina feminism --
Rise of feminist criminology --
Backlash to the women's movement --
Development of gender-specific programming --
Laws defining women's place --
Sexual harassment of women in criminal justice institutions --
Gender, class, and race and women in the criminal justice system --
Empowerment perspective --
Paradigm shift --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
Part 2: Female Crime And Delinquency --
2: Women in crime --
Antifeminist accounts of female crime --
Is female crime increasing? --
Race and class --
Explanations of female crime --
Biological and constitutional explanations --
Psychological explanations --
Sociological explanations --
Sociological explanations for female delinquent behavior --
Integrated theory of women and crime --
Property crimes --
Prostitution --
Drug-related crime --
Robbery --
Murder --
Domestic homicide --
Child murder-filicide --
Female chronic offender --
Processing women for crime --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
3: Feminist theory and research --
Key features that distinguish feminist theories --
Problem of generalizability --
Gendered pathways --
Gendered crime --
Gendered lives --
Masculinities and crime --
Feminist epistemologies --
Research methods and methodology --
Choice of research topic --
Box 3-1: Jody Miller: robbery as a case study --
Choice of research methods and methodologies --
Box 3-2: Karen Heimer and Stacy De Coster: the gendering of violent delinquency --
Reflexivity --
Relationship between researcher and subjects --
Policy and action --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
4: Delinquency across the life span --
Life-course perspective --
Continuity of delinquency into adult criminality --
Desistance from crime --
Maturation and aging accounts of desistance --
Developmental accounts of desistance --
Rational choice accounts of desistance --
Social learning accounts of desistance --
Life-course account of desistance --
Female delinquency across the life course --
Relationship between male and female patterns of delinquency --
Female use of drugs and alcohol --
Box 4-1: Gender differences in the Dunedin Longitudinal Study --
Gang behavior among female adolescents --
Prostitution --
Adolescent females and violent behavior --
Box 4-2: Violence on the rise among juvenile girls --
Gender across the life course --
Desistance from crime --
Feminist theory of delinquency --
Box 4-3: Meda Chesney-Lind on the feminist theory of delinquency --
How gender bias affects the processing of the female delinquent --
Gender relations --
Box 4-4: Sara Goodkind: Gender-specific services in the juvenile justice system: a critical examination --
Issue of race --
Influence of class --
Whole is greater than the sum of the parts --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References. Part 3: Drug Addiction, Prison, And Restoration --
5: Women, substance abuse, and criminal justice --
First, the statistics --
Meaning of the statistics --
Biological factors --
Brain on drugs --
Co-occurring disorders --
Role of early childhood trauma --
Psychological factors --
Pathways to crime --
Early-life physical and sexual abuse --
Partner violence --
Social/societal factors --
Punishment of pregnant drug addicts --
Treatment issues --
Box 5-1: Addicts battle back --
Promising developments --
Drug courts and community treatment --
Empowerment and gender-responsive approaches --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
6: Prison environment --
History of the women's prison --
Population profile --
Influx of women into prison --
Drugs, race, and ethnicity --
Inmates as mothers --
Children of mothers in prison --
Prison structure --
Social world of the women's prison --
Prison families --
Prison sexuality --
Attitudes toward women in prison --
Prison health care --
Bad mother image --
Degrading practices --
Prison sexual abuse --
Inmate litigation --
Regarding sexual abuse --
Concerning employment opportunities --
Concerning medical abuse --
Women on death row --
Sentencing --
Living on death row --
Innovative programs --
Family programs --
Ethnic-specific programs --
Reentry --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
7: Restorative justice for female victims and offenders --
Introduction --
Adversary system --
Models of restorative justice --
In the juvenile justice system --
In adult corrections --
Programming for reentry --
Box 7-1: You're gonna make it: reentry planning at a Hawaii women's prison --
In situations of gendered violence --
In battering situations --
In situations of rape --
Feminist critique --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
Part 4: Women As Victims And Survivors --
8: Rape --
Historical overview --
African American women and rape --
Reconceptualization of rape --
Prevalence --
Box 8-1: Rape myths --
Impact of the mass media --
Positive developments --
Negative, antiwomen messages --
Blaming the victim --
Types of rape --
Acquaintance rape --
Mass rape --
Child sexual abuse --
Priest abuse --
Criminal justice response --
Victims' rights --
Psychological trauma --
Treatment and empowerment --
Box 8-2: Support victim service agencies --
Denial-avoidance --
Guilt and sexualization --
Reexperience and rage --
Healing --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References. 9: Wife and partner abuse --
Historical overview --
Box 9-1: Domestic violence: a personal narrative --
Nature and scope of the problem --
Teen dating violence --
Dating violence statistics --
Box 9-2: Dating abuse: warning signs --
Lesbian and gay couples --
Domestic violence among ethnic minorities --
Domestic homicide --
Men who kill their wives/partners --
Women who kill their husbands/partners --
Murder-suicide --
Dynamics of intimate abuse --
Marital rape --
Theories of partner abuse --
Societal stress --
Psychological viewpoints --
Systems theory --
Feminist explanations and the antifeminist backlash --
Box 9-3: Tombstone project --
Substance abuse connection --
Children witnessing violence --
Criminal justice process --
Empowerment --
Crisis intervention --
Shelters for battered women --
Box 9-4: Snapshot-a social worker's daily reality at a domestic violence shelter --
Treatment for batterers and prevention --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
10: Women's victimization: global perspectives --
Impact of globalization --
Women's rights are human rights --
Violations of women domestically --
Wife beating --
Honor killing --
Immigration and domestic violence --
Legacy of the Iraq war --
Community-level victimization: sexual assault and sex trafficking --
Sex trafficking --
Victimization of women at the state level --
Rape in war --
Women, war, and peace --
Treatment of immigrants in U S detention --
Global initiatives for rights and justice --
Restorative justice --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
Part 5: Women As Professionals --
11: Women in law enforcement --
Box 11-1: Excitement about being a cop --
History of women in policing --
Box 11-2: Women in law enforcement --
Barriers to women in policing --
Comparison of male and female officers' job performance --
Gender and culture: women are not wanted-this is a man's job --
Box 11-3: Percentage of sworn women police officers, 2001 --
Community to community: changing roles for police officers --
Sexual harassment in the police culture --
African American women in policing --
Success in a difficult career path --
Legal protections --
United States Civil Rights Act --
Fair Employment Practices (FEP) --
Tort laws and criminal charges --
Statute 42 United States Code Section 1983 --
Courts and findings of sexual harassment --
Reasonable woman standard --
Issues of women working as police officers --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
References --
Web destinations --
12: Women in the legal profession --
Box 12-1: Lawyer juggles motherhood, cases --
History of women in law --
Box 12-2: Giving a hand up: providing leadership for today's generation --
Law school socialization --
Patriarchal nature of the world of law --
Legal practice: struggles in a man's world --
Women on the bench --
Gender, race, class --
Gender and discrimination --
Sexual harassment --
Synergistic nature of race, class, gender, and sexual orientation --
Mass media images --
Television and film portrayals --
Strengths of women attorneys --
Significance of women's entrance into the law --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References. 13: Women in corrections --
Box 13-1: Employment in the department of corrections --
History of women in corrections --
Women probation officers --
Box 13-2: Mary Belle Harris: a pioneer in corrections --
Women in parole --
Women jail officers --
Difficulty of gaining acceptance in jails --
Jails of the twenty-first century --
Women wardens --
Correctional counselor --
Female correctional officer --
Toxic environment --
Privacy-equal employment dilemma --
Comparison of how female and male correctional officers do their jobs --
Issues of women working as correctional officers --
Summary --
Key terms --
Critical thinking questions --
Web destinations --
References --
14: Summary and trends for the future --
Theme of race/ethnicity and class in female incarceration --
Impact of class --
Factor of race --
Intersectionality --
Need for a gendered social construction of knowledge --
Attention to social context --
Empowerment of women in the justice system --
Future trends --
References --
Index.
Responsibility: Katherine Stuart van Wormer, Clemens Bartollas.

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Synopsis: Women and the Criminal Justice System, third edition, has been thoroughly updated to reflect the continuing impact of globalization and economic insecurity on the criminal justice system, as well as the increasing feminization of poverty. The text examines the various roles of women in the criminal justice system within a social context in which women are oppressed. The authors introduce students to the empowerment approach, emphasizing gender and ethnic diversity along with the strengths of oppressed people, especially women of color. A wide range of issues are covered, including the rate of early childhood sexual abuse, victimization in female inmates, priest abuse of girls, female inmate rape by male prison guards, and obstacles for women lawyers achieving partnerships in their firms. The text examines three roles of women in criminal justice: Women as victims of crimes; Women as criminals convicted and sentenced for crimes; Women as workers in various agencies in the criminal justice system.

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