少女、女性と犯罪:読本<br>Girls, Women, and Crime : Selected Readings

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少女、女性と犯罪:読本
Girls, Women, and Crime : Selected Readings

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基本説明

This Reader accompanies The Female Offender, Second Edition.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       vii
PART I: GENDER AND CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORIZING
Gender at the Forefront 1 (74)
1. Gender and Crime: A General Strain 3 (21)
Theory Perspective
Lisa Broidy and Robert Agnew
2. Explaining Girls' and Women's Crime and 24 (18)
Desistance In the Context of Their
Victimization Experiences: A Developmental
Test of Revised Strain Theory and the Life
Course Perspective
Rebecca S Katz
3. Different Ways of Conceptualizing 42 (19)
Sex/Gender in Feminist Theory and Their
Implications for Criminology
Kathleen Daly
4. Feminism in Criminology: Engendering the 61 (14)
Outlaw
Dana M. Britton
PART II: FEMALE JUVENILE DELINQUENTS
Experiences With Victimization, Gang 75 (70)
Involvement, and the Justice System
5. Outside/Inside: The Violation of 77 (20)
American Girls at Home, on the Streets, and
in the Juvenile Justice System
Leslie Acoca
6. The Girls in the Gang: What We've 97 (18)
Learned From Two Decades of Research
Jody Miller
7. Federal Juvenile Justice Policy and the 115(13)
Incarceration of Girls
Ira M Schwartz, Martha W. Steketee, and
Victoria W. Schneider
8. Gender Bias and Juvenile Justice 128(17)
Revisited: A Multiyear Analysis
John M MacDonald and Meda Chesney-Lind
PART III: THE WOMAN OFFENDER
Crime and Punishment 145(50)
9. Murder as Self Help: Women and Intimate 147(10)
Partner Homicide
Elicka S. L. Peterson
10. Women at Risk in Sex Work: Strategies 157(12)
for Survival
Priscilla Pyett and Deborah Warr
11. Gender, Power, and Alternative Living 169(16)
Arrangements In the Inner-City Crack Culture
Lisa Maher Eloise Dunlap, Bruce D.
Johnson, and Ansley Hamid
12. The War on Drugs as a War Against Black 185(10)
Women
Stephanie R. Bush-Baskette
PART IV: WOMEN AND PRISON
Before, During, and After Incarceration 195(52)
13. Women Under Lock and Key: A View From 197(13)
the Inside
Meda Chesney-Lind and Noelie Rodriguez
14. Reflections on Women's Crime and 210(11)
Mothers in Prison: A Peacemaking Approach
Polly F Radosh
15. Living on the Outside: African American 221(10)
Women Before, During, and After Imprisonment
Zetma Weston Henriques and Norma
Manatu-Rupert
16. Challenges Incarcerated Women Face as 231(16)
They Return to Their Communities: Findings
From Life History Interviews
Beth E. Richie
Index 247(12)
About the Editors 259