Table of contents for Rethinking gender, crime, and justice : feminist readings / edited by Claire M. Renzetti, Lynne Goodstein, and Susan L. Miller.

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1.	Introduction to Gender and Justice: Feminist Perspectives
Lynne Goodstein
2.	Feminism and Crime
Jeanne Flavin & Amy Desautels
3.	Masculinities and Crime: Beyond a Dualist Criminology
James W. Messershcmidt
4.	Liberating Criminology: The Evolution of Feminist Thinking on Criminological 
Research Methods
Ronet Bachman & Christina Lanier
5.	Age Graded Pathways to Victimization and Offending among Women and Girls
Catherine Kaukinen, Angela R. Gover, & Stephanie A. Hays
6.	Juvenile Delinquency and Gender
Patrick J. Carr & Gabrielle Alfieri
7.	Violent Crime and Gender
Neil Websdale
8.	The Role of State and Corporate Malfeasance in Creating and Sustaining the American 
and Global Sweatshop 
Michael J. Lynch & Danielle McGurrin The
9.	Female Drug Offenders and the Drug/Crime Subculture: Gender, Stigma, and Social 
Susan E. Martin
10.	Compensating for Abuse: Women's Involvement in the Sex Trade in North America
Jody Raphael
11.	Global Prostitution, Sex Tourism, and Trafficking
Jody Miller
12.	Sexual Assault: Thirty Years and Counting
Susan Caringella-MacDonald
13.	Intimate Partner Abuse
Joanne Belknap & Hillary Potter
14.	Women, Race/Ethnicity, and Criminal Justice Processing
Vernetta D. Young & Terri Adams-Fuller
15.	Issues Facing Women Prisoners in the Early 21st Century
Tammy L. Anderson
16.	Workplace Problems in Police Departments and Methods of Coping: Women at the 
Merry Morash, Robin Haarr, & Dina P. Gonyea
17.	Women Criminal Lawyers
Cynthia Siemsen
18.	Women on the Bench: The Voices and Experiences of Female Judges
Susan L. Miller, Shana L. Maier, & Michelle L. Meloy
19.	"Yes, I've Paid the Price, but Look How Much I've Gained": The Struggle and Status of 
Women Correctional Officers
Mary K. Stohr

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Female offenders -- United States.
Women -- Crimes against -- United States.
Sex discrimination in criminal justice administration -- United States.