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Criminalizing women

Criminalizing women

gender and (in)justice in neo-liberal times

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Published by Fernwood in Black Point, N.S .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Female offenders -- Canada,
  • Women prisoners -- Canada,
  • Sex discrimination in criminal justice administration -- Canada,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Canada,
  • Women"s rights -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Gillian Balfour and Elizabeth Comack.
    ContributionsBalfour, Gillian, 1965-, Comack, Elizabeth, 1952-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6046 .C745 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination382 p. ;
    Number of Pages382
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15623480M
    ISBN 101552661873
    ISBN 109781552661871
    LC Control Number2006386564
    OCLC/WorldCa63194760

    In book: Criminalizing Women: Gender and (In)justice in Neo-Liberal Times, Edition: 2nd, Chapter: Enhancing the Well-Being of Criminalized Indigenous Women: A Contemporary take on a Traditional. Most women in the Australian prison system have faced abuse in their past. But with an emphasis placed on punishment rather than rehabilitation, re-offending rates are high, and a majority struggle to re-integrate into society. This documentary follows three women as they navigate an institutional system designed not to bring about change in individuals, but to isolate them.

    Criminalizing Women: Gender and Injustice in Neo-Liberal Times Paperback – Aug. 1 by Gillian Balfour (Editor), Elizabeth Comack (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ Reviews: 1.   It's also, you know, already happening. In fact, "punishing" women for abortion has happened several times in alone. Increasingly, states are .

    Book Description Demeter Press, Canada, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. As the fastest growing prison population worldwide, more and more women are living in cages and most of them are mothers. This alarming trend has huge ramifications for women, children and communities across the globe. Criminalizing the black body was no small task, it would require a dominant narrative to take hold and the cooperation of popular culture, hard and soft sciences, and legal institutions. In , bestselling and highly influential author and Southern Baptist minister Thomas Dixon Jr. would be one of the first to popularize this notion.


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Criminalizing Women introduces readers to the key issues addressed by feminists engaged in criminology research over the past four decades. Although a greater number of white women than women of color are arrested, black women are eight times more likely than white women to be sent to prison.

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MEDA CHESNEY‐LIND. Meda Chesney‐Lind, Ph.D. is Professor of Women's Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Nationally recognized for her work on women and crime, her books include Girls, Delinquency and Juvenile Justice which was awarded the American.

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Criminalizing Women is a book that both provides space for criminalized women's narratives and, with a section on making change, it looks to the future with a toolbox full of feminist strategies to be used to address the issues revealed by these narratives.

Criminalization or criminalisation, in criminology, is "the process by which behaviors and individuals are transformed into crime and criminals".

Previously legal acts may be transformed into crimes by legislation or judicial decision. However, there is usually a formal presumption in the rules of statutory interpretation against the retrospective application of laws and only the use of. Criminalizing women: gender and (in)justice in neo-liberal times / Author: edited by Gillian Balfour & Elizabeth Comack.

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Get this from a library. Criminalizing women: gender and (in)justice in neo-liberal times. [Gillian Balfour; Elizabeth Comack;] -- This book shows how criminalized women and girls have been disciplined, managed, corrected, and punished as prisoners, patients, mothers, and victims through imprisonment, medication, and secure.

Women of color—citizen and migrant—are at the crux of the mass incarceration of people of color. African American and Latina women make up the fastest-growing population in US prisons and jails (The Rebecca Project for Human Rights).

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Elevating fetal rights over maternal rights is based on questionable assumptions and inconclusive. Criminalizing Women. 44min 13+. Most women in the Australian prison system have faced abuse in their past. But with an emphasis placed on punishment rather than rehabilitation, re-offending rates are high, and a majority struggle to re-integrate into society.

This documentary follows three women as they navigate an institutional system designed not to bring about change in individuals, but to isolate them. Balfour, Gillian,Comack, Elizabeth,eds.

Criminalizing Women: Gender And (in)justice In Neo-liberal Times. Black Point, N.S.: Fernwood, Print. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style.

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