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Women, Prison, and Crime / Edition 2

Women, Prison, and Crime / Edition 2

by Joycelyn M. Pollock
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    ISBN-13: 2900534516894
    Publisher: Cengage Learning
    Publication date: 07/13/2001
    Edition description: REV
    Pages: 256
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

    About the Author

    Dr. Joycelyn Pollock is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Texas State University. Dr. Pollock's many published works include WOMEN'S CRIMES, CRIMINOLOGY AND CORRECTIONS; CRIMINAL LAW; PRISONS AND PRISON LIFE; and MORALITY STORIES. She received a Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Albany and a J.D. from the University of Houston. She received the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Fellows Award in 2015 for contributions to criminal justice research and education.

    Table of Contents

    1. INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S PRISONS: DIFFERENCES AND DISPARITIES. Increasing Numbers, Increasing Controversy. Women's Prisons Across the Country. A Brief Description of Prisons and Prisoners. Women Under Sentence of Death. Research and the Female Offender. Conclusion: Unanswered Questions
    2.HISTORY OF WOMEN'S PRISONS: THE LEGACY OF DIFFERENCE. Early Punishments and Places of Confinement. The Reformatory Era and Women. The End of the Reformatory Era. Conclusion: The Legacy of Difference
    3.WHO ARE THE WOMEN IN PRISON? Female Criminality. Explanations of Female Criminality. A Profile of the Female Prisoner. Conclusion
    4.ENTERING PRISON AND ADJUSTMENT. A Building Boom of Women's Prisons. Entering the Prison. The Prison World. Co-Correctional Facilities. Differences Between Women's and Men's Prisons. Conclusion
    5.GENDER RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING: THE REALITY OF DIFFERENCE. Programs. Drugs: A Solution Becomes a Problem. Inmates as Mothers. Gender-Responsive Programming. Conclusion
    6.LIVING IN PRISON. The Deprivations of Imprisonment. Adaptations: The Prisoner Subculture. Comparing Prisons for Women and Men. Conclusion
    7.LEGAL ISSUES OF INCARCERATED WOMEN. Legal Challenges by Women. Causes of Action. Programming and Medical Services. Other Issues. Child Custody and Separation Issues. Cross Sex Supervision. Parity v. Different Needs. Is Parity Dead? Conclusion
    8.WORKING IN PRISON: STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION. Female Correctional Officers. Men Guarding Women. Officer Subculture. Interactions with Inmates. Management Issues in a Women's Prison. Conclusion
    9.WOMEN INCARCERATED: JAILS AND PRISONS AROUND THE WORLD. Jail Inmates. Prisons for Women Across the World.Conclusion
    10.CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS. Legacies of the Past. Comparing Prisons for Women and Men. Parity versus Difference. Gender-Specific Programming. Conclusion.

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