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by Pat Carlen

ePub Criminal Women download
Author:
Pat Carlen
ISBN13:
978-0745600888
ISBN:
0745600883
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Unknown (1895)
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Sociology
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Pat Carlen is author of Magistrates' Justice and Women's Imprisonment Diana Christina lives in South London. Through painting and writing she aims to achieve 'self-integration, which is the art of living'.

Pat Carlen is author of Magistrates' Justice and Women's Imprisonment Diana Christina lives in South London. Jenny Hicks currently works for Clean Break, the ex-prisoner's theatre company, and the campaigning group Women In Prison.

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

Carlen, . (1992) 'Criminal Women and Criminal Justice, the Limits to and the Potential of, Feminist and Left Realist Perspectives', in. .Women, Crime and Poverty. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. Chapman, Jane Roberts

Carlen, . (1992) 'Criminal Women and Criminal Justice, the Limits to and the Potential of, Feminist and Left Realist Perspectives', in Matthews, . and Young, . (eds), Issues in Realist Criminology. Chapman, Jane Roberts. 1980), Economic Realities and the Female Offender. Lexington, Mass: Lexington Books. Chesney-Lind, M. (1984).

Carlen, P. (1990), Alternatives to Women’s Imprisonment (Buckingham: Open University Press). Carlen P. (1992) Women’s Criminal Careers. In: Downes D. (eds) Unravelling Criminal Justice. Palgrave Macmillan, London. Carlen, P. and Worrall, A. (eds) (1987), Gender, Crime and Justice (Milton Keynes, Bucks. Open University Press). Currie, E. (1985), Confronting Crime: An American Challenge (New York: Pantheon).

Criminal Women tells the stories of four women who, in attempting to.

Criminal Women tells the stories of four women who, in attempting to become women of their own making, became deeply involved in crime. These stories of criminal women are vivid chronicles of the times in which they have lived. Once again Pat Carlen's readiness to move outside the familiar topics of criminology has paid off.

by Pat Carlen, Anne Worrall. These are amongst the issues with which this book is concerned

by Pat Carlen, Anne Worrall. These are amongst the issues with which this book is concerned. Analysing Women's Imprisonment is written as an introductory text to the subject, aiming to guide students of penology carefully through the main historical and contemporary discourses on women's imprisonment. Each chapter has a clear summary ('concepts to know'), essay questions and recommendations for further reading, and will help students prepare confidently for seminars, course examinations and project work.

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Women and Punishment. This book brings together leading scholars and practitioners in the field, providing a critique of the reform initiatives which have taken place, and a much-needed theorization of cross-national policy in this area. It will be essential reading for all with an interest in prisons and prison reform.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780335158690.

However, some women do commit crimes, and Carlen looked into that question. For Carlen both these "deals" were really exploitative. She concluded that working-class women made a class deal and a gender deal that generally kept them under control. The class deal was that they would work hard in exchange for pay which they could then use to pay for consumer goods. The gender deal was that they should do domestic labour and give love and companionship to their husbands, in exchange for love and financial support.