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Judge, Lawyer, Victim, Thief: Women, Gender Roles, and Criminal Justice. Women and Criminal Justice 1:73-86. Equal Protection Forcing Changes in Women’s Prisons. Boston: Northeastern University Press. Hard Times: The Evolution of the Women's Prison System and the Example of the New York State Prison for Women at Auburn, 1893-1933. Correction Law Reporter 2: 49, 51-52. Partial Justice: Women, Prisons, and Social Control (2nd Ed). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Sarah Doyle Women's Center. American Association of University Women. 26 Benevolent Street. Providence, RI 02912.

Criminal Justice and Women. 45. The Criminal Justice System And Women: Offenders, Victims, and Workers, by Barbara Raffel Price A look at how the criminal justice system works in America for women offenders and how criminal justice professionals can help them. Criminal Justice Basics.

Heffernan, E. Women offenders in the Alaska criminal justice system. Judge, lawyer, victim, thief: Women, gender roles, and criminal justice. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1982. Report to Division of Corrections, State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services, July 15, 1979. Herbert, R. Women’s prisons-An equal protection evaluation. Potter, J. In prison, women are different. Corrections Magazine, 1978, December, 14–24. Rafter, N. H. Partial justice: Women in state prisons, 1800–1935. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1985.

Criminal justice system practitioners have only recently become aware of the impact of crime on its victims and how insensitive .

Criminal justice system practitioners have only recently become aware of the impact of crime on its victims and how insensitive responses by law enforcement, prosecutional, and judicial officials may compound the trauma.

Victims of crime' play a critical role in the criminal justice sys . This Note examines the various roles and rights victims have in the criminal justice system, focusing on plea bargains and parole hearings.

Victims of crime' play a critical role in the criminal justice sys-. Women, and feminists, press for prosecution of husbands who beat their wives and question the frequency with which rape charges are reduced to indecent assault. Blacks and Hispanics protest a double standard that treats the ghetto as a lawless enclave in which crimes committed by one resident against an-other are ignored while crimes committed by those who stray outside the ghetto are routinely prosecuted. Boston: Northeastern University Press: 277–303. Comptroller General (1980) Women in Prison: Inequitable Treatment Requires Action. Von Hentig, H. (1942) The criminality of the colored woman, in University of Colorado Studies, Series C 1 (3): 231–260. Crime and the Family. In Rafter and Stanko, (Ed., Judge, Lawyer, Victim, Thief: Women, Gender Roles, and Criminal Justice (Ch. 11).