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Downlaodable Instructor Test Bank for Women, Gender, and Crime A Text/Reader 3rd Edition By Stacy L. Mallicoat, ISBN: 9781506366869

Table Of Content

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
SECTION I. Women, Gender, and Crime: Introduction

The Influence of Feminism on Studies of Women, Gender, and Crime

Women, Gender, and Crime

Data Sources on Women as Victims and Offenders

The Contributions of Feminist Methodology to Research on Women, Gender, and Crime

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 1. Transformative Feminist Criminology: A Critical Rethinking of a Discipline

READING 2. Grounding the Analysis of Gender and Crime: Accomplishing and Interpreting Qualitative Interview Research

SECTION II. Theories of Victimization

Victims and the Criminal Justice System

Fear of Victimization

Theories on Victimization

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 3. College Students’ Crime-Related Fears on Campus: Are Fear-Provoking Cues Gendered?

READING 4. Women From Different Ethnic Groups and Their Experiences with Victimization and Seeking Help

SECTION III. Women, Gender, and Victimization: Rape and Sexual Assault

Historical Perspectives on Rape and Sexual Assault

Defining Sexual Victimization

Prevalence of Rape and Sexual Assault

Rape Myths

Acquaintance Versus Stranger Assault

Drug-Facilitated/Incapacitated Sexual Assault

Spousal Rape

Campus Sexual Assault

LBGTQ Sexual Violence

Racial Differences in Sexual Assault

The Role of Victims in Sexual Assault Cases

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 5. Student Perceptions of Sexual Assault Resources and Prevalence of Rape Myth Attitudes

READING 6. Regretting It After? Focus Group Perspectives on Alcohol Consumption, Nonconsensual Sex, and False Allegations of Rape

SECTION IV. Women, Gender, and Victimization: Intimate Partner Abuse and Stalking

Defining and Identifying Intimate Partner Abuse

The Cycle of Violence

Victims of Intimate Partner Abuse

Barriers to Leaving an Abusive Relationship

Victim Experiences With Police and Corrections

Stalking and Intimate Partner Violence

Victims and Offenders of Stalking

Cyberstalking

Laws on Stalking

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 7. “He Never Did Anything You Typically Think of as Abuse”: Experiences With Violence in Controlling and Noncontrolling Relationships in a Nonagency Sample of Women

READING 8. Women’s Disclosure of Dating Violence: A Mixed Methodological Study

SECTION V. International Issues in Gender-Based Violence

Human Trafficking

Rape as a War Crime

Female Genital Mutilation

Honor-Based Violence

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 9. Human Trafficking and Moral Panic in Cambodia

READING 10. Victim and Survivor: Narrated Social Identities of Women Who Experienced Rape During the War in Bosnia-Herzegovina

SECTION VI. Women, Gender, and Offending

Theoretical Perspectives on Female Criminality

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 11. The Intersectional Alternative: Explaining Female Criminality

READING 12. Has Criminology Awakened From Its “Androcentric Slumber”?

SECTION VII. Girls, Gender, and Juvenile Delinquency

The Rise of the Juvenile Court and the Sexual Double Standard

The Nature and Extent of Female Delinquency

The “Violent” Girl

Technical Violations: The New Status Offense

Risk Factors for Female Delinquency

Meeting the Unique Needs of Delinquent Girls

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 13. Assessing the Status of Gender-Specific Programs Through the Lens of Juvenile Justice Staff

READING 14. Trauma Among Lesbians and Bisexual Girls in the Juvenile Justice System

SECTION VIII. Female Offenders and Their Crimes

Women and Drugs

Property Crime

Prostitution

Gender and Violence

Mothers Who Kill Their Children

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 15. Cracked Perspectives: Reflections of Women and Girls in the Aftermath of the Crack Cocaine Era

READING 16. “First and Foremost They’re Survivors”: Selective Manipulation, Resilience, and Assertion Among Prostitute Women

SECTION IX. Processing and Sentencing of Female Offenders

Stages of the Criminal Justice System

Race Effects and the Processing of Female Offenders

The War on Drugs and Its Effects for Women

The Effects of Extralegal Factors on Sentencing Women

The Effects of Sentencing Guidelines on Judicial Decision Making

International Perspectives on the Processing of Female Offenders

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

READING 17. The Impact of Race, Gender, and Age on the Pretrial Decision

READING 18. Gender and Sentencing in the Federal Courts: Are Women Treated More Leniently?

SECTION X. The Supervision of Women: Community Corrections, Rehabilitation, and Reentry

Gender-Responsive Programming for Women

The Supervision of Women in the Community

Women on Parole

Reentry Issues for Incarcerated Women

Recidivism and Female Offenders

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 19. “It’s Their World, So You’ve Just Got to Get Through”: Women’s Experiences of Parole Governance

READING 20. Reentering Women: The Impact of Social Ties on Long-Term Recidivism

SECTION XI. Women, Gender, and Incarceration

Historical Context of Female Prisons

Contemporary Issues for Incarcerated Women

Physical and Mental Health Needs of Incarcerated Women

Children of Incarcerated Mothers: The Unintended Victims

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 21. Social Relationships and Group Dynamics Inside a Community Correction Facility for Women

READING 22. The Impact of Incarceration on Women’s Mental Health: Responses From Women in a Maximum-Security Prison

SECTION XII. Women Professionals and the Criminal Justice System: Police, Corrections, and Offender Services

Women in Policing

Women in Corrections

Community Corrections: Female Probation and Parole Officers

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 23. The Effect of Rank on Police Women Coping With Discrimination and Harassment

READING 24. Promotional Opportunities: How Women in Corrections Perceive Their Chances for Advancement at Work

SECTION XIII. Women Professionals and the Criminal Justice System: Courts and Victim Services

Women and the Law

Women and the Judiciary

Women and Work in Victim Services

Conclusion

SUMMARY

KEY TERMS

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

WEB RESOURCES

READING 25. Representation on the Courts? The Effects of Trial Judges’ Sex and Race

READING 26. Barriers to Working With Sexual Assault Survivors: A Qualitative Study of Rape Crisis Center Workers

Glossary
References
Index
About the Author