Women in Prison: Gender and Social Control

Women in Prison: Gender and Social Control

By: Jim Thomas (editor), Barbara Zaitzow (editor)Hardback

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Description

This title explores how the gender-based attitudes that women bring to prison frame how they respond to the prison environment - and how gender stereotypes continue to affect the treatment and opportunities of incarcerated women today.

Contents

Introduction: The Difference ""Difference"" Makes - J. Thomas. ""Doing Gender"" in a Women's Prison - B. Zaitzow. ""Gun Molls"" and ""Fallen Women"" - E. Heffernan. Women's Stories of Survival and Resistance - K.J. Ferraro and A. M. Moe. Abused Women and Incarceration - L.B. Girshick. Imprisoned Mothers and Their Children - S.F. Sharp and M.E. Eriksen. Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Prison - M. Bosworth. Parallels in the Prison Experiences of Men and Women - R.S. Jones and T. Schmid. Ultra Masculine Stereotypes and Violence in the Control of Female Inmates - F. Lutze. Conclusion: Moving Forward - J. Thomas.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781588262288
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 240
  • ID: 9781588262288
  • ISBN10: 1588262286

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