34. Men, Prisons, Criminology, the Law

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a) Men, Prison, Crime, Law

Note: Also see "Working with Perpetrators or Offenders" under "Counselling and Therapy (working with men)". Also see references on men's violence and responses to this.

Adler, Christine. (1991). Explaining violence: Socioeconomics and masculinity. In Chappell, D., Grabosky, P. and Strang, H. (eds.). Australian Violence: Contemporary Perspectives, Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology

Alexander, Claire E. (2000). The Asian Gang: Ethnicity, Identity, Masculinity. Oxford, UK: Berg.

Allen, Judith. (1989). Men, crime and criminology: Recasting the questions. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Volume 17 Issue 1, February, pp. 19-39.

Ansell, Bob. (1986). Working with men in prisons. In Linking Men’s Services: A Conference on Men’s Issues and Services in South Australia, Conference Proceedings, Noarlunga Centre

Bandyopadhyay, M. (2006). Competing Masculinities in a Prison. Men and Masculinities, 9(2): 186-203.

Bearup, Luke S. (2003). ‘We Feel Happy and Need Sex and We are Brave’: Male Khmer Youth Gangs, Cambodia. Thesis, Bachelor of Letters in Sociology, Deakin University.

Bergner, Daniel, and Dan Bergner. (2000). God of the Rodeo: The Search for Hope, Faith, and a Six-Second Ride in Louisiana’s Angola Prison. Crown Pub.

Boswell, Gwyneth. (2002). Imprisoned Fathers: The Children’s View. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, Volume 41 Issue 1, February.

British Journal of Criminology. (1996). Special Issue: Masculinities, Social Relations and Crime. 36(3).
Jefferson, Tony. Introduction..
Sparks, R. Masculinity and Heroism in the Hollywood ‘Blockbuster’: The Culture Industry and Contemporary Images of Crime and Law Enforcement. (pp. 348-360)
Liddle, A. Mark. State, Masculinities and Law: Some Comments on Gender and English State-Formation. (pp. 361-380)
Kersten, Joachim. Culture, Masculinities and Violence Against Women. (pp. 381-395)
Alder, Christine and Polk, Kenneth. Masculinity and Child Homicide. (pp. 396-411).
Bourgois, Philippe. In Search of Masculinity: Violence, Respect and Sexuality among Puerto Rican Crack Dealers in East Harlem. (pp. 412-427).
Collison, M. In Search of the High Life: Drugs, Crime, Masculinities and Consumption. (pp. 428-444)

Brown, Sheila. (1998). Understanding Youth and Crime: Listening to Youth?. Open University Press (Includes. Youth and Crime: Beyond the boy zone).

Butler, Tony, Basil Donovan, Michael Levy, and John Caldor. (2002). Sex behind the prison walls. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 26(4).

Campbell, Bea. (1993). Goliath. London: Methuen.

Carrabine, Eamonn, and Brian Longhurst. (1998). Gender and Prison Organisation: Some Comments on Masculinities and Prison Management. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 37(2), pp. 161-176, May.

Carter, Keith. (1996). Masculinity in prison. In Pilcher, Jane and Coffey, Amanda. (eds.). Gender and Qualitative Research, Aldershot, Hants, England: Avebury.

Cohen, J. W., and P. J. Harvey. (2006). Misconceptions of Gender: Sex, Masculinity, and the Measurement of Crime. Journal of Men’s Studies, 14(2).

Cohen, Jeffrey W., and Patrick J. Harvey. (2006). Misconceptions of Gender: Sex, Masculinity, and the Measurement of Crime. Journal of Men’s Studies, Spring, Vol. 14 Iss. 2.

Collier, Richard. (1993). Masculinity, Law and Family. London: Routledge.

Collier, Richard. (1997). Masculinities, Crime, and Criminology: Men, Corporeality, and the Criminal(ized) Body. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Collier, Richard. (2003). Reflections on the Relationship Between Law and Masculinities: Rethinking the ‘man question’ in Legal Studies. Current Legal Problems, Vol. 56.

Collins, Jock, Greg Noble, Scott Poynting, and Paul Tabar. (2000). Kebabs, kids, cops and crime: Youth, ethnicity and crime. Sydney: Pluto Press
Includes: Chapter 5, ‘Someone to fear’: Lebanese youth, gangs, masculinity and racism.

Courtenay, Will H., and Don Sabo. (2001). Preventive health strategies for men in prison. In Donald F. Sabo, Terry Allen Kupers and Willie James London. (eds.). Prison Masculinities. Temple University Press.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (1990). Work with Sex Offenders in Prison: What happens to the “Nonces”? Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 1 (1), 145-151.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (1996). The Black Male Sex Offender in Prison: images and issues. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 2(2): 122-142.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (2005). A Man’s World: Gender Issues in Working with Male Sex Offenders in Prison. In Britton, D. M., Gender and Prison. Aldershot, Ashgate. (reprint of 1998 Howard Journal paper).

Cunneen, Chris, and Rob White. (1996). Masculinity and juvenile justice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 29(1), March.

Cunneen, Chris. (1985). Working class boys and crime: Theorising the class/gender Mix. In Patton, Paul and Poole, Ross. (eds.). War/Masculinity. Sydney: Intervention Publications

Dawes, Glenn. (2002). Figure eights, spin outs and power slides: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and the culture of joyriding. Journal of Youth Studies. Volume 5, Number 2/June 01, pp. 195 – 208.

Denborough, David. (ed). (1996). Beyond the Prison: Gathering dreams of freedom. Adelaide: Dulwich Centre Publications.
8. Who is Imprisoned? Exploring Issues of Masculinity.
12. Talking About Men’s Violence, Talking About Prisons.
And more…

Devilly, G. J., L. Sorbello, L. Eccleston, and T. Ward. (2005). Prison-based peer-education schemes. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(2): 219-240.

Devor, Holly. (1988). Teaching Women’s Studies to male inmates. In Tancred-Sheriff, Peta. (ed.). Feminist Research: Prospect and Retrospect, Kingston & Montreal, Canada: Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.

Duncan, Karen. (2001). ‘Power over violence’: Working with young men in a justice setting. Dulwich Centre Journal. No’s 3 & 4

Evans, Raymond, and Bill Thorpe. (1998). Commanding men: Masculinities and the convict system. Journal of Australian Studies, No. 56

Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice About Men as Fathers. 3(3),
Randal D. Day, Alan C. Acock, Stephen J. Bahr, and Joyce Arditti / Incarcerated Fathers Returning Home to Children and Families: Introduction to the Special Issue and a Primer on Doing Research with Men in Prison (183-200).
Wm. Justin Dyer / Prison, Fathers, and Identity: A Theory of How Incarceration Affects Men’s Paternal Identity (201-219).
Lynda Clarke, Margaret O’Brien, Randal D. Day, Hugo Godwin, Jo Connolly, Joanne Hemmings, and Terri Van Leeson / Fathering behind Bars in English Prisons: Imprisoned Fathers’ Identity and Contact with Their Children (221-241).
Stephen J. Bahr, Anita Harker Armstrong, Benjamin Guild Gibbs, Paul E. Harris, and James K. Fisher / The Reentry Process: How Parolees Adjust to Release from Prison (243-265).
Joyce A. Arditti, Sara A. Smock, and Tiffaney S. Parkman / It’s Been Hard to be a Father: A Qualitative Exploration of Incarcerated Fatherhood (267-288).
Kevin M. Roy and Omari L. Dyson / Gatekeeping in Context: Babymama Drama and the Involvement of Incarcerated Fathers (289-310).
Book Reviews
Fatherhood Arrested: Parenting from Within the Juvenile Justice System by Anne M. Nurse / Reviewed by Brad Tripp.
The Role of the Father in Child Development (4th edition) edited by Michael E. Lamb / Reviewed by William Marsiglio.

Gear, Sasha. (2005). Rules of engagement: Structuring sex and damage in men’s prisons and beyond. Culture, Health & Sexuality, Volume 7, Number 3, May, pp. 195-208.

Goodey, Jo. (1997). Boys don’t cry: Masculinities, fear of crime and fearlessness. British Journal of Criminology, 37(3), Summer

Griffin, Christine. (1993). Bad boys and invisible girls: Youth, crime and ‘delinquency’. Chapter 4 in Representations of Youth: The Study of Youth and Adolescence in Britain and America. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Groombridge, N. I. C. (1998). Masculinities and Crimes Against the Environment. Theoretical Criminology, 2(2): 249-267.

Hanna, F. (2005). Punishing Masculinity in Gay Asylum Claims. The Yale Law Journal, 114(4): 913.

Hayslett-McCall, K. L., and T. J. Bernard. (2002). Attachment, masculinity, and self-control: A theory of male crime rates. Theoretical Criminology, 6(1): 5-33.

Heilpern, David M. (1998). Fear or Favour: Sexual Assault of Young Prisoners. Lismore, NSW: Southern Cross University Press.

Henderson, Jean. (1994). Masculinity and crime: The implications of a gender-conscious approach to working with young men involved in ‘joyriding’. Social Action, 2(2), pp. 19-26.

Holland, Sally, and Jonathan B. Scourfield. (2000). Managing marginalised masculinities: Men and probation. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(2), pp. 199-211, July.

Hood-Williams, J. (2001). Gender, Masculinities and Crime: From Structures to psyches. Theoretical Criminology, 5(1): 37-60.

Hood-Williams, J. (2001). Gender, masculinities and crime: From structures to psyches. Theoretical Criminology. 5(1):37-60, Feb.

Hua-Fu, Hsu. (2005). The Patterns of Masculinity in Prison. Critical Criminology, Volume 13, Number 1, January, pp. 1-16.

Hughson, John. (1999). The boys in blue and the bad blue boys: A case study of interactive relations between the Police and ethnic youth in Western Sydney. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 34(2), May

Hunt, GP. Laidler KJ. (2001). Alcohol and violence in the lives of gang members. Alcohol Health & Research World. 25(1):66-71.

Jefferson, T. (2002). Subordinating hegemonic masculinity. Theoretical Criminology, 6(1): 63-88.

Jefferson, Tony. (1994). Crime, criminology, masculinity and young men. In Coote, Anna. (ed.). Families, Children and Crime. London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

Jefferson, Tony. (1997). Masculinities and crime. In M. Maguire, R. Morgan, and R. Reiner. (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (2nd ed.). Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp535-557.

Jenkins, Jan. (1994). Men, Masculinity and Offending. ILPS and London Action Trust, October.

Jewkes, Y. (2005). Men Behind Bars: “Doing” Masculinity as an Adaptation to Imprisonment. Men and Masculinities, 8(1): 44-63.

Jewkes, Yvonne. (2005). Men Behind Bars: “Doing” Masculinity as an Adaptation to Imprisonment. Men and Masculinities, 8(1), July, pp. 44-63.

Kersten, Joachim. (1993). Crime and masculinities in Australia, Germany and Japan. International Sociology, 8(4), December.

Kipnis, Aaron. (1999). Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help ‘Bad Boys’ Become Good Men. Jossey Bass Publishers

Knox, Jo. (1996). A prison perspective. In Cavanagh, Kate and Cree, Viviene E. (eds.). Working with Men: Feminism and Social Work. London & New York: Routledge

Leigh, Andrew. (1996). Youth and street racing. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, v.7 no.3 Mar: (388)-393.

Levit, Nancy. (1996). Feminism for Men: Legal Ideology and the Construction of Maleness. UCLA Law Review, 43(4).

Lockwood, D. (1980). Prison Sexual Violence. Elsevier.

McKeown, Lawrence. (1994). Republican Men: Life Underneath the Stereotypes. (On male Republican prisoners) Irish Reporter, Special Issue: The Irish Male, No. 14.

Messerschmidt, James W. (1993). Masculinities and Crime: Critique and Reconceptualiation of Theory. Lanham MD, Rowman and Littlefield.

Messerschmidt, James W. (2005). Men, Masculinities, and Crime. In The Handbook of Studies on Men and Masculinities. Eds Michael Kimmel, Jeff Hearn, and R.W. Connell. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Miller, Jerome G. (1996). Search and Destroy: African-American Males in the Criminal Justice System. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Nandi, M. (2002). Re/Constructing Black Masculinity in Prison. Journal of Men’s Studies, Fall, Vol.11, Iss. 1.

Nerenberg, Ellen Victoria. (2001). Barracks and borders, prisons and masculinity. pp. 29-60; IN: Prison Terms: Representing Confinement During and After Italian Fascism; Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Newburn, Tim and Stanko, Elizabeth A. (eds.). (1994). Just Boys Doing Business? Men, Masculinities and Crime. London: Routledge.

Newton, Carolyn. (1994). Gender theory and prison sociology: Using theories of masculinities to interpret the sociology of prisons for men. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 33(3), August, pp. 193-202.

Niehaus, I. (2002). Renegotiating Masculinity in the South African Lowveld: Narratives of Male-Male Sex in Labour Compounds and in Prisons. African Studies, 1 July, vol. 61, no. 1, pp. 77-97.

O’Connor, Christopher, and Katharine Kelly (2006). Auto theft and Youth Culture: A Nexus of Masculinities, Femininities and Car Culture. Journal of Youth Studies, Volume 9 Number 3, July.

O’Donnell, Mike, and Sue Sharpe. (2000). Culture, leisure and crime. Chapter 5 in Uncertain Masculinities: Youth, Ethnicity and Class in Contemporary Britain. London & New York: Routledge

Ogilvie, Emma, and Allan Van Zyl. (2001?). Young indigenous males, custody and the rites of passage. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice. No. 204. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Ogilvie, Emma. (1996). Masculine obsessions: An examination of criminology, Criminality and Gender. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 29(3), December.

Payne, S. (1996). Masculinity and the redundant male: Explaining the increasing incarceration of young men. Social & Legal Studies, 5(2). (Also in Heller, Tom. (ed.). Working for Health; London: Open University.)

Pleasants, R. K. (2007). Teaching Young Men in Correctional Education: Issues and Interventions in Male Identity Development. Journal of Correctional Education, 58(3): 249.

Poynting, Noble, Tabar and Collins. (2004). Bin Laden in the Suburbs: Criminalising the Arab Other. Sydney: Institute of Criminology.

Quintero, G. A., and A. L. Estrada. (1998). Cultural models of masculinity and drug use: “machismo,” heroin, and street survival on the U. S.–Mexico border. Contemporary Drug Problems, 25(1): 147.

Quintero, G., and A.L. Estrada. (1998). Machismo, drugs and street survival in a US-Mexico border community. Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Volume 26 Issue 1, May, pp. 3-10.

Robertson, S. (2001). Separating the men from the boys: Masculinity, psychosexual development, and sex crime in the United States, 1930s-1960s. Journal of the History of Medicine & Allied Sciences. 56(1):3-35, Jan.

Rose, David. (2001). Masculinity, offending and prison-based work. In Pease, Bob and Peter Camilleri. (eds.). Working With Men in the Human Services. Sydney: Allen & Unwin

Ruxton, Sandy. (1996). Boys won’t be boys: Tackling the roots of male delinquency. In Lloyd, Trefor and Wood, Tristan. (eds.). What Next for Men?. London: Working With Men.

Sabo, Donald F., and David F. Gordon. (eds.). (1995). Men’s Health and Illness: Gender, Power and the Body. London: Sage

Sabo, Donald F., and Willie London. (eds.). (1992). Men’s Studies Review, Special Issue: Men in Prison. 9(1), Spring

Sabo, Donald F., Terry Allen Kupers, and Willie James London. (eds.). (2001). Prison Masculinities. Temple University Press.
Pt. I. Introduction.
Gender and the Politics of Punishment / Don Sabo; Terry A. Kupers; Willie London.
PART II. Historical Roots and Contemporary Trends.
Penitence for the Privileged: Manhood, Race, and Penitentiaries in Early America / Mark E. Kann.
Race, Gender, and Prison History: From the Convict Lease System to the Supermax Prison / Angela Y. Davis.
Crime, Politics, and Community Since the 1990s / Marc Mauer.
The Elements of Crime / Anthony Thomas.
A World Without Softness / Willie London.
Slave Ship / Steve Fraley.
PART III. The Social Construction of Prison Masculinities.
Doing Time, Doing Masculinity: Sports and Prison / Don Sabo.
Masculinities, Crime, and Prison / James W. Messerschmidt.
Grappling with Issues of Privilege: A Male Prison Worker’s Perspective / David Denborough.
The Culture of Transgression: Initiations into the Homosociality of a Midwestern State Prison / Carl Bryan Holmberg.
Male Prisoners: Privacy, Suffering, and the Legal Construction of Masculinity / Nancy Levit.
Boyz II Men / Horace Bell.
Devil’s Den / Horace Bell.
My Mother Death / Willie London.
Prison Friendships / Derrick Corley.
PART IV. Sexualities, Sexual Violence, and Intimacy in Prison.
Rape and the Prison Code / Terry A. Kupers.
A Million Jockers, Punks, and Queens / Stephen ‘Donny’ Donaldson.
The Story of a Black Punk / Anonymous.
The Wall of Silence: Prison Rape and Feminist Politics / Susanne V. Paczensky.
A Moment / O’Neil Stough.
Caged and Celibate / Mumia Abu-Jamal.
The Phone / Michael Keck.
Be Not So Quick to Judge / Alice.
Reflections / Carlos Hornsby.
Skin Blind / Dan Pens.
Once More I Dream / Stephen Wayne Anderson.
PART V. Men’s Health in Prison.
Preventive Health Strategies for Men in Prison / Will H. Courtenay; Don Sabo.
Sentence - Death by Lethal Infection: IV-Drug Use and Infectious Disease Transmission in North American Prisons / Carol Polych; Don Sabo.
Deliberate Indifference / O’Neil Stough.
Mental Health in Men’s Prisons / Terry A. Kupers.
Night Crier / Rudy Chato Paul, Sr.
PART VI. Prison Reform, Reforming Prison Masculinities.
Scars / Jarvis Masters.
Boys Are Not Men: Notes on Working with Adolescent Males in Juvenile Detention / Jackson Katz.
Support Groups for Men in Prison: The Fellowship of the King of Hearts / Harris Breiman; T. Pete Bonner.
The Anti-Exploits of Men Against Sexism, 1977-78 / Daniel Burton-Rose.
Men Helping Men: Facilitating Therapy Groups for Sex Offenders / Charles J. Sabatino.
Litigation, Advocacy, and Self-Respect / Donald Specter; Terry A. Kupers.
Rehabilitating Prison Labor: The Uses of Imprisoned Masculinity / Christian Parenti.
Reentry: Prospects for Postrelease Success / Lige Dailey, Jr.
For Further Reading.

Schifter, Jacobo. (1999). Macho Love: Sex Behind Bars in Central America. Haworth Press

Schwartz, M.D. (1996). Study of masculinities and crime. Criminologist, Volume 21 Issue 1, January-February, pp. 1, 4-5.

Sexuality & Culture, Volume 7, Number 4, Fall 2003, Special Issue: Sexuality and the Corrections System
Guest Editor: Roberto Hugh Potter
Introduction / Roberto Hugh Potter
Sexuality and Corrections: An Administrator’s Perspective / Reginald A. Wilkinson
The Impact of Institutional Factors on Officially Reported Sexual Assaults in Prisons / Christopher Hensley, Mary Koscheski, and Richard Tewksbury
Imprisoning Masculinity / Kate Seymour
If You Drop The Soap In The Shower You Are On Your Own: Images of Male Rape in Selected Prison Movies / Helen Eigenberg and Agnes Baro
Concerns from “Behind the Fence”: A Comment / William Edwards

Shear, Keith. (1996). ‘Not welfare or uplift work’: White women, masculinity and policing in South Africa. Gender and History, 8(3).

Sheldon, Sally. (1999). ReConceiving masculinity: Imagining men’s reproductive bodies in law. Journal of Law and Society, 26(2), pp. 129-149.

Sloggett, J. (1995). Police, Masculinity and the Media: Manly Men Doing Manly Things. Unpublished Manuscript (Honours thesis), Dept. of Sociology and Social Anthropology. University of Western Sydney - Macarthur.

Snider, Laureen. (1998). Towards safer societies: Punishment, masculinities and violence against women. British Journal of Criminology, 38(1), pp. 1-39.

Stanko, Elizabeth A. (ed). (1994). Perspectives on Violence. London: Quartet (includes 3 chapters on prisons).

Steele, T., and N. Wilcox. (2003). A View From the Inside: The Role of Redemption, Deterrence, and Masculinity on Inmate Support for the Death Penalty. Crime Delinquency, 49(2): 285-312.

Stephenson, June. (1995). Men Are Not Cost-Effective: Male Crime in America. New York: HarperCollins (1st Published 1991, Diemer Smith Publ.)

Sunley, R. (1996). Criminal Justice and the Crisis of Masculinity. University of Leicester: Centre for the Study of Public [??], Studies in Crime, Order and Policing Occasional Paper No. 10.

Thurston, Richard. (1996). Are you sitting comfortably? Men’s storytelling, masculinities, prison culture and violence. In Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press

Tomsen, Stephen. (1996). Ruling men? Some comments on masculinity and juvenile justice. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 29.

Tomsen, Stephen. (1997). A top night: Social protest, masculinity and the culture of drinking violence. British Journal of Criminology, 37(1), Winter

Voisin, D. R., L. F. Salazar, R. Crosby, R. J. DiClemente, W. L. Yarber, and M. Staples-Horne. (2004). The association between gang involvement and sexual behaviours among detained adolescent males. Sex Transm Infect, 80(6): 440-442.

Walker, Linley Margaret. (1998). Chivalrous masculinity among juvenile offenders in Western Sydney: a new perspective on young working class men and crime. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, v.9 no.3, Mar: (279)-293

Walrath, C. (2001). Evaluation of an Inmate-Run Alternatives to Violence Project: The Impact of Inmate-to-Inmate Intervention. J Interpers Violence, 16(7): 697-711.

Warner, K. (2004). Gang rape in Sydney: crime, the media, politics, race and sentencing. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 37(3): 344-361.

Weatherspoon, Floyd D. (1998). African-American Males and the Law: Cases and Material.

Winlow, Simon. (2001). Badfellas: Crime, Tradition and New Masculinities. Oxford; New York: Berg.
1. History, Modernity and Masculinities.
2. And Then the World Changed: Social Change and Changing Gender Roles in the Contemporary North East.
3. Bouncing as a Contemporary Urban Career: Post-modernity, De-industrialization, Masculinity and Cultural Adaptation.

Wooden, W.S., and J. Parker. (1982). Men Behind Bars: Sexual Exploitation in Prison. Da Capo Press.

Wright, K.N. (1991). Violent and victimized in the male prison. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Volume 16 Issue 3/4, pp. 1-25.

XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1994). Special feature: Men in Prison, 4(3), Spring
Inside/outside (On class, masculinity, sexuality and race in the prison system).
How Not to Be a Man (Reflections by a prison inmate).
Black in a White Man’s World (Interview with three Aboriginal inmates).
Gay Behind Bars.
Hell and Home (The many meanings of prison).
Prison Facts (A snapshot).
Three Minutes in the Life of Society’s Reject (A story).

XY: Men, Sex, Politics. (1997). Special feature: Men and the Law, 7(2), Spring.

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b) General References on Prisons, Criminology and Gender

Note: Also see references on violence.

Adams, Robert. (1997). The Abuses of Punishment. Macmillan.

Albertson, Martha A., and Nancy S. Thomadsen. (eds.). (1991). At the Boundaries of Law: Feminism and Legal Theory. New York: Routledge.

Allen, Hilary. (1987). Justice Unbalanced: Gender, Psychiatry and Judicial Decisions. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Anderson, Tim. (year?). Inside Outlaws.

Barlow, H.G. (ed). (1995). Crime and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Bartlett, Katharine T., and Rosanne Kennedy. (eds.). (1991). Feminist Legal Theory: Readings in Law and Gender. Westview Press.

Baskin, Deborah R., and Ira B. Sommers. (1997). Casualties of Community Disorder: Women’s Careers in Violent Crime.

Bloom, Barbara, Russ Immarigeon, and Barbara Owen. (eds.). (1995). Women in Prisons and Jails. Special Issue of The Prison Journal, 75(2), June.

Boyd, Susan B. (ed). (1997). Challenging the Public/Private Divide: Feminism, Law, and Public Policy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press
1. Challenging the Public/Private Divide: An Overview / Susan B. Boyd
2. Restructuring Public and Private: Women’s Paid and Unpaid Work / Pat Armstrong
3. A Little Sex Can Be a Dangerous Thing: Regulating Sexuality, Venereal Disease, and Reproduction in British Columbia, 1919-1945 / Dorothy E. Chunn
4. Sounds of Silence: The Public/Private Dichotomy, Violence, and Aboriginal Women / Jennifer Koshan
5. Who Pays for Caring for Children? Public Policy and the Devaluation of Women’s Work / Katherine Teghtsoonian
6. Across the Home/Work Divide: Homework in Garment Manufacture and the Failure of Employment Regulation / Amanda Araba Ocran
7. Some Mothers Are Better Than Others: A Re-examination of Maternity Benefits / Nitya Iyer
8. Balancing Acts: Career and Family among Lawyers / Fiona M. Kay
9. ‘A Jury Dressed in Medical White and Judicial Black’: Mothers with Mental Health Histories in Child Welfare and Custody / Judith Mosoff.
10. Looking beyond Tyabji: Employed Mothers, Lifestyles, and Child Custody Law / Susan B. Boyd
11. Lesbians, Child Custody, and the Long Lingering Gaze of the Law / Jenni Millbank
12. Public Taxes, Privatizing Effects, and Gender Inequality / Claire F. L. Young
13. Blue Meanies in Alberta: Tory Tactics and the Privatization of Child Welfare / Marlee Kline
14. Going Global: Feminist Theory, International Law, and the Public/Private Divide / Doris Elisabeth Buss.

Braithwaite, John. (1989). Crime, Shame and Reintegration. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Carlen, Pat, and Anne Worrall. (eds.). (1987). Gender, Crime and Justice. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Carlen, Pat. (1988). Women, Crime and Poverty. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Carlen, Pat. (1990). Alternatives to Women’s Imprisonment. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Carrington, K. (1995). Postmodernism and Feminist Criminologies: Disconnecting Discourses. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, Vol. 22, pp. 261-77.

Carrington, Kerry et.al. (eds.). (1991). Travesty! Miscarriages of Justice. Sydney: Pluto Press.

Carrington, Kerry. (1997). Postmodernism and Feminist Criminologies: Fragmenting the Criminological Subject. In Walton, Paul and Young, Jock. (eds.). The New Criminology Revisited. Macmillan.

Chesney-Lind, Meda. (1997). The Female Offender: Girls, Women, and Crime. Sage (Women and the Criminal Justice System series).

Clapp, Elizabeth J. Mothers of All Children: Women Reformers and the Rise of Juvenile Courts in Progressive Era America.

Cohen, Stanley. Visions of Social Control.

Coote, Anna. (ed). (1994). Families, Children and Crime. London: Institute for Public Policy Research.

Cragg. (1992). The Practice of Punishment.

Crimmins, Susan. (1997). Lethal Losses: When Women Kill.

Daly, Kathleen, and Lisa Maher. (eds.). (1998). Criminology at the Crossroads: Feminist Readings in Crime and Justice. New York: Oxford University Press.
1. Crossroads and Intersections: Building from Feminist Critique / Kathleen Daly and Lisa Maher
2. The Woman of Legal Discourse / Carol Smart
3. Fallen Angels: The Representation of Violence Against Women in Legal Culture / Kristin Bumiller
4. Rendering Them Harmless: The Professional Portrayal of Women Charged with Serious Violent Crimes / Hilary Allen
5. Postmodernism and Feminist Criminologies: Disconnecting Discourses? / Kerry Carrington
6. ‘Just Every Mother’s Angel’: An Analysis of Gender and Ethnic Variations in Youth Gang Membership / Karen A. Joe and Meda Chesney-Lind
7. Women on the Edge of Crime: Crack Cocaine and the Changing Contexts of Street-Level Sex Work in New York City / Lisa Maher and Richard Curtis
8. Women’s Pathways to Felony Court: Feminist Theories of Lawbreaking and Problems of Representation / Kathleen Daly
9. Fraternities and Rape on Campus / Patricia Yancey Martin and Robert A. Hummer. 10. Is ‘Doing Nothing’ Just Boys’ Play? Integrating Feminist and Cultural Studies Perspectives on Working-Class Young Men’s Masculinity / Joyce E. Canaan
11. Masculinity, Honour, and Confrontational Homocide / Kenneth Polk
12. Policing Woman Battering / Kathleen J. Ferraro
13. What Is to Be Gained by Looking White People in the Eye? Culture, Race, and Gender in Cases of Sexual Violence / Sherene Razack
14. Feminism, Punishment, and the Potential of Empowerment / Laureen Snider
15. The Black Community, Its Lawbreakers, and a Politics of Identification / Regina Austin.

Easteal, Patricia W. (1993). (ed.). Women and the Law. Conference Proceedings No. 16, Australian Institute of Criminology.

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5. Women in Prison.

Eaton, Mary. (1986). Justice for Women? Family, Court and Social Control. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

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Howe, Adrian. (1994). Punish and Critique: Towards a Feminist Analysis of Penality. Routledge.

Hudson, Barbara. (1996). Understanding Justice: An Introduction to Ideas, Perspectives and Controversies in Modern Penal Theory. Open University Press.

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McPherson, Karen S. (1994). Incriminations: Guilty Women / Telling Stories.

Menzies, Robert, and Dorothy E. Chunn. (1991). Kicking Against the Pricks: The Dilemmas of Feminist Teaching in Criminology. In MacLean and Milovanovic. (eds.). New Directions in Critical Criminology.

Messerschmidt, James W. (1997). Crime as Structured Action: Gender, Race, Class, and Crime in the Making. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Miller, Jody, and Rod K. Brunson (2000) Gender dynamics in youth gangs: A comparison of males’ and females’ accounts. Justice Quarterly, September, Vol. 17, Iss. 3.

Miller, S.L. (1998). Crime Control and Women: Feminist Implications of Criminal Justice Policy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Naffine, Ngaire. (1997). Feminism and Criminology. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

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Patterson, R.L. (1995). Criminality Among Women: A Brief Review of the Literature. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Volume 22 Issue 3/4, pp. 33-53.

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Rafter, Nicole Hahn and Heidensohn, Frances. (eds.). (1995). International Feminist Perspectives in Criminology: Engendering a Discipline. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Rebecca, R. (2006). Children in sex, adults in crime: constructing and confining teens. Resources for Feminist Research, 31(3/4): 9.

Rhode, Deborah. (1989). Justice and Gender. Harvard University Press.

Richie, Beth E. (1995). Compelled to Crime: The Gender Entrapment of Battered, Black Women.

Sampson, Adam. (1992). Acts of Abuse: Sex Offenders and the Criminal Justice System. Routledge.

Scutt, Jocelyne. (1990). Women and the Law: Commentary and Materials. Sydney: The Law Book Company.

Smart, Carol. (1989). Feminism and the Power of Law. London: Routledge.

Smart, Carol. (1995). Law, Crime and Sexuality: Essays in Feminism. London: Sage.

Soothill, Keith, Moira Peelo, and Claire Taylor. (2002). Making Sense of Criminology.

Stanko, Elizabeth A. (1995). Gendered Criminological Policies: Femininity, Masculinity, and Violence. In Barlow, H.G. (ed.). Crime and Public Policy: Putting Theory to Work. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Stern, Vivien. (1998). A Gun Against the Future: Imprisonment in the World. Penguin.

Sudbury, Julia. (ed.) Global Lockdown: Race, Gender, and the Prison-Industrial Complex. Routledge.

Walklate, Sandra. (1995). Gender and Crime: An Introduction. Hemel Hempstead: Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Walklate, Sandra. (1997). Understanding Criminology. Open University Press.

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c) Gender and the Law

Note: For references on family law, see the section under "Divorce, separation and Child custody" as well as under "Fathers' Rights" in the section "Fatherhood and Families".

Albertson, Martha A., and Nancy S. Thomadsen. (eds.). (1991). At the Boundaries of Law: Feminism and Legal Theory. New York: Routledge.

Alexander, Renata. (1999). Family law in the future. Alternative Law Journal, 24(3), June.

Baer, Judith A. (2002). Women In American Law: The Struggle Toward Equality From The New Deal To The Present. 3d ed. rev. New York: Holmes & Meier.

Bartlett, Katharine T., and Angela P. Harris. (2002). Gender & Law: Theory, Doctrine, Commentary. 3d ed. New York: Panel Publishers.

Bartlett, Katharine T., and Rosanne Kennedy. (eds.). (1991). Feminist Legal Theory: Readings in Law and Gender.

Becker, Mary, Cynthia Bowman, and Morrison Torrey. (year?). Cases and Materials in Feminist Jurisprudence: Taking Women Seriously. West.

Bell, Vicki. (1993). Interrogating Incest: Feminism, Foucault and the Law. Routledge.

Berger, Maurice, Brian Wallis, and Simon Watson. (eds.). (1995). Constructing Masculinity. New York and London: Routledge (especially section 4. Masculinity and the rule of law)

Boumil, Marcia M., and Stephen C. Hicks. (1992). Women & the Law. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman & Company.

Chan, Anja A. (1994). Women & Sexual Harassment: A Guide to the Legal Protections of Title VII & the Hostile Environment Claim. New York: The Haworth Press.

Cheah, Pheng, David Fraser, and Judith Grbich. (eds.). (1996). Thinking Through the Body of the Law. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Cornell, Drucilla. (1991). Beyond Accommodation: Ethical Feminism, Deconstruction, & the Law. New York: Routledge.

Corsianos, Marilyn, and Kelly Amanda Train. (eds.). (1999). Interrogating Social Justice: Politics, Culture and Identity. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Freedom Versus Equality: Where Does Justice Lie? / Marilyn Corsianos
Countering Convention: Active Resistance and the Return of Anarchy / Jeffrey Arnold Shantz
Governing Criminological Knowledge: State, Power, and the Politics of Criminological Research / Reece Walters and Mike Presdee
Questioning the Confines of Criminology: Can Feminism Thrive Within the Discipline / Deborah Plechner
Crimes of Violence: An Examination of the Identification of Women as Violent Offenders in the Canadian Criminal Justice System / Colleen Anne Dell
The Crime of Authenticity: regulating Boundaries of Identity Around Jewish Community Through the Image of Russian Jewish Criminality / Kelly Armanda Train
Negotiating Deviance and Normativity: Performance Art, Boundary Transgressions and Social Change / Britta B. Wheeler
Sickdopers: a Reconceptualization of Becker’s Marijuana Theory as Applied to Chemotherapy Patients / Timothy P. Rouse
Do the Current Social and Psychological Theories Really Explain the Initial Causes of Drug Abuse? / Peter J. Venturelli
Gender Differences in the Impact of Incarceration on the Children and Families of Drug Offenders / Susan F. Sharp. [et al.]
First Nations Peoples and Law Enforcement: Community Perspectives on Police Response / Robynne Neugebauer.

Crites, Laura L., and Winifred L. Hepperle. (eds.). (1987). Women, the Courts & Equality. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Cynthia K. Gillespie. (1990). Justifiable Homicide: Battered Women, Self-Defense, & the Law. Columbus: Ohio State University Press.

Dayton, Cornelia H. (1995). Women Before the Bar: Gender, Law, & Society in Connecticut, 1639-1789. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

DeCoste, F.C., Munro, K.M. and MacPherson, Lillian. (eds.). (1991). Feminist Legal Literature: A selective annotated bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing.

Dowd, Nancy E., and Michelle S. Jacobs. (eds.). (2003). Feminist Legal Theory: An Anti-Essentialist Reader. New York: New York University Press.

Easteal, Patricia. (2001). Less Than Equal: Women and the Australian Legal System. Butterworths
1. Introduction - The Kaleidoscope of Reality.
2. Theories About Criminality and Impact on Sentencing.
3. Women Who Kill Violent Partners.
4. Single Parent Payment fraud.
5. Women in Prison.
6 Violence Against Women in the Home.
7. Sexual Assault Law Reform and Mythology.
8. Discrimination and Dysfunction in the Workplace.
9. Sexual harassment.
10. Intersectionality - Greater Than the Sum of the Parts.
11. Women as Legal Practitioners.
12. Outlaw Looking In.

Egger, S. (1994). An examination of feminist contributions to law reform. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Vol. 27.

Epstein, Cynthia F. (1993). Women in Law. 2nd ed., Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Fineman, Martha A., and Martha T. McCluskey. (eds.). (1997). Feminism, Media, and the Law. New York: Oxford University Press.

Forer, Lois G. (1991). Unequal Protection: Women, Children and the Elderly in Court. New York.

Fredman, Sandra. (1997). Women and the Law. Oxford University Press.

Frug, Mary J. (1992). Women & the Law. Westbury. New York: Foundation Press.

Frug, Mary J. (1993). Postmodern Legal Feminism. New York: Routledge.

Goldstein, Leslie Friedman. (1988). The Constitutional Rights of Women: Cases in Law & Social Change. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Goldstein, Leslie Friedman. (1994). Contemporary Cases in Women’s Rights. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Goldstein, Leslie Friedman. (ed). (1992). Feminist Jurisprudence: The Difference Debate. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Graycar, Regina, and Jenny Morgan. (1990). The Hidden Gender of Law. Federation Press.

Graycar, Regina, and Jenny Morgan. (1999). A quarter century of feminism in law: Back to the future. Alternative Law Journal, 24(3), June.

Greenberg, Judith G., Dorothy E. Roberts, and Martha L. Minow. (eds.). (2001). Frug’s Women And The Law. 2d ed. New York: Foundation Press.

Gruen, Lori and Panichas, George E. (eds.). (1998). Sex, Morality, and the Law. Routledge.

Hancock, Linda. (ed). (1999). Women, Public Policy and the State. South Yarrra, VIC: Centre for Public Policy.

Heinzelman, Susan Sage, and Zipporah Batshaw Wiseman. (eds.). (1994). Representing Women: Law, Literature, and Feminism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Hoff, Joan. (1994). Law, Gender, & Injustice: A Legal History of U.S. Women. New York: New York University Press.

Hughes, Gordon. Understanding Crime Prevention: Social Control, Risk and late Modernity. Open University Press.

Jack, Rand, and Dana C. Jack. (1989). Moral Vision & Professional Decisions: The Changing Values of Women & Men Lawyers. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Kingdom, Elizabeth. (1991). What’s Wrong with Rights? Problems for Feminist Politics of Law.

Kirkby, Diane. (ed). (1995). Sex, Power and Justice: Historical Perspectives on Law in Australia. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Law Reform Commission. (1994). Equality Before the Law: Justice for Women, Report No. 69, Part I. Sydney: Commonwealth of Australia.

Lees, Sue. (1996). Ruling Passions: Sexual Violence, Reputation and the Law. Open University Press.

Levit, Nancy, and Robert L. Hayman. (1994). Jurisprudence: Contemporary Readings, Narratives and Problems. West Publishing Co.

Levit, Nancy. (1998). The Gender Line: Men, Women, and the Law. New York: New York University Press.

MacKinnon, Catherine. (1987). Feminism Unmodified. London: Harvard University Press.

MacKinnon, Catherine. (1989). Towards a Feminist Theory of the State. Harvard University Press.

Martin, Susan Erhlich, and Nancy C. Jurik. (1996). Doing Justice, Doing Gender: Women in Law and Criminal Justice Occupations. Sage.

Maschke, Karen J. (ed). (1997). Gender & American Law: The Impact of the Law on the Lives of Women. New York: Garland Publishing, 7 vols: vol. 1: Women and the American legal order; vol. 2: Reproduction, Sexuality, and the Family; vol. 3: The Employment Context; vol. 4: Educational Equity; vol. 5: Legal Response to Violence Against Women; vol. 6: Pornography, Sex Work, and hate speech; vol. 7: Feminist legal Theories.

Matsuda, Mari J. (1992). (ed.). Called From Within: Early Women Lawyers of Hawai’i. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Maveety, Nancy. (1996). Justice Sandra Day O’Connor: Strategist on the Supreme Court. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

McLean, Sheila, and Noreen Burrows. (eds.). (1988). The Legal Relevance of Gender: Some Aspects of Sex-Biased Discrimination. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press International.

Merlo, Alida V. (1994). Women, Law, & Social Control. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Mezey, Susan G. (1991). In Pursuit of Equality: Women, Public Policy, & the Federal Courts. New York: Saint Martin’s Press.

Moran, Leslie. (1996). The Homosexual(ity) of Law. Routledge.

Murray, Mary. (1995). The Law of the Father? Feminism and Patriarchy.

Naffine, Ngaire. Law Between the Sexes: Explorations in Feminist Jurisprudence. Allen & Unwin.

O’Shea, Kathleen A. (1999). Women and the Death Penalty in the United States, 1900-1998. Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers.

Olsen, Frances. (ed.). (1995). Feminist Legal Theory. New York: New York University Press, 2 vols: vol. 1: Foundations and outlooks; vol. 2: Positioning Feminist Theory Within the law.

Peters, J.S. and Wolper, Andrea. (eds.). (1995). Women’s Rights, Human Rights: International Feminist Perspectives.

Puren, Nina and Alison Young. (eds.). (1999). Australian Feminist Legal Journal, Special Issue: Law, Culture and the Questions of Feminism, No. 13.

Ragman, Padma. (1996). Gendered Justice: Some Feminist Interventions Into Law. In Hughes, Kate Pritchard. (ed.). Contemporary Australian Feminism. Melbourne: Longman Chesire (2nd edition).

Rhode, Deborah. (1989). Justice and Gender. Harvard University Press.

Scutt, Jocelynne A. (1990). Women and the Law: Commentary and Materials. Sydney: The Law Book Company.

Scutt, Jocelynne A. (1997). The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics. Volume 1. Melbourne: Artemis (Part One: Judicial Wisdom. Patriarchal Power)

Sealey, Raphael. (1997). Women and Law in Classical Greece.

Smart, Carol. (1989). Feminism and the Power of Law. London: Routledge.

Smart, Carol. (1995). Law, Crime and Sexuality: Essays in Feminism. London: Sage.

Smith, Patricia. (ed). (1993). Feminist Jurisprudence. New York: Oxford University Press.

Solinger, Rickie. (1995). The Abortionist: A Woman Against the Law. New York: Free Press.

Sommers, Evelyn K. (1995). Voices From Within: Women in Conflict with The Law. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.

St. Joan, Jacqueline and McElhiney, Annette Bennington. (eds.). (1997). Beyond Portia: Women, Law, and Literature in the United States. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Thacker, Anne. (1997). Women and the Law: Judicial Attitudes as They Impact on Women. Geelong, VIC: Deakin University Press. Includes;
Duncan Kerr / Law Reform and Australian Women: Courage and Conscience.
Elizabeth Evatt / Equality and Gender Bias: The Australian Scene.
Marcia Neave / Naming a Problem: Gender Bias.
Deborah Cass / Through the Looking Glass: The High Court and the Right to Political Speech.
Beth Wilson / Guano and Administrative Review.
Jude McCulloch / Gender Bias in legal Practice: A Legal Practitioner’s Perspective.
Deirdre O’Connor / Working on Equality before the law: The Australian Institute of Judicial Administration.
Sally Brown / The Practicalities of Working Within the legal System: A magistrate’s View.
Moira Rayner / Judicial Interpretation of Sex-Bias Law.
Jelena Popivich / Why Women Should Be Appointed to the Bench.
Rosemary Hunter / Sex Discrimination and Australian Legal Culture.
Archana Parashar / Family Law and Discrimination.
David Malcolm / Judicial Education.
Susan Walpole / Human Rights Issues and Judicial Awareness.
Kate Gilmore / A Letter to the Custodians of Australia’s legal System.
Theresa McCarthy / When Victim/Survivors of Sexual Assault are Raped by ‘Reasonable Men’ and Judged by Legal ‘Reasoning’.
Alastair Nicholson / Judicial Appointments.
Patmalar Ambikapathy / Legal Representations of Victims: Statutory Discrimination and Gender Biased Interpretation of the law.
Jennifer Coate / Issues With Victim Statements.
Melanie Young / Gender Bias and Industrial Relations Laws.
Anne Thacker / Social Security Department Prosecutions and Sentencing of Women Offenders.
Pamela O’Neil / Challenging the Dominant Paradigm: Women and Administrative Tribunals.
Kathy Mack / Judicial Attitudes and Women’s Credibility: Barriers to Equality in Law.
Jocelynne Scutt / Strategies for Increasing Awareness Within the Law Concerning Sex Bias.
Chief Judge Waldron / The Criminal Trial in the County Court.
Jane Matthews / Women and the Law: Judicial Attitudes and Their Impact on Women.

Thornton, Margaret. (1996). Dissonance and Distrust: Women in the Legal Profession. Oxford University Press.

Weisberg, D. Kelley. Feminist Legal Theory: Foundations. Temple University Press.

Weisberg, D. Kelly. (ed.). (1982). Women & the Law: The Social Historical Perspective. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman Books. 2 vols: vol. 1: Woman & the Criminal law; vol. 2: Property, Family, & the legal Profession.

West, Robin. (1997). Caring for Justice.

Wing, Adrien Katherine. (ed.). (1997). Critical Race Feminism. New York: New York University Press.

Women’s Legal Service Inc. (Queensland). (1998). Submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission, Issues Paper 22: Review of the Adversarial System of Litigation - Rethinking Family Law. Annerley, QLD, September

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Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy
Feminist Legal Studies (UK)
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Yale Journal of Law and Feminism

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