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In Her Own Words: Women Offenders" Views on Crime and Victimization

An Anthology

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsLeanne Fiftal Alarid (Editor), Paul Cromwell (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7393191M
ISBN 100195330684
ISBN 109780195330687

Manoj George - Thomas Pulikkan Brief - 01 30 April In the book, In Her Own Words: Women Offenders' Views on Crime and Victimization Alarid and Cromwell have reduced the literature use of words and phrases in order to make it more meaningful to the students. They Editors edited in such a way that its thoroughly acceptable from primary reading itself. Robert Johnson and Hans Toch's Crime and Punishment: Inside Views is an edited volume of original essays written by offenders in their own words. The book provides a unique, inside view of crime, prisoners, and the experience of certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com essays represent the worldviews of 52 offenders, introducing the reader to.

In Her Own Words: Women Offenders' Views on Crime and Victimization offers first-hand accounts of women's experience with crime and victimization and provides a rare opportunity for students to view the world from the perspective of the female offender. The text is designed to offer a surrogate experience--an inside view on how female law. how the crime victim contributes to his or her own victimization. Scholarly work during this period focused not on the needs of crime victims but on identifying to what extent victims could be held responsible for being victimized. In this way, the damage that offenders cause was ignored. Instead, the ideas of victim precipitation, victim facilita-.

Curriculum Vitae JODY MILLER School of Criminal Justice Crime and Victimization Race, Neighborhoods, and Inequality Feminist Theory Her Own Words: Women Offenders’ Views on Crime and Victimization. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing. Miller, Jody. “The Protection of ‘Human Subjects’ in Street Ethnography: Ethical. A woman can knowingly or passively contribute to her own victimization. Bad life decisions, staying in a violent relationship, and even a woman’s sexual orientation can contribute to her victimization. Criminals seek out women who make easy targets. Prostitutes and drug users are more prone to get raped and used for sexual favors.


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Jul 29,  · In Her Own Words: Women Offenders' Views on Crime and Victimization offers first-hand accounts of women's experience with crime and victimization and provides a rare opportunity for students to view the world from the perspective of the female offender. The text is designed to offer a surrogate experience—an inside view on how female law-breaking behavior overlaps with victimization in some Price: $ Alarid (sociology/criminal justice, U.

of Missouri-Kansas City) and Cromwell (criminal justice, Wichita State University) have assembled 22 ethnographic studies in this anthology for students of criminology or sociology. The contributing scholars interviewed female offenders using ethnographic and feminist research methods, and these interviews are.

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She is the author of Community-Based Corrections (Cengage) and has edited four books, including Behind a Convict’s Eyes: Doing Time in a Modern Day Prison () and In Her Own Words: Women’s Offenders’ Views on Crime and Victimization ().

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Each student is to choose one section from the book In Her Own Words: Women Offenders’ Views on Crime and Victimization (Alarid & Cromwell, ). There are five sections in the book: 1. Women’s pathways to crime: Linking victimization and criminalization 2.

The nexus between criminal behavior and family 3. Crime partnerships, networks, and. Mar 12,  · Do you want to remove all your recent searches. All recent searches will be deleted. Jan 03,  · She is the author of Community-Based Corrections (Cengage) and has edited four books, including Behind a Convict’s Eyes: Doing Time in a Modern Day Prison () and In Her Own Words: Women’s Offenders’ Views on Crime and Victimization ().

certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com Edition: 3rd.Abstract. In Her Own Words: Women Offenders\u27 Views on Crime and Victimization offers first-hand accounts of women\u27s experience with crime and victimization and provides a rare opportunity for students to view the world from the perspective of the female offender.Chapters’ Comparison and Contrast.

It is a rare but valuable opportunity that the public is presented with a literary work, which is a compilation of various personal stories as written by different authors, but served as clear and moving depiction of women criminals’ perspectives on crime and persecution.