Crime control and women: feminist implications of criminal justice policy
Crime Control and Women reveals the current limitations of criminal justice policies that are oblivious to the impact they exert on citizens who vary by gender, race and/or social class. Feminist in perspective, the contributors to this volume share a common vision of hope that social change will result from social control and punishment that is just and human, with commitments to prevention, education, and treatment.
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Discussion and Conclusion
A Critical Look at the Idea of Boot Camp
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