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Women, Crime and Justice in Context
Women, Crime and Justice in Context
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Women, Crime and Justice in Context

Contemporary Perspectives in Feminist Criminology from Australia and New Zealand
Anita Gibbs, Fairleigh Gilmour
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Women, Crime and Justice in Context

Contemporary Perspectives in Feminist Criminology from Australia and New Zealand
Anita Gibbs, Fairleigh Gilmour
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Women, Crime and Justice in Context presents contemporary feminist approaches to key issues in criminal justice. It draws together key researchers from Australia and New Zealand to offer a context-specific textbook that covers all of the major debates in the discipline in an accessible way.

This book examines both the foundational texts and cutting-edge contributions to the topic and acknowledges the unique challenges and debates in the local Australian and New Zealand context. Written as an entry-level text, it introduces undergraduate students to key theories and debates on the topics of offending, victimization and the criminal justice system. It explores key topics in feminist criminology with chapters exploring sex work, prison abolitionism, community punishment, media representations of crime and victims, and the impacts of digital technology on gendered violence. Centring on an intersectional approach, the book includes chapters that focus on disability, queer criminology, indigenous perspectives, migration and service-user perspectives. The book concludes by exploring future directions in feminist approaches to crime and justice.

This book will be essential reading for undergraduates studying feminist criminology, gender and crime, queer criminology, socio-legal studies, intersectionality, sociology and criminal justice.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2022
ISBN
9781000531572
Topic
Social Sciences
Subtopic
Criminology
Edition
1

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