iv) Gender and sentencing [NEW]

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Carmichael, J. T., & Sigouin, J. (2015). Sentencing The Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Embry, R., & Lyons Jr, P. M. (2012). Sex-based sentencing: Sentencing discrepancies between male and female sex offenders. Feminist criminology, 7(2), 146-162.

Fernando Rodriguez, S., Curry, T. R., & Lee, G. (2006). Gender differences in criminal sentencing: Do effects vary across violent, property, and drug offenses? Social Science Quarterly, 87(2), 318-339.

Franklin, C. A., & Fearn, N. E. (2008). Gender, race, and formal court decision-making outcomes: Chivalry/paternalism, conflict theory or gender conflict? Journal of Criminal Justice, 36(3), 279-290.

Freiburger, T. L., & Hilinski, C. M. (2013). An examination of the interactions of race and gender on sentencing decisions using a trichotomous dependent variable. Crime & Delinquency, 59(1), 59-86.

Lytle, D. J. (2014). The effects of suspect characteristics on arrest: A meta-analysis. Journal of Criminal Justice, 42(6), 589-597.

Nowacki, J. S., & Windsong, E. A. (2017). Structural Gender Equality and Federal Sentencing Outcomes: A Test of the Ameliorative and Backlash Hypotheses. Feminist criminology, 1557085117694083.

Sandler, J., & Freeman, N. J. (2011). Female sex offenders and the criminal justice system: A comparison of arrests and outcomes. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 17(1), 61-76.