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Girls? Troubles and ‘Female Delinquency’
Twisted Sisters, Ladettes, and the New Penology: The Social Construction of ‘Violent Girls’
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Women’s Violence to Men in Intimate Relationships: Working on the puzzle
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Women’s Imprisonment in England and Wales: a penal paradox
Black Women and the Criminal Justice System
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Structured Action and Gendered Crime
Masculinities and Crime: Rethinking the ‘Man Question’
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Globalization and Violence against women-inequalities
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Genocide and the Social Production of Immorality
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