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by Christine Alder,Anne Worrall

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Author: Christine Alder,Anne Worrall
ISBN: 0791461106
Language: English
Pages: 228 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: SUNY Press (August 3, 2004)
Rating: 4.4
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Anne Worrall is Professor of Criminology at Keele University.

Anne Worrall is Professor of Criminology at Keele University.

Christine Alder, Anne Worrall. Girls' violence: myths and realities SUNY series in women, crime, and criminology.

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Hardback 228 Pages, Published: 03/08/2004.

In Girls' Violence: Myths and Realities. Worrall A and Alder C (Ed. In Girl's Violence: Myths and Realities (Suny Series in Women, Crime, and Criminology). In Women and Punishment: the struggle for justice. Willan Publishing, Collumpton. State University of New York Press. Alder C and Worrall A (Ed. State University of New York Press In Women and Punishment: the struggle for justice.

Myth-busting, in which a so-called myth is presented and dispelled by facts, is. .The mythology of crime and criminal justice.

Myth-busting, in which a so-called myth is presented and dispelled by facts, is used in suicide prevention gatekeeper trainings such as QPR. Evidence from other areas of public health shows this technique leads to memory for myths and not facts. Rather than posing violence as a site of collective consciousness, Mendieta's tableaux disrupt the idea of an activist or empathetic witnessing, one that often seems naive and utopic in the face of lived reality. The kind of activism Mendieta.

Girls' Violence: Myths and Realities. With perspectives from the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, the work challenges official definitions and media representations of girls and violence.

In C. Alder & A. Worrall (Ed., Girls’ violence: Myths and realities (pp. 81–103). Fighting for girls: New perspectives on gender and violence (SUNY Series in Women, Crime, & Criminology). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Cannon, K. Hammer, T. Reicherzer, . & Gilliam, B. J. (2012). Chesney-Lind, . Morash, . & Irwin, K. (2007).

Making It in the ''Free World'': Women in Transition from Prison (Suny Series in Women, Crime, and Criminology). Making It in the ''Free World'': Women in Transition from Prison (Suny Series in Women, Crime, and Criminology). Download (pdf, 710 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

A critical look at the perceived increase in girls' violence from a range of disciplinary and geographical perspectives.