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Gender Responsive Strategies: Responding to Female Offenders

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Discussant_Comments-Dana_Hubbard.pdf 211.5Kb PDF View/Open Dana Hubbard, Assistant Professor, Cleveland State University
Discussant_Comments-Wendy_Smooth.pdf 504.7Kb PDF View/Open Wendy Smooth, Assistant Professor, Ohio State University
Discussant_Comments-Tracy_Parker.pdf 538.5Kb PDF View/Open Tracy Tyson-Parker, Warden, Franklin Pre-Release Center, ODRC
Keynote_Presentation-_Bloom.pdf 373.1Kb PDF View/Open Barbara Bloom, Associate Professor, Sonoma State University
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Title: Gender Responsive Strategies: Responding to Female Offenders
Creators: Bloom, Barbara; Hubbard, Dana; Smooth, Wendy; Tyson-Parker, Tracy
Keywords: female offenders
gender responsive
best practices
Issue Date: 2006-11-17
Series/Report no.: Institute for Excellence in Justice. Seminars
Abstract: Dr. Barbara Bloom, Associate Professor at Sonoma University, discuss her research on: the characteristics of women in correctional settings; frameworks regarding how gender matters for criminal justice practice; guiding principles for gender responsive policy development and treatment approaches; and the implications of research findings for correctional practice for women offenders. Following Dr. Bloom’s presentation, comments were provided by Warden Tracy Tyson-Parker, Franklin Pre-Release Center, Dr. Dana Hubbard, Assistant Professor at Cleveland State University and Wendy Smooth, Assistant Professor at Ohio State University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/24563
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