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  1. Gender and Justice

    Edited by Frances Heidensohn

    Questions about gender, justice and crime are constantly in the public arena, whether they focus on young women getting drunk or taking drugs, or the rising numbers of women going to prison or committing violent crimes, or reports of macho behaviour on the part of men in the military, law...

    Published October 1st 2006 by Willan

  2. Sex Work Now

    Edited by Rosie Campbell, Maggie O'Neill

    Sex Work Now provides an authoritative overview of female sex work and policy in the UK, and addresses a number of key contemporary issues and debates. These include sex worker unionization, migrant sex work and trafficking, communities and sex work, male clients of sex workers, the policing of...

    Published September 1st 2006 by Willan

  3. Reweaving the Relational Mat

    A Christian Response to Violence Against Women from Oceania

    By Joan Filemoni-Tofaeono, Lydia Johnson

    Series: Religion and Violence

    Reweaving the Relational Mat is an integrative response to the problem of violence against women which grounds theological and sociological analysis in the praxis of Oceanian Christian women's experiences of violence. It focuses on the collusion of the church in the problem of violence against...

    Published September 1st 2006 by Routledge

  4. The Price of Sex

    By Belinda Brooks-Gordon

    As a society we are buying more sex than ever before. Adult sex shops now take their place amongst retailers in the high street and lap dancing clubs compete for an increased share of the leisure economy; hotel chains offer sexually explicit films as part of their standard service, the party...

    Published July 1st 2006 by Willan

  5. Lesbian Widows

    Invisible Grief

    By Victoria Whipple

    The unseen issues of grief and discrimination—lesbians becoming widows The death of a life partner poses unique challenges for lesbians. Lesbian Widows: Invisible Grief reveals the touching and very personal stories of twenty-five women, including the author, who were widowed at a young age...

    Published May 8th 2006 by Routledge

  6. The Basics of Essay Writing

    By Nigel Warburton

    Essay writing is an essential skill for students at all academic levels and the ability to produce clear, well-argued essays is key to good coursework and the vast majority of written exams. This book offers the new or under-confident essay writer all the guidance and advice they need to...

    Published March 30th 2006 by Routledge

  7. Out of Order

    By Mary Corcoran

    This book provides a comprehensive account of the imprisonment of women for politically motivated offences in Northern Ireland between 1972 and 1999. Women political prisoners were engaged in a campaign to obtain formal recognition as political prisoners, and then to retain this status after it was...

    Published February 1st 2006 by Willan

  8. Without Condoms

    Unprotected Sex, Gay Men and Barebacking

    By Michael Shernoff

    After years of activism, risk awareness, and AIDS prevention, increasing numbers of gay men are not using condoms, and new infections of HIV are on the rise. Using case studies and exhaustive survey research, this timely, groundbreaking book allows men who have unprotected sex, a practice now known...

    Published October 28th 2005 by Routledge

  9. The Foundation and Future of Feminist Therapy

    By Marcia Hill, Mary Ballou

    Explore the obstacles and challenges involved in bringing feminist values and techniques into mainstream therapyFeminist therapy has been challenging mainstream therapy thinking and practice for the past thirty years. The Foundation and Future of Feminist Therapy is the first book to provide a...

    Published October 25th 2005 by Routledge

  10. The End of Gender

    A Psychological Autopsy

    By Shari L. Thurer

    Gender isn't what it used to be. Categories are collapsing. What was deviant for baby boomers has become mainstream for their offspring: like the coed who realizes she's bisexual but, after a period of adjustment, shrugs her shoulders and gets on with her otherwise mundane life. Gender as we once...

    Published June 14th 2005 by Routledge