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Women: Rape, Prostitution, and Battery

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No. 12 (1979)

This issue of Crime and Social Justice addresses some of the burning issues of the day -- violence against women, the resurgence of right-wing ideologies, racism and youth formations, and the origins of the penitentiary. The issue contains pieces by Dorie Klein on battery and sheltering, by Rosa del Olmo on the struggle against prostitution in Cuba, by June Kress on bourgeois morality and the administration of justice, and by Russell Hogg on imprisonment and society under early British capitalism.

ISSN: 1043-1578. Published quarterly by Social Justice, P.O. Box 40601, San Francisco, CA 94140.

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Overview of 'Women: Rape, Prostitution, and Battery'


Imprisonment and Society Under Early British Capitalism

Russell Hogg

Can This Marriage Be Saved? Battery and Sheltering

Dorie Klein

The Cuban Revolution and the Struggle Against Prostitution

Rosa del Olmo

Bourgeois Morality and the Administration of Justice

June Kress

The American Society of Criminology: A Continuing Debate

Tony Platt and Paul Takagi

Stuart Hall et al., Policing the Crisis: Mugging, the State, and Law and Order

John Horton

Lynda Lytle Holmstrom and Ann Wolbert Burgess, The Victim of Rape: Institutional Reactions; Lorenne M.G. Clark and Deborah J. Lewis, Rape: The Price of Coercive Sexuality

Julia R. Schwendinger and Herman Schwendinger

Joan W. Moore et al., Homeboys: Gangs, Drugs, and Prisons in the Barrios of Los Angeles

Larry Trujillo