7 edition of Policing gender, class and family found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-212) and index.
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Gender policing is the imposition or enforcement of normative gender expressions on an individual who is perceived as not adequately performing, through appearance or behavior, the sex that was assigned to them at birth (see gender performativity). Gender policing serves to devalue or delegitimize expressions Missing: family book. This book is concerned with the gendered world of police leadership at a time when calls are being made for a different kind of police leader to guide the organisation through the twenty-first century. Drawing on in-depth interviews carried out with senior policewomen across a range of police forces in England and Wales, Women in Charge is the first book to provide a detailed .
This article discusses the gendered nature of politics (as practice) and political science (as an academic discipline). It studies the sex-typing characteristic of most institutions in the modern world and describes how gender shapes the ways people organize, think, and know about the world. The article then identifies the changes that have occurred in politics and political Cited by: 7. Policing Sexuality explores the regulation of sexual behaviour and identity by nation states, and questions how and why states have sought to influence and control the sexuality of its citizens. Julian C. H. Lee presents both theoretical and ethnographic literature, distilling common themes and causes and presenting factors that contribute towards a state's desire to control both the .
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Policing Gender, Class and Family: Britain, Linda Mahood, June Purvis. UCL Press, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. This book is intended for undergraduate courses on modern British history, women's history, courses Policing gender family, sexuality and childhood.
Women's studies, history of education, sociology. Class, gender and sexual subjectivities were constructed for boys and girls through training and discipline that were designed to change their inner selves. “That was the very interesting thing”, a former headmaster : Linda Mahood.
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The discussion of policy-oriented and feminist action research makes this contribution truly unique among the literature on work and gender issues in the criminal justice system.".Price: $ Similarly, the role of the Police is important too - for, as an institution, the Police increasingly intervenes in our `everyday' lives, and its presence is nowhere negligible.
As a sub-area of police studies, interest in gender relations is - of course - a legitimate by: "This is an unusually brave and insightful book. No other female researcher in this country has ever managed to get so close to the front line of operational policing and few other criminologists have done so much to reveal the complex and often unexpected relationship between masculinity and police work.
It is an essential text for anyone who wishes to understand how gender. Policing Gender, Class And Family In Britain, DOI link for Policing Gender, Class And Family In Britain, Policing Gender, Class And Family In Britain, bookAuthor: Linda Mahood.
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One of very few books describing the experiences of women police across national boundaries. Based on the authors' extensive research and interviews with women police officers, this book provides readers with a finely drawn picture of the roles women play in policing around the by: Women continue to be underrepresented in policing, and female officers are more likely to work in gender-specific areas within their organizations.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. The genesis of the social The child in danger The dangerous child The child-savers: the terrain of contestation Child-saving institutions Sexuality and the gendered delinquent Conclusion: policing gender, class and family --Appendix A: Admission.
Policing has experienced something of a crisis worldwide. With allegations of excessive use of force in the USA, corruption scandals in Australia, racial tensions in Britain and sex crimes in Belgium, never has it been under greater public scrutiny. Examination of police organizations through a gender looking-glass reveals the inadequacies of analyses offered by research Missing: family book.
About the Author. Danielle McDonald is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice in the Department of Political Science, Criminal Justice, and Organizational Leadership at Northern Kentucky cturer: Carolina Academic Press.
Policing Gender, Class And Family In Britain, (Women's and Gender History) eBook: Mahood, Linda: : Kindle StoreReviews: 2. Gender issues in policing have traditionally been ignored by research and policy efforts, leading to gender crisis in the police industry worldwide (Brown and Heidensohn ).
As a result, research models on policing are centred on males just as the police profession is dominated by men and is often associated with masculinity (Brown and Missing: family book. Gender, Race, and Urban Policing. to vary by race/ ethnicity, gender, class, personal and vicarious experiences with the police through friends, family.
Get this from a library! Policing gender, class and family: Britain, [Linda Mahood].Table of contents for Gender & Society, 34, 2, Published: 15 May From marriage and sexuality to education and rights, Professor Kathryn Hughes looks at attitudes towards gender in 19th-century Britain.
During the Victorian period men and women’s roles became more sharply defined than at any time in history. In earlier centuries it had been usual for women to work alongside husbands.