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Law – Gender, Race and Crime
Annotated Bibliography – Gender, Race & CrimeMACJ560(PLEASE PLACE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER)1. Living and Health Conditions of Women on a Female Prison UnitRibeiro César Alves, Érica Surama; Barbosa Davim, Rejane Marie; Monteiro e. Oliveira, Luciana Ferreira; Ribeiro César Rodrigues, Erta Soraya; de França Nóbrega, Mércia; Anbar Torquato, Jamili Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE, Mar2016; 10(3): 958-968. 11p. (Article – research) ISSN: 1981-8963, Database: CINAHL Complete2. An Exploratory Study to Determine the Quality of Life (QoL) and Factors Leading to Imprisonment among Women Prisoners in a Selected Women Prison.Nair, Asha P; Jose, Tessy Treesa; Lobo, Daisy Josephine; International Journal of Nursing Education, Jul-Sep2016; 8(3): 19-23. 5p. (Article – research, tables/charts) ISSN: 0974-9349, Database: CINAHL Complete3. Health conditions prior to imprisonment and the impact of prison on health: Views of detained women.Alves, Joana; Maia, Ângela; Teixeira, Filipa; Qualitative Health Research, Vol 26(6), May, 2016 pp. 782-792. Publisher: Sage Publications; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO4. Prison nurseries: Experiences of incarcerated women during pregnancy.Fritz, Stephanie; Whiteacre, Kevin; Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, Vol 55(1), Jan, 2016 pp. 1-20. Publisher: Taylor & Francis; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO5. The HIV Prison Paradox: Agency and HIV-Positive Women’s Experiences in Jail and Prison in Alabama.Sprague, Courtenay; Scanlon, Michael L.; Radhakrishnan, Bharathi; Pantalone, David W.; Qualitative Health Research, Aug2017; 27(10): 1427-1444. 18p. (Article – research, tables/charts) ISSN: 1049-7323, Database: CINAHL Complete6. Best Practices for Nutrition Care of Pregnant Women in Prison.Shlafer, Rebecca J.; Stang, Jamie; Dallaire, Danielle; Forestell, Catherine A.; Hellerstedt, Wendy; Journal of Correctional Health Care, Jul2017; 23(3): 297-304. 8p. (Article) ISSN: 1078-3458, Database: CINAHL Complete7. Prison ain’t free like everyone thinks’: Financial stressors faced by incarcerated women.Harner, Holly M.; Wyant, Brian R.; Da Silva, Fernanda; Qualitative Health Research, Vol 27(5), Apr, 2017 pp. 688-699. Publisher: Sage Publications; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO8. You’re a woman, a convenience, a cat, a poof, a thing, an idiot’: Transgender women negotiating sexual experiences in men’s prisons in Australia.Wilson, Mandy; Simpson, Paul L.; Butler, Tony G.; Richters, Juliet; Yap, Lorraine; Donovan, Basil; Sexualities, Vol 20(3), Mar, 2017 pp. 380-402. Publisher: Sage Publications; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO9. Examining external support received in prisonand concerns about reentry among incarcerated women.Mancini, Christina; Baker, Thomas; Sainju, Karla Dhungana; Golden, Kristin; Bedard, Laura E.; Gertz, Marc; Feminist Criminology, Vol 11(2), Apr, 2016 pp. 163-190. Publisher: Sage Publications; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO10. Challenges and opportunities for gender-affirming healthcare for transgender women in prison.Sevelius, Jae; Jenness, Valerie; International Journal of Prisoner Health, 2017; 13(1): 32-40. 9p. (journal article) ISSN: 1744-9200 PMID: 28299969, Database: CINAHL Complete11. Making fatty girl cakes: Food and resistance in a women’s prison.Smoyer, Amy B.; The Prison Journal, Vol 96(2), Mar, 2016 pp. 191-209. Publisher: Sage Publications; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO12. Perinatal mental health services for black and ethnic minority women in prison.Foley, Laura; Papadopoulos, Irena; British Journal of Midwifery, Aug2013; 21(8): 553-562. 10p. (Journal Article – research, systematic review, tables/charts) ISSN: 0969-4900, Database: CINAHL Complete13. Feeding relationships: Foodways and social networks in a women’s prison.Smoyer, Amy B.; Affilia: Journal of Women & Social Work, Vol 30(1), Feb, 2015 pp. 26-39. Publisher: Sage Publications; [Journal Article], Database: PsycINFO14. Teaching Academic Writing in a Maximum-Security Women’s PrisonMaher, Jane. New Directions for Community Colleges. Summer2015, Vol. 2015 Issue 170, p79-88. 10p. DOI: 10.1002/cc.20146., Database: Education Research Complete15. WOMAN’S HEALTH IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PRISON SYSTEM.Barbosa Galvão, Mayana Camila; Barbosa Davim, Rejane Marie; Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE, Oct2012; 6(10): 2574-2581. 8p. (Journal Article – research) ISSN: 1981-8963, Database: CINAHL Complete

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