IntroductionCRACKWORLDThe Subculture Concepts and IssuesAnalysis of InterviewsCase Study of a `Rock Star'CRIMINALIZATION OF PREGNANCYThe Criminalization of Pregnancy Concepts and IssuesAnalysis of Judicial AlternativesCase Study of a Crack Mom Jennifer JohnsonTREATMENT FOR WOMEN WHO ABUSE CRACK COCAINECrack Treatment Concepts and IssuesAnalysis of the Phases of DevelopmentCase Study of a Treatment Program Hope House
Sue Mahan is an Associate Professor in the Criminal Justice Program at the University of Central Florida - Daytona Beach Campus. She received a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Missouri - Columbia and was awarded a Kellogg Fellowship in International Development and a Fulbright Distinguished Lectureship to Peru. She is the author of several other books including: Unfit Mothers; Women, Crime and Criminal Justice (with Ralph Weisheit); Crack, Cocaine, Crime and Women; and Beyond the Mafia, as well as journal articles and book chapters about crime and justice. She is working on a book about restorative justice in Colombia, SA based on observations and interviews.