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Table Of Contents
Foreword, Dawn Rothe 1. State Crime, Women and Gender: An Introduction 2. Definitional Issues and an Introduction to Relevant Concepts 3. The Feminist Perspective and Theories of Gender-based Violence 4. War, Violence and Women: Direct Forms of State-Perpetrated Violence Against Women 5. Peace for Whom?: Indirect Forms of State-Perpetrated Violence Against Women 6. Female Criminality and State Violence 7. State Power Consumed, Replicated and Re-enforced 8. Women, Resistance and the State 9. Voices of Victimization: Access to Justice for Female Victims of State-Perpetrated Violence 10. Administering Justice: Women Working in the International Criminal Justice System 11. Concluding Thoughts.
Victoria Ellen Collins is an Assistant Professor in the School of Justice Studies at Eastern Kentucky University. Victoria's research and teaching interests include state perpetrated violence, victimology, white-collar crime, transnational crime, and violence against women. Some of Victoria's recent publications have appeared in journals such as International Criminal Law Review, Critical Criminology, Contemporary Justice Review, and The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, and Social Justice.