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notes preface 1. The name Alpha Omega House is a pseudonym for the reentry center that advertises its own sorority of women residents, called Alpha Omega, along with a pledge by the same name. introduction 1. Jails are local correctional institutions housing defendants awaiting trial or sentencing and those incarcerated for offenses that carry short periods of imprisonment (normally less than one year). Prisons are normally reserved for offenders convicted of serious crimes and those serving sentences of more than one year. 2. For more on prisoner reentry, see Chesney-­ Lind and Mauer, 2011; Lattimore, Steffey, and Visher, 2010; Lynch and Sabol, 2001; Petersilia, 2001; Petersilia, 2004; Petersilia, 2009; Richie, 2001; Seiter and Kadela, 2003; Solomon, Visher, La Vigne, and Osborne, 2006; Travis, 2002; Travis, 2005; Travis, Keegan, and Cadora, 2003; Travis and Petersilia, 2001; Travis, Solomon, and Waul, 2001; Visher and Travis, 2003. 3. See De Leon, 1989; De Leon, 1995; De Leon, 1997; De Leon and Wexler, 2009; Inciardi, Martin, and Butzin, 2004; Chesney-­Lind and Mauer, 2011; Dodge and Pogrebin, 2001. 4. See Condelli and Hubbard, 1994; Gerstein and Lewin, 1990; Inciardi, Martin, and Surratt, 2001; Inciardi, Martin, and Butzin, 2004; Knight, Dwayne, Chatham, and Camacho, 1997; Sullivan , Sullivan, McKendrick, Sacks, and Banks, 2007; Sacks, Sacks, McKendrick, Banks, and Stommel, 2004; Wexler, Falkin, and Lipton, 1990; Wexler, Falkin, Lipton, and Rosenblum, 1992. 5. For more, see Belknap, 2007; Belknap and Holsinger, 1998; Belknap and Holsinger, 2006; Blanchette and Brown, 2006; Blitz, Wolff, Pan, and Pogorzelski, 2005; Bloom, 1999; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2002; Bloom, Owen, Deschenes, and Rosenbaum, 2002; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2003; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2005; Caputo, 2008; Carson and Sabol, 2012; Chesney-­ Lind and Rodriguez, 1983; Chesney-­ Lind and Shelden, 2004; Covington, 1998; Covington, 2004; Covington and Bloom, 2007; Daly, 1992; Dodge and Pogrebin, 2001; Guerino, Harrison, and Sabol, 2011; Harm and Phillips, 2000; Hartwell, 2001; Henriques and Manatu-­ Rupert, 2001; Kassebaum, 1999; Maher, 1997; Messina and Grella, 2006; Morash, 2010; Owen, 1998; Owen and Bloom, 1995; Peugh and Belenko, 1999; Sokoloff, 2005; Van Voorhis, Wright, Salisbury, and Bauman, 2010; Van Wormer, 2010. 6. See Bloom and Covington, 1998; Bloom, 1999; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2002; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2003; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2005; Covington and Bloom, 2007. 7. See Davidson and Chesney-­Lind, 2009; Hardyman and Van Voorhis, 2004; Holtfreter and Morash, 2003; Salisbury, Van Voorhis, and Spiropoulos, 2009; Van Voorhis, Salisbury, Wright, and Bauman, 2008; Van Voorhis, Wright, Salisbury, and Bauman, 2010. 230 notes 8. See Andrews, 1994; Andrews et al., 1990; Andrews, Dowden, and Gendreau, 1999; Gendreau , 1996; Gendreau and Goggin, 1996; Van Voorhis, 2012. 9. See Bloom and Covington, 1998; Bloom, Owen, and Covington, 2003; Hannah-­ Moffat, 2009; Hardyman and Van Voorhis, 2004; Salisbury, Van Voorhis, and Spiropoulos, 2009; SpjeldnesandGoodkind,2009;VanVoorhis,2012;VanVoorhis,Wright,Salisbury,andBauman, 2010. 10. See Gehring, Van Voorhis, and Bell, 2010; Kelley, 2003; Messina, Grella, Cartier, and Torres , 2010; Messina, Calhoun, and Warda, 2012; Prendergast, Messina, Hall, and Warda, 2011. 11. SeeBouffardandTaxman,2000;Feinman,1983;Morash,Haarr,andRucker,1994;Pollock, 2002. 12. See Britton, 1999; Britton, 2000; McCorkel, 2003; Ridgeway, 1997. 13. See Barak, Leighton, and Flavin, 2010; Burgess-­Proctor, 2006; Chesney-­Lind, 2006; Crenshaw , 1989; Crenshaw, 1991; Davis, 2008; DeKeseredy and Dragiewicz, 2012; Dragiewicz, 2011; Hancock, 2007; Renzetti, 2013; Richie, 1996; Yuval-­Davis, 2006. 14. See Chesler and Goodman, 1976; hooks, 1984; Lerner, 1986; Pleck, 1984; Ramazanoglu, 2012; Ramdas, Manan, and Sabapathy, 2010; Sacks, 1989; Wolf, 1972. 15. See Firestone, 2003, for patriarchy’s roots in biological production. See Delphy, 1988; Lim, 1983; Walby, 1997; Witz, 2003 for the roots in work and the division of labor. See Rich, 1980, for roots in compulsory heterosexuality; Roberts, 1993, for roots in mothering; Scraton, 2001, for roots in sports; and Brown and Bohn, 1989, and Condren, 1989, for roots in religion. 16. See Acoca, 1999; Acoca and Dedel, 1998; DeKeseredy, 2003; DeKeseredy and Schwartz, 2009; Dobash and Dobash, 1979; Dragiewicz, 2011; Johnson, 1995; Flowers, 2001; Gavazzi, Yarcheck , and Chesney-­Lind, 2006; Golden, 1992; Owen, 1998; Radford and Stanko, 1991; Renzetti, 1992; Schwartz and DeKeseredy, 1997. 17. See Anderson, 2005; Bourgois and Dunlap, 1993; Caputo, 2008; Inciardi and Surratt, 2001; Maher, 1997; Miller, 1987; Steffensmeier and Terry, 1986. 18. See Chesney-­Lind, 1997; Fletcher, Shaver, Moon, and Billy, 1993; Freedman, 1984; Girshick, 1999; Owen, 1998; Richie, 2001; Ross, 1998. 19. See Abramovitz, 1996; Barrett, 1980; DeKeseredy, 2003; DeKeseredy and Schwartz, 2009; Eisenstein and Bengelsdorf, 1979; Hunnicutt, 2009; Millett, 1970; Smith, 1990; Ursel, 1986. 20...

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9781555538439
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312
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2014-08-05
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