Gender Justice and Welfare in Britain 1900 1950

Gender Justice and Welfare in Britain 1900 1950

The first major study of the history of British "bad girls," this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system, examine the processes ...

Author: P. Cox

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781403919847

Category: Social Science

Page: 238

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The first major study of the history of British "bad girls," this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system, examine the processes leading to their definition as delinquent, defective or neglected, and analyses possibilities for reform.
Categories: Social Science

Gender Justice and Welfare in Britain 1900 1950

Gender  Justice and Welfare in Britain 1900 1950

The first major study of the history of British 'bad girls', this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system.

Author: Pamela Cox (Dr)

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The first major study of the history of British 'bad girls', this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system. It examines the processes leading to their definition as variously delinquent, defective or neglected and analyses the different possibilities for public and private reform made available to them. It shows how 'bad girls', though few in number, posed a recurring challenge to established generational and gender orders, and questions the popular contemporary belief that 'rising' d.
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Gender Justice and Welfare in Britain 1900 1950

Gender Justice and Welfare in Britain 1900 1950

The first major study of the history of British "bad girls," this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system, examine the processes ...

Author: P. Cox

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 1349410225

Category: Social Science

Page: 238

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The first major study of the history of British "bad girls," this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system, examine the processes leading to their definition as delinquent, defective or neglected, and analyses possibilities for reform.
Categories: Social Science

Bad Girls in Britain

Bad Girls in Britain

The first major study of the history of British "bad girls," this book uses a wide range of professional, popular and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the twentieth century juvenile justice system, examine the processes ...

Author: Pamela Cox

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 1137293950

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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The first major study of the history of British "bad girls", this book uses a wide range of professional, popular, and personal texts to explore the experiences of girls in the 20th century juvenile justice system. It examines the processes leading to their definition as variously delinquent, defective or neglected and analyzes the different possibilities for public and private reform made available to them. It shows how "bad girls", though few in number, posed a recurring challenge to established generational and gender orders, and questions the popular contemporary belief that "rising" delinquency among girls has been the product of late-20th century social changes.
Categories: Political Science

Law and Society in England 1750 1950

Law and Society in England 1750 1950

JA Stack, 'Reformatory and Industrial Schools and the Decline of Child Imprisonment in Mid‐Victorian England and Wales' (1994) 23 ... P Cox, Gender, Justice and Welfare: Bad Girls in Britain, 19001950 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).

Author: William Cornish

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781509931262

Category: Law

Page: 672

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Law and Society in England 1750–1950 is an indispensable text for those wishing to study English legal history and to understand the foundations of the modern British state. In this new updated edition the authors explore the complex relationship between legal and social change. They consider the ways in which those in power themselves imagined and initiated reform and the ways in which they were obliged to respond to demands for change from outside the legal and political classes. What emerges is a lively and critical account of the evolution of modern rights and expectations, and an engaging study of the formation of contemporary social, administrative and legal institutions and ideas, and the road that was travelled to create them. The book is divided into eight chapters: Institutions and Ideas; Land; Commerce and Industry; Labour Relations; The Family; Poverty and Education; Accidents; and Crime. This extensively referenced analysis of modern social and legal history will be invaluable to students and teachers of English law, political science, and social history.
Categories: Law

Becoming Delinquent British and European Youth 1650 1950

Becoming Delinquent  British and European Youth  1650   1950

11 For more detailed discussion of this separate provision, see P. Cox, Bad Girls: Gender, Justice and Welfare in Britain, 1900-1950 (forthcoming). See also, L. Marks, "The Luckless Waifs and Strays of Humanity': Irish and Jewish Unwed ...

Author: Pamela Cox

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351728300

Category: Law

Page: 196

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This title was first published in 2002: Becoming Delinquent: British and European Youth, 1650-1950 provides a critical synthesis of the growing body of work on the history of British and European juvenile delinquency. It is unique in that it analyzes definitions of and responses to, disorderly youth across time (from the mid-seventeenth to the mid-twentieth centuries) and across space (covering developments across Western Europe). This comparative approach allows it to show how certain themes dominated European discourses of delinquency across this period, not least panics about urban culture, poor parenting, dangerous pleasures, family breakdown, national fitness and future social stability. It also shows how these various threats were countered by recurring strategies, most notably by repeated attempts to deter delinquency, to divide responsibility between the state, civil society and the family, and to find a "proper" balance between moral reform and physical punishment, between care and control.
Categories: Law

Women Crime and Justice in England since 1660

Women  Crime and Justice in England since 1660

Damousi, J. Depraved and Disorderly: Female Convicts, Sexuality and Gender in Colonial Australia. Cambridge: Cambridge University ... Cox, P. Gender, Justice and Welfare: Bad Girls in Britain, 19001950. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan ...

Author: Shani D'Cruze

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781137057204

Category: History

Page: 240

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Shani D'Cruze and Louise A. Jackson provide students with a lively overview of women's relationship to the criminal justice system in England, exploring key debates in the regulation of 'respectable' and 'deviant' femininities over the last 4 centuries. Major issues include: - Attitudes towards murder and infanticide - Prostitution - The decline of witchcraft belief - Sexual violence - The 'girl delinquent' - Theft and fraud. The volume also examines women's participation in illegal forms of protest and political activism, their experience of penal regimes as well as strategies of resistance, and their involvement in occupations associated with criminal justice itself. Assuming that men and women cannot be studied in isolation, D'Cruze and Jackson make reference to recent studies of masculinity and comment on the ways in which relations between men and women have been understood and negotiated across time. Featuring examples drawn from a rich range of sources such as court records, autobiographies, literature and film, this is an ideal introduction to an increasingly popular area of study.
Categories: History

Race Recognition and Retribution in Contemporary Youth Justice

Race  Recognition and Retribution in Contemporary Youth Justice

Cox, P. (2003) Gender, Justice and Welfare in Britain, 1900–1950: Bad Girls in Britain, 1900–1950. Hampshire: Palgrave Mcmillan. Cox, P. (2010) Towards a mixed economy of youth justice. Essex Human Rights Review, 7(1), pp. 40–49.

Author: Esmorie Miller

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351039444

Category: Social Science

Page: 192

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Race, Recognition and Retribution in Contemporary Youth Justice provides a cross-national, sociohistorical investigation of the legacy of racial discrimination, which informs contemporary youth justice practice, in Canada and England. The book links racial disparities in youth justice, especially exclusion from ideologies of care and notions of future citizenship, with historical practices of exclusion. Despite the logic of care, found in both rehabilitative and retributive forms of youth justice, Black inner-city youth remain excluded from lenience and social welfare considerations. This exclusion reflects a historical legacy of racial discrimination apparent in the harsher sanctions levied against Black, innercity youth. In exploring race’s role in this arrangement, the book asks: To what extent were Black youth excluded from historic considerations of the lenience and social care, built into the logic of youth justice in England and Canada? To what extent are the disproportionately high incarceration rates, for Black, inner-city youth in the contemporary system, a reflection of a historic exclusion from considerations of lenience and social care? How might contemporary justice efforts be reoriented to explicitly prioritize considerations of lenience and social care ahead of penalty for Black, inner-city youth? Examining the entrenched structural continuities of racial discrimination, the book draws on archival and interview data, with interviewees including professionals who work with inner-city youth. In concert with the archival and interview data, the book offers the Intractability, Malleability I/M thesis, an integrated social theoretical logic with the capacity to expand the customary analytical scope for understanding the contemporary entrenched normalization of racialized youth as punishable. The aim is to advance a historicized account, exploring youth’s positioning as constitutive of a continuity of racialized peoples’, in general, and youth’s, in particular, historic exclusion from the benefits of modern rights, including lenience and care. The I/M logic takes its analytical currency from a combined critical race theory (CRT) and recognition theory. The book argues that a truly progressive era of youth justice necessitates cultivating policy and practice which explicitly prioritizes considerations of lenience and social care, ahead of reliance on penalty. This multidisciplinary book is valuable reading for academics and students researching criminology, sociology, politics, anthropology, critical race studies, and history. It will also appeal to practitioners in the field of youth justice, policymakers, and third-sector organizations.
Categories: Social Science

Sex Gender and Social Change in Britain since 1880

Sex  Gender and Social Change in Britain since 1880

Stephen Brooke, Sexual Politics: Sexuality, Family Planning, and the British Left from the 1880s to the Present Day ... 2008) Pamela Cox, Gender, Justice and Welfare: Bad Girls in Britain, 19001950 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, ...

Author: Lesley A. Hall

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781137292681

Category: Social Science

Page: 256

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Sexual attitudes and behaviour have changed radically in Britain between the Victorian era and the twenty-first century. However, Lesley A. Hall reveals how slow and halting the processes of change have been, and how many continuities have persisted under a façade of modernity. Thoroughly revised, updated and expanded, the second edition of this established text: • explores a wide range of relevant topics including marriage, homosexuality, commercial sex, media representations, censorship, sexually transmitted diseases and sex education • features an entirely new last chapter which brings the narrative right up to the present day • provides fresh insights by bringing together further original research and recent scholarship in the area. Lively and authoritative, this is an essential volume for anyone studying the history of sexual culture in Britain during a period of rapid social change.
Categories: Social Science

Crime Policing and Punishment in England 1660 1914

Crime  Policing and Punishment in England  1660 1914

Becoming Delinquent: British and European Youth, 1650–1950 (Ashgate, Dartmouth, 2002) Pamela Cox, Gender, Justice and Welfare: Bad Girls in Britain, 19001950 (Palgrave, Basingstoke, 2003) T. A. Critchley, A History of Police in England ...

Author: Drew D. Gray

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472579287

Category: History

Page: 416

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Crime, Policing and Punishment in England, 1660-1914 offers an overview of the changing nature of crime and its punishment from the Restoration to World War 1. It charts how prosecution and punishment have changed from the early modern to the modern period and reflects on how the changing nature of English society has affected these processes. By combining extensive primary material alongside a thorough analysis of historiography this text offers an invaluable resource to students and academics alike. The book is arranged in two sections: the first looks at the evolution and development of the criminal justice system and the emergence of the legal profession, and examines the media's relationship with crime. Section two examines key themes in the history of crime, covering the emergence of professional policing, the move from physical punishment to incarceration and the importance of gender and youth. Finally, the book draws together these themes and considers how the Criminal Justice System has developed to suit the changing nature of the British state.
Categories: History