Leon Pettiway is Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Indiana University, Bloomington. He is the author of Honey, Honey, Miss Thang (Temple), which was nominated for the 1996 Lambda Literary Award for books on transgender. Библиографические данные.
Leon Pettiway is Associate Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, Indiana University, Bloomington. Workin' it: Women Living Through Drugs and Crime.
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women, drugs and crime. of the social realities of these women. In Pettiway's introductory. chapter he states that he wanted to present a non-interpretative. However it soon emerges that sexism, class, racism, homophobia, death, violence. and poverty are integral to the comprehension. the realities of the five subjects. on the basis that they best.
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Four of the women are black; one is white and Puerto Rican. While all five have been involved in same-sex relationships, three are primarily straight and two are primarily lesbian. They come from working-class or welfare families; some women characterize their mothers as strict, abusive, intolerant, and distant while other mothers are characterized as concerned, religious, and loving
Includes bibliographical references (p. xxxix-xlv).
Published 1997 by Temple University Press in Philadelphia. Prostitutes, Social aspects, Drug abuse, Social aspects of Drug abuse, Prostitution, Case studies, Social conditions, Biography, Internet Archive Wishlist, African American women, Women drug addicts, Poor women, Drug use, Puerto Ricans, Drugs and sex, Sexual behavior, Social Marginality. Includes bibliographical references (p.
Leon E. Pettiway, (P. to the formation of crime partnerships, and the criminal decision-making process . None of them has escaped the ravages of urban decline, crime, drugs, and poverty that accompany life in an inner city. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee), is Professor Emeritus at Indiana University, Bloomington. to the formation of crime partnerships, and the criminal decision-making process of addicts and nonusers in light of various environmental cues.
Margaret, Charlie, Virginia, Tracy, and Laquita are all drug users who are involved in regular criminal activity: prostitution, burglary, shoplifting, robbery, drug selling, petty theft, and various kinds of fraud. This title describes their lives, how they came to be where they are, and where they hope to go. Get A Copy.
Workin' It: Women Living through Drugs and Crime. Revisioning women and drug use: Gender sensitivity, embodiment and reducing harm.
It and a companion book, Workin' It: Women Living Through Drugs and Crime, were funded by a million dollar grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse which sought to investigate the relationship betweeen drug use and urban crime.