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Women and Criminal Justice, Second Edition

Ming-Li Hsieh, Marilyn D. McShane


  • ISBN: 9781543813791

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    Publication Date: 2/1/2021
    Copyright Year: 2021
    Pages: 320
    Print: 9781543813791

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    Ming-Li Hsieh

    Ming-Li Hsieh is a doctoral candidate in criminal justice and criminology at the Washington State University. She is a senior research associate at the Washington State Institute for Criminal Justice (WSICJ). She holds a bachelor’s degree in Japanese language and literature from the University of Chinese Culture in Taipei and a master’s degree in security management from the University of Houston-Downtown. Before beginning her academic career, she was an assistant research fellow with trilingual skills at the Research Center of Security Affairs from Kainan University in Taiwan. Her research includes an examination of gender gap trends, risk assessment instruments, crime control polices, and comparative policing. Recently she has presented and published articles on comparative crime trends and public attitudes toward criminal justice system figures. She has also co-authored with Marilyn McShane and Frank Williams in a book on juvenile delinquency.

    Marilyn D. McShane

    Marilyn D. McShane is a professor of criminal justice at the University of Houston, Downtown. She has been co-principle investigator in a number of correctional research grants and her published work includes journal articles, monographs, encyclopedias, and books on a wide range of criminological and criminal justice subjects. Recent materials she has authored or coauthored include Criminological Theory, 6thedition, Pearson, 2014; A Thesis Resource Guide for Criminology and Criminal Justice, Prentice Hall, 2008; the three-volume set Youth Violence and Delinquency: Monsters and Myths (Praeger, 2008); and theEncyclopedia of Juvenile Justice (Sage, 2003). She is currently serving on the editorial board of the journal, Women and Criminal Justice.

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