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Topics Courses

Welcome to our Topics publishing program.
Take a look inside at teaching and learning tools that:

  • Reflect our high scholarly standards
  • Speak effectively to today's college students
  • Represent the most current pedagogical trends


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Workplace/Women's Place

Third Edition

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Paula Dubeck and Dana Dunn

February 2006

Taking a lively interdisciplinary approach, this highly accessible anthology probes the continuing challenges that women face as they enter and participate in the world of work.

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In Her Own Words: Women Offenders' Views on Crime and Victimization: An Anthology

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Leanne Fiftal Alarid and Paul Cromwell

July 2005

"What makes this anthology so unique and interesting is its exclusive use of research using feminist methodology, including in-depth and life-history interviews."--Heather Melton, University of Utah

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Flat Broke with Children: Women in the Age of Welfare Reform

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Sharon Hays

October 2004

In the spirit of Nickel and Dimed in America, the first book to explore the impact of recent welfare reform on women

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Working Women in America: Split Dreams

Second Edition

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Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Gregg Lee Carter

October 2004

The second edition of Working Women in America: Split Dreams highlights current research on critical issues affecting American women in today's global workplace.

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Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice: Original Feminist Readings

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Claire Renzetti and Lynne Goodstein

October 2000

This volume of essays offers an opportunity to review alternative perspectives on women and justice--and compare them to more traditional explanations.

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