Spring 2003 – Volume XVIII, Number 1

SPECIAL ISSUE ON GIRLS IN THE JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM:
THE INTERSECTION OF GENDER, AGE AND CRIME 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction: Girls In The Juvenile Justice System: The Intersection of Gender, Age And Crime Alecia Humphrey 1

POEM

 

Illusions Heather 7

ARTICLES

 

When Individual Differences Demand
Equal Treatment: An Equal Rights Approach To The Special Needs of Girls In the Juvenile Justice System
Marsha L. Levick
and Francine T. Sherman
9
A Better Way To Spend $500,000: How the Juvenile Justice System Fails Girls Marty Beyer, Gillian Blair, Sarah Katz, Sandra Simkins, and Annie Steinberg 51
Shifting Boundaries: Abortion, Criminal Culpability And The Indeterminate Legal Status of Adolescents J. Shoshanna Ehrlich 77
“Because Everybody Thought That I Wouldn’t Be Able To Do It”: Gender-Responsive Services For Court-Involved Girls And the First Year Of The GirlRising Program Melissa M. Beck, Ana Bermudez, and Martha King 117

 COMMENTS

Title VII In The Seventh Circuit: An Analysis Of Administrative Claims And Civil Complaints Nicole Frankel 139
Staying Inbounds: Reforming Title Ix In Collegiate Athletics Kristin Rozum

 

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