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Gender, Psychology, and JusticeThe Mental Health of Women and Girls in the Legal System$
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Corinne C. Datchi and Julie R. Ancis

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781479819850

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9781479819850.001.0001

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Gender, Psychology, and Justice

Gender, Psychology, and Justice

The Case for Systemic Change

(p.302) Conclusion Gender, Psychology, and Justice
Gender, Psychology, and Justice

Julie R. Ancis

Corinne C. Datchi

NYU Press

This chapter identifies the core themes that cut across the chapters of the book. Specifically, it discusses the relationship between systemic processes and women’s and girls’ entanglement with the justice system. It also calls attention to the compounding effect of institutional discrimination on the concerns of justice-involved women and girls. Lastly, it highlights the need for more interdisciplinary research, multicultural training, and evidence-based gender- and culturally responsive legal interventions in all arenas of the justice system.

Keywords:   discrimination, evidence-based practice, multicultural training, justice, women

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