Book entitled "Perceptions of Female Offenders: How Stereotypes and Social Norms Affect Criminal Justice Responses"
An edited book that
- Explores perceptions of female offenders and their effects on criminal justice responses
- Interdisciplinary research on perceptions of gender, from Psychology, Sociology, and Criminology
- Counters popular perceptions of female offenders with evidence-based research
- Synopsis »
Russell, B. L., and McCarty, J. (in press). Jury Selection and Behavior. The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, MA.
Russell, B. L., Ragatz, L., & Kraus, S. W. (2012). Expert testimony of the battered person syndrome, defendant gender, and sexual orientation in a case of duress: Evaluating legal decisions. Journal of Family Violence, 27(7), 659-670.
Shernock, S. & Russell, B. L. (2012). Gender and Racial/Ethnic Differences in Criminal Justice Decision Making in Intimate Partner Violence Cases. Special Edition of Partner Abuse State of Knowledge Project. Partner Abuse, 3(4), 501-530.
Russell, B. L. (2012). Effectiveness, Victim Safety, Characteristics and Enforcement of Protective Orders. Special Edition of Partner Abuse State of Knowledge Project. Partner Abuse, 3(4), 531-552.
Russell, B. L., Oswald, D. L., & Kraus, S. W. (2011). Evaluations of Sexual Assault: Perceptions of guilt and legal elements for male and female aggressors using various coercive strategies. Violence and Victims, 26(6), 799-815.
Russell, B. (2010). Battered Woman Syndrome as a Legal Defense: History, Effectiveness and Implications. McFarland& Company, Inc. North Carolina.
Khondaker, M., Rice, K., & Russell, K. (2010). The Presence of Serious Gang Involvement in Elementary Schools. Journal of Gang Research, 17(3), 1-9.
Russell, B., Kraus, S. W., & Ceccherini, T. (2010). Student perceptions of agressive behaviors and predictive patterns of perpetration and victimization: The role of age and sex. Journal of School Violence, 9, 251-270.
Ragatz, L. L., & Russell, B. (2010). Sex, sexual orientation, and sexism: What influence do these factors have on verdicts in a crime-of-passion case? The Journal of Social Psychology, 150(4), 341-360.
Russell, B. L., & Ragatz, L., Kraus, S. (in press). Self-Defense and Legal Decision Making: The Role of Defendant and Victim Gender and Gender-Neutral Expert Testimony of the Battered Partner’s Syndrome. Partner Abuse,1(2).
Online Research Studies: Designing and Implementing Research Studies, by Brenda Russell and John Purcell.
Russell, B. L., Ragatz, L., & Kraus, S. W. (2009). Does Ambivalent Sexism Influence Verdicts for Heterosexual and Homosexual Defendants in a Self-Defense Case? Journal of Marriage and Family Psychology.
Kraus, S., & Russell, B. L. (2008). Adolescents’ exposure to sexually explicit material and early sexual experiences. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 11(2), 162-168.
Russell, B. L., Perkins, J., & Grinnell, H. (2008). The effects of overusing the word like and hesitations in employment hiring decisions. Psychological Reports, 102, 111-118.
Chapleau, K. M., Oswald, D. L., & Russell, B. L. (2007). How ambivalent sexism toward women and men support rape myth acceptance. Sex Roles, 57, 131-136.
Chapleau,K. M., Oswald, D. L., & Russell, B. L. (2008). Male Rape Myths: The role of gender, violence, and sexism. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23(5), 600-615.
Russell, B. L., & Melillo, L. (2006). Attitudes toward battered women who kill: Defendant typicality and judgments of culpability. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 33(2), 1-23.
Oswald, D. L., & Russell, B. L. (2006). Perceptions of sexual aggression in heterosexual dating relationships: The role of initiator gender and tactics. The Journal of Sex Research, 43(1), p 87-95.