Google Scholar - multidisciplinary
PsycINFO - psychology and related disciplines
Index New Zealand - New Zealand journals and newspapers
Following is a selective list of journals.
Affilia: Journal of women and social work
Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology
Criminology and criminal justice
International criminal justice review
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology
International review of victimology
Journal of contemporary criminal justice
Journal of interpersonal violence
Journal of offender rehabilitation
The following headings will be useful to find books available via the Library:
Bitton, D. M. (2011). The gender of crime. Rowman & Littlefield.
Bradley, T. (2020). Global perspectives on violence against women and girls. Bloomsbury
Chesney-Lind, M., & Shelden, R. G. (2014). Girls, delinquency and juvenile justice. Wiley Blackwell
Davidson, J. T., & Chesney-Lind, M. (2009). Gender and crime. In J. Mitchell Miller (Ed.), 21st Century criminology: A reference handbook. Sage.
Davies, P., Francis, P., & Greer, C. (Eds.). (2007). Victims, crime and society. Sage.
DeAngelis, M. (2016). Human trafficking: Women's stories of agency. Cambridge Scholars.
Devaney, J., & Lazenbatt, A. (2016). Domestic violence perpetrators: Evidence-informed responses. Routledge.
Fitz-Gibbon, K. (2018). Gender, crime and criminal justice. Routledge.
Gannon, T. A., & Cortoni, F. (2010). Female sexual offenders: Theory, assessment and treatment. Wiley Blackwell.
Gibbs, A., & Gilmour, F. E. (Eds.). (2022). Women, crime and justice in context: Contemporary perspectives in feminist criminology from Australia and New Zealand. Routledge
Grace, S. (2022). Criminal women: Gender matters. Bristol University Press.
Johnson, H., Fisher, .B. S., & Jaquier, V. (2014). Critical Issues on Violence Against Women : International Perspectives and Promising Strategies. Routledge.
Johnson, H. Ollus, N., & Nevala, S. (2007). Violence against women: An international perspective. Springer.
Logan, T. K., Walker, R., Jordan, C. E., & Leukefeld, G. G. (2006). Women and victimization: Contributing factors, interventions and implications. American Psychological Association.
Lombard, N. (Ed.). (2018). The Routledge handbook of gender and violence. Routledge
Marsh, I. (2006). Theories of crime. Routledge.
Marway, H., & Widdows, H. (2015). Women and violence: The agency of victims and perpetrators. Palgrave Macmillan.
Meloy, M. L., & Miller, S. L. (2011). The victimization of women: Law, policies and politics. Oxford University Press.
Morash, M. (2006). Understanding gender, crime, and justice. Sage
Silvestri, M. & Crowther-Dowey, C. (2008). Gender & crime. Sage.
Sheehan, R., McIvor, G., & Trotter, C. (Eds.) (2011). Working with women offenders in the community. Willan.
True, J. (2021). Violence against women: What everyone needs to know. Oxford University Press.
Van Gundy, A. (2014). Feminist theory, crime and social justice. Elsevier.
Van Wormer, K. (2010). Working with female offenders: A gender sensitive approach. Wiley.
Walklate, S. (2007). Handbook of victims and victimology. Wilan Publishing.
Weldon, E. (2008). The psychology of female violence: Crimes against the body. Routledge.
Welsh, K. (2008). Violence, gender and justice. London: Sage Publications.
Wilczak, A., (2017). Gender, crime, & justice: Exploring the dynamics. Lynne Rienner.
Wolhuter, L., Olley, N., & Denham, D. (2008). Victimology: Victimisation and victims' rights. Routledge.