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Bagaric, Mirko and Bagaric, Brienna, Mitigating the Crime That Is the Over-Imprisonment of Women: Why Orange Should Not Be the New Black (2016). Vermont Law Review (41), Forthcoming, Deakin Law School Research Paper No. 16-16, Available at SSRN:

Botello, C. M. (2017). Women's imprisonment and recidivism: An illustrative analysis of Boronia Women's Pre-Release Centre (Western Australia) and progressive/open prison systems in Norway and Sweden (Master of Philosophy (School of Arts and Sciences)). University of Notre Dame Australia.

Associations between significant head injury and persisting disability and violent crime in women in prison in Scotland, UK: a cross-sectional study, Prof Tom M McMillan, PhD; Hira Aslam, MSc; Eimear Crowe, DClinPsych; Eleanor Seddon, DClinPsych; Sarah J E Barry, PhD - Open Access Published: May 13, 2021 DOI:

Woolhouse R, McKinlay A, Grace RC. Women in Prison With Traumatic Brain Injury: Prevalence, Mechanism, and Impact on Mental Health. Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol. 2018 Aug;62(10):3135-3150. doi: 10.1177/0306624X17726519. Epub 2017 Aug 23. PMID: 28831827.

Gergõ Baranyi, Megan Cassidy, Seena Fazel, Stefan Priebe, Adrian P Mundt, Prevalence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Prisoners, Epidemiologic Reviews, Volume 40, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 134–145,

Gender Differences in Prisoner Subcultures (From Women and Crime in America, P 409-419, 1981, Lee H Bowker, ed. -See NCJ-93434)

O'Rourke, C., Linden, M. A., & Lohan, M. (2018). Traumatic brain injury and abuse among female offenders compared to non-incarcerated controls. Brain Injury.

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