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Booth, Natalie; Baldwin, Lucy and Masson, Isla (2023). Keeping the conversation going: the Women, Family, Crime and Justice network. In: Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Baldwin, Lucy eds. Experiences of Punishment, Abuse and Justice by Women and Families, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 1–8.

Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Dakri, Ferzana (2023). (Wo)men in the Middle: The Gendered Role of Supporting Prisoners. In: Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie eds. The Routledge Handbook of Women's Experiences of Criminal Justice. Routledge International Handbooks. London: Routledge, pp. 413–424.

Booth, Natalie and Masson, Isla (2021). Loved ones of remand prisoners: The hidden victims of COVID-19. Prison Service Journal(253)

Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Baldwin, Lucy (2018). Promises, promises Can the female offender strategy deliver? Probation Journal, 65(4) pp. 429–438.

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Gooch, Kate; Masson, Isla; Waddington, E and Owens, A (2022). After Care, After Thought?: The Invisibility of Care Experienced Men and Women in Prison. Prison Service Journal(258)

Ganeshpanchan, Zinthiya and Masson, Isla (2021). Harmful social and cultural practices that exist within South Asian communities in the UK and their impact on women. In: Masson, Isla; Baldwin, Lucy and Booth, Natalie eds. Critical Reflections on Women, Family, Crime and Justice. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 35–56.

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Masson, Isla; Booth, Natalie and Baldwin, Lucy (2023). The conversation isn’t over: gaining justice for women and families. In: Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Baldwin, Lucy eds. Experiences of Punishment, Abuse and Justice by Women and Families, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 132–136.

Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie (2023). Introduction. In: Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie eds. The Routledge Handbook of Women's Experiences of Criminal Justice. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 1–5.

Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie (2022). Why we should be focused on women in criminal justice. Counsel Magazine: Justice Matters.

Masson, Isla (2021). Reducing the Enduring Harm of Short Terms of Imprisonment. In: Masson, Isla; Baldwin, Lucy and Booth, Natalie eds. Critical Reflections on Women, Family, Crime and Justice, Volume 1. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 81–106.

Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie (2018). Examining prisoners’ families: definitions, developments and difficulties. The Howard League ECAN Bulletin, (39) pp. 15 - 20.

Masson, Isla and Österman, Linnéa (2017). Working with female offenders in restorative justice frameworks. Probation Journal, 64(4) pp. 354–371.

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