CRCJ 3385 : Women and Crime (1 Week notes)
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CRCJ 3385: Women and Crime (1 Week notes) Section 1 – Introduction The influence of feminism on women and crime Sex : biological and physiological Gender : how society identifies you Second wave feminism They mostly focused on the works done by the white liberal feminist. This was during the women liberation movement. Third wave feminism Addresses the multiple, diverse perspectives of women. For example, race, ethnicity/nationality, and sexuality. There was an increase number of women in the male workforce 5 topic areas that dealt with women and crime 1. Domestic violence/intimate partner violence 2. Gender specific programming and policies 3. Gender differences in criminal behavior 4. Victimization of women 5. International perspectives on women and crime Women who offend… Prostitution Questions: Why was there relatively no study of women and criminal justice prior to 1960’s and 1970’s? Not many women in the field Women were known to work as teachers, secretaries, or help in the kitchen Male dominance in the field What changed in the 1960’s and 1970’s that led to an increase in study of women and criminal justice? Civil rights movement Women liberation movement (women are equal to men) Vietnam war movement Victim rights movement o Women are victims in certain offenses. Ex: domestic violence in Women as victims and offenders As victims As offenders Minority of all victimization, majority of Gender gap – offense type specific victimization. (men commit violent crimes) Known offender Violation of socially proscribed gender roles Repeat victimization by criminal justice Reasons as to why victims may be victimized again Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Credibility Shame Case does not go to trial Is there an intersection of victimization and offending? Yes, because women can be abuse, which leads them to offense. DATA SOURCES ON WOMEN AS VICTIMS AND OFFENDERS Uniform crime reports (UCR) o Not reliable because they are based on arrest o This database includes age, gender, race, and region o Dark figure of crime Victimization surveys (NCVS, NVAWS,etc.) o Trends in crime rates o Excludes under 12yrs old (NCVS) They would have to file the situation
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