CRCJ 3385 : WOMEN AND CRIME
CRCJ 3385 : WOMEN AND CRIME CRCJ 3385
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Maria Camacho on Saturday January 30, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CRCJ 3385 at University of Texas at Arlington taught by Jaya B. Davis in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 42 views. For similar materials see Women and Crime in Criminal Justice at University of Texas at Arlington.
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Date Created: 01/30/16
2 week notes based on pages (1835) (3650) and (5162) Discussion Topics: 1. Patriarchy, Crime and Justice 2. Grounding the Analysis of Gender and Crime 3. Theories of Victimization Patriarchy, Crime and Justice Women’s victimization o Why was it the first area of examination? Because of the women rights movement, but also because a big number of women violence. Women’s victimization had an impact on public policy o Domestic Violence o Public policy changed because they wanted to do good What is Patriarchy? o one group’s control over another group o sex gender system where men and dominate and women are subordinate o masculine valued over feminine o social control policies support sexgender system / control behavior differently than boys Grounding the Analysis of Gender and Crime women interview women: “women’s experience” Meaning of “intellectual double shift”: The dual challenge of examining the impact of gender and gender inequality in real life. Analyzing Qualitative Interview Data: of the grounded theory analysis, is that preliminary data analysis begins at the start of the project. (one of the most important principle) Victim Blaming: the practice whereby the responsibility of the crime is diffused from the offender and blame is the victim. Fear of Victimization: for women it is more related to feelings vulnerability. Social Contract: Based on idea of benefits/ burdens. (giving up freedom) It ties with victimization. Giving up freedom violates the system. How does due process impact victim’s rights? Because offenders have rights and so should the victims To protect individuals Balance power
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