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Week three of notes
Women and Crime
Marion Cockey
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Melanie Maino on Sunday February 21, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CRMJ348 at Towson University taught by Marion Cockey in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Women and Crime in Criminal Justice at Towson University.


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Date Created: 02/21/16
2/9  3 waves of feminism o 1848 Seneca Falls, NY there was a convention of women demanding the right to vote and also brought awareness to prohibition laws o 1919 the 19 Amendment called for the right for females to vote o ^ first wave of feminism o Equal pay Act 1963 o Feminine Mystique o Title VII: women should be involved in sports in equal numbers. This was under the Civil Rights Act. o Reproductive Rights o ^second wave of feminism o 1 and 2 nd wave were made up of white women in the middle class o 80’s and 90’s involved other women started to break the mold. o Unilateral movement (ALL people) o Involved women of color, gays, lesbian, etc. o Encouraged men to be feminists o ^third wave of feminism  Types of Feminism o Liberal Feminism/ Egalitarianism  N.O.W- national organization of women  The most conservative form (1 and 2 nd wave)  They try and work with men and work within the structure that we already have in our society  Right to choose and affirmative action will solve all the issues o Socialist Feminism  Concerned with class and gender o Marxist Feminism  Work and economy is their focus  All oppression stems from work  Some times can be radical o Radical Feminism  Centered on notions to remove sexual violence  Every society has oppressed individuals  Masculine power and privilege o Third Wave Feminism  Calls for the end of ALL oppression  Involves women of color  Post-Modernization o Accepts social construction of knowledge and attempts to break down and rebuild it. o Multiple truths and realities  Backlash o Women becoming more like men therefore, there are more criminals o Date rape is said to not be a problem 2/11  Qualitative Methods: (lived experiences) this method can involve interviews  Epistemologies: the study of knowing o Empiricism: quantitative research (scientific method has value) o Standpoint and theory research: what we as interviewers is our standpoint and how it effects our interactions o Post modern approach: multiple truths; builds perspectives to create a collective work


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