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Date Created: 09/14/16
Crj 305 – Gender, Crime, Criminal Justice Chapter 1 (August 25, 2016) Invisibility of Women and Girls in Crime o 3 areas Women and girls as offenders Gender is the strongest factors indicating a person’s likelihood to break the law Women’s incarceration rates are increasing Women and girls as victims Women professionals in the criminal legal system o Increase in pro-feminist research getting more info about women into the world Sex Versus Gender - Vocabulary o Sex differences: Biological o Gender differences: Ascribed by society and related to expected social roles; Rooted in inequality o Sexism: Discrimination based on gender o Patriarchy Social, legal, and political climate that values male dominance Gender differences are equated to sex differences Laws are from men’s standpoint o Jurisprudence: Philosophy or science of law (how we think about the law) Feminism o 2 definitions Struggle to end sexist oppression Part of a larger movement to end domination in all of its forms o 3 myths Lacks objectivity Narrowly focuses on women Only one feminist perspective 5 types o Liberal (most basic and one of the first) Want access to equality in education and employment o Marxist (capitalism is the problem and it is the reason why women are oppressed) The class system forces women to depend on men (it should be abolished) o Socialist (capitalism and patriarchy are the problems) o Radical (only patriarchy is the problem) o Post- modern Women’s experiences differ based on class, race, sexual orientation, cultural lines, nationality, ethnicity, religion Feminist method o Standpoint theory: Start with acknowledgment that one’s social situation enables and sets limits on what one can know and has to be taken into account when starting a research design
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