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Week 3 notes crj 305
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Date Created: 09/18/16
Crj 305 – Gender, Crime, Criminal Justice Chapter 3: Feminist and Pro-Feminist Theories (September 8, 2016) General Strain Theory * o Robert Agnew o Goals, response, and strains may vary depending on race, class, and gender o Three psychosocial strain sources: Presence of negative stimuli (bills, low income) Loss of positive stimuli (lose of a spouse) Failure to achieve positive goals (did not get job or did not graduate) Critical Race Feminism o Race was made by people and the legal system reinforced it o Feminist jurisprudence - Developed by White feminist legal scholars to address ways that lawmaking and enforcement work to the detriment of women and girls o Critical race feminism: Response by women of color law professors concerned that feminist jurisprudence was dominated by White women and Critical Race Theory was dominated by African American men Masculinity Theory o Some Men express masculinity through criminal acts o Masculinity is key to explaining criminality Cycle of Violence Theory * o Individuals who experienced childhood abuse or neglect were more likely than their non-abused and non-neglected counterparts to be arrested later in life. o Once started on the cycle it is very hard to stop Life Course Theory * o Theorizes that various life events, particularly those during childhood and adolescence, affect one’s risk of offending behavior o Examines pathways through the age-differentiated life span Pathway Theory * o Fundamentally posits that childhood and sometimes adulthood trauma can serve as trajectories to offending o Other Research Findings: Parental deviance plays a role Abuse, including emotional, physical, and sexual abuse has a profound impact on girl offending TRAUMA IS A KEY PATHWAY TO OFFENDING Merging Theories and Summary o Life course theory is prospective o Pathways theory is retrospective o Cycle of Violence is lifelong o SUMMARY Cycle of Violence and Pathways are the most useful to help understand girls’ and women’s entries into delinquency and crime There is a gendered impact of factors such as different traumas, economic disadvantage, and varying relationships with parents, children, and intimate partners (boy and girls experience things differently)
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