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eBook Women Crime and Criminal Justice ePub

by Allison Morris

  • ISBN: 0631154450
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Allison Morris
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Pub (1987)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1558 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1619 kb
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Women Crime and Criminal. has been added to your Basket. Focusing on women as defendants and prisoners, as victims and criminal justice professionals, Dr Morris shows that an understanding of women′s crime is of fundamental significance of criminology

Women Crime and Criminal. Focusing on women as defendants and prisoners, as victims and criminal justice professionals, Dr Morris shows that an understanding of women′s crime is of fundamental significance of criminology. This book will be an important addition to the literature on crime, as both a correction of and a complement to the criminology of men. About the Author. Allison Morris is Lecturer in Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge.

Allison Morris critically examines the way in which these attitudes and conceptions of women's social roles affect their position within the criminal justice system, and highlights the special problems women experience there. Focusing on women as defendants and prisoners, as victims and criminal justice professionals, Dr Morris shows that an understanding of women's crime is of fundamental significance of criminology. This book will be an important addition to the literature on crime, as both a correction of and a complement to the criminology of me. .

ISBN13:9780631154457. Release Date:January 1991.

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Studies of crime and criminology have traditionally focused on men, while women have either been overlooked or discussed only briefly and in stereotypical ways. Allison Morris' book considers all aspects of women and crime, scrutinizing the conventional accounts of women's criminality and the validity of mainstream criminological theories for women. Examining the roles of all women involved in crime and criminal justice - defendants and prisoners, victims and criminal justice professionals - she considers how far stereotypical conceptions of the roles of women affect responses to them in the criminal justice system. Dr Morris shows that an understanding of women's crime is of fundamental significance for criminology. This work should be of interest to students of criminology and women's studies.