By Ngaire Naffine
Naffine argues that for a number of a long time feminists from various disciplines were learning crime, generating more and more subtle and complex understandings of the phenomenon. Their pursuits have ranged commonly, from the results of masculinity and femininity at the propensity to offend, to the ways that category and race impact the gender size of crime. they've got pursued tough questions about the character of data and the meanings of human behaviour in males and women.
Naffine analyses the therapy of ladies offenders through the felony justice method, and girls as sufferers of crime - particularly violent crime - and argues for a distinct knowing of sexual kinfolk among women and men in the crime of rape. eventually, she examines how feminist detective fiction can liven up and increase the research of crime.
Provocative and well-argued, this well timed booklet can be welcomed via scholars and researchers in women's stories, gender reviews, criminology, sociology and law.
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Feminism and Criminology by Ngaire Naffine