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Biosocial Approach to LGBT and Crime Paper

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IS BEING GAY AN EVIL? 1
Biosocial Approach to LGBT and Crime
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This paper gives an evaluation of the treatment of LGBTQ people in the criminology field. It
also provides current criminal justice policies deployed to deal with the issue and how different
countries deal with this issue of LGBTQ compared to normal couples. This chapter brings "queer
criminology" into the limelight to put sexual orientation and gender recognition as normal
differences that may guide people's criminal and justice experiences. Are LGBTQ people
criminals? Is LGBTQ biologically different?

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IS BEING GAY AN EVIL? Biosocial Approach to LGBT and Crime Name Professor Institutional Course Date 1 IS BEING GAY AN EVIL? 2 Abstract This paper gives an evaluation of the treatment of LGBTQ people in the criminology field. It also provides current criminal justice policies deployed to deal with the issue and how different countries deal with this issue of LGBTQ compared to normal couples. This chapter brings "queer criminology" into the limelight to put sexual orientation and gender recognition as normal differences that may guide people's criminal and justice experiences. Are LGBTQ people criminals? Is LGBTQ biologically different? IS BEING GAY AN EVIL? 3 Introduction In the 1870s, Italian physicians emerged applying a scientific approach to analyze crime. This formed the basis of modern criminology which has advanced into a diversified field utilizing critical, biological, psychological and sociological methods. This paper sheds light on an outlook of how criminologists' handle the LGBTQ population. It is a common phenomenon ignoring certain social groups in the field of criminology, for instance, women have elevated considerations about their neglect in criminology theory and research. Incall to "queer" criminology I support for more incorporation of LGTBQ concepts in the field to give into consideration to the relationship between sex differences and victimization. Criminologists have ignored and mistreated gender identity and sexual orientation issues and LGB ...
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