Gender Based Theories of Criminality (Team)

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Feminism is a set of theories & strategies for social change that take gender as their central focus in attempting to understand social institutions, processes, and relationships. (this Part)
Mainstream feminism holds the view that women suffer oppression & discrimination in a society run for men by men who have passed laws and created customs to perpetuate their privileged position. (Part need 2 slides with speaker notes)

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Feminist CriminologyFemale Centered TheoryRadical Feminist ExplanationGeneralizability ProblemLiberal FeminismRadical FeminismMarxist FeminismSocialist FeminismPost Modern FeminismPitts, W. (2009). Gender Based Theories ofCrime. Retrieved December 8, 2012 fromhttp://memphis.edu/cjustice/wpitts/2140PDFLectures/2140Lect12.pdfProctor, A. (2006). Intersections of Race,Class, Gender, and Crime., 1(1): 27-47Name: gender_based_theories_of_criminalityDescription:
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