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Gendering criminology

Gendering criminology
crime and justice today

  • ISBN: 9780520298286
  • Editorial: University of California Press
  • Lugar de la edición: Berkeley (CA). Estados Unidos de Norteamérica
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Medidas: 24 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 332
  • Idiomas: Inglés

Papel: Rústica
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Resumen

Gendering Criminology provides a contemporary guide for understanding the role of gender in criminal engagement and experiences as well as reactions to these offenses among laypersons and agents of social control. The textbook provides evidence for the argument that gender socially situates people in their risks for criminal engagement, victimization, and what occurs in the aftermath of crime: arrest, the judicial process, and sentencing. Aside from investigating the role of men and women, the authors also explore the experiences of LGBTQIA+ communities involved in or working within the criminal-legal system. The volume provides a comprehensive account of various offenses-violent and nonviolent-and individual motivations, drives, and methods, to help students develop the skills they need to work as professionals in and around the criminal-legal system.

Key features:

Applies theoretical concepts to real-life applications, media bytes, and case studies
Includes new and timely information regarding gender and online victimization
Provides an overview of each topic within eleven chapters, delving into the literature in each area
Promotes active learning activities in each chapter to fully immerse and engage students in the material

Preface: New Language for a New Way of Thinking
1. The Story of Gender: Definitions, Origins, and Current Issues
2. The Why and How: Theories of Gender, Crime, and Victimization
3. "Manly" Crimes: The Relationship between Masculinity and Criminality
4. "Ladies Only": An Examination of Women and Crime
5. At the Margins: Criminalization in the LGBTQIA+ Communities
6. Gender-Based Online Victimization
7. "Boys Will Be Boys" and "Sugar and Spice": The Relationship between Gender and Victimization
8. The Victimization of Individuals Who Identify as LGBTQIA+
9. Policing Crime: How Gender Influences Arrest Decisions and Court Cases
10. The Gendered Nature of Punishment
11. "Boys' Clubs": Gender and Employment in the Criminal-Legal System
12. Gender, Crime, and the Media
References
Index

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