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The news media help shape society’s perception of social problems as well as public opinion of victims and offenders. Currently, there is extensive research devoted to the media’s portrayal of violence against women but very little examination of femicide (for purposes of this research,...
No criminological research has yet examined how embodied interaction in a particular local in school, gendered milieu, may be related to engaging in sexual offenses by adolescent girls outside school boundaries. Additionally, studies of adolescent sexual offending by girls are appallingly gender...
Often described as “pink collar,” shoplifting is crime thought to be dominated by women. While there is evidence of gender discrimination in the crime’s availability to women and that drug addiction as well as personal resources motivate individuals to choose it, the gendered nature of this...
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