Women, Violence, and the Media: Readings in Feminist Criminology (Ne Gender, Crime Law) ePub download
by Drew Humphries
- ISBN: 1555537030
- ISBN13: 978-1555537036
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- Language: English
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: Northeastern University Press (April 15, 2009)
- Pages: 320
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Women, Violence, and the Media: Readings in Feminist Criminology. Boston: Northeastern University Press. Article in Violence Against Women 16(6):715-721 · May 2010 with 12 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
Through the lens of feminist criminology, this volume examines the complex interrelationship of women .
Through the lens of feminist criminology, this volume examines the complex interrelationship of women, violence, and media presentations. The book is divided into three sections.
The Representation of Women in Media, Crime, and Violence Textbooks - Zoann K. Snyder Debating the Issues: Femicide and Sexual Terrorism Does Gender Make a Difference? The Influence of Female Victimization on Media. Jane Tennison: Investigating Violence against Women in 'Prime Suspect' - Madelaine Adelman, Gray Cavender, and Nancy C. Jurik Changing the Image: Feminist Critics and Criticism Victims and Sources: Newspaper Reports of Mass Murder in Domestic Contexts - John W. Heeren and Jill Theresa Messing Running Out of Oxygen: Is "Television for Women" Suffocating Women?
The feminist school of criminology is a school of criminology developed in the late 1960s and into the 1970s as a reaction to the general disregard and discrimination of women in the traditional study of crime
The feminist school of criminology is a school of criminology developed in the late 1960s and into the 1970s as a reaction to the general disregard and discrimination of women in the traditional study of crime. Feminist criminologists note that the field of criminology has historically been dominated by men, leading to the development of criminological theories that focus on the male experience.
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Criminology at the crossroads: Feminist readings in crime and justice. New York: Oxford Univ. E-mail Citation . Multifaceted compilation of feminist work organized around emergent themes, including discourse analysis, victimization and criminalization, masculinities and violence, and gender, politics, and justice. Explores the ways in which law is gendered, how law is a gendering strategy, and the challenges faced by feminist socio-legal studies. Uses examples from Great Britain. Mass Media, Crime, and Justice.
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Males engaged in more crime and violence than females, and they were more likely to repeat their crimes. of female crime, see CAROL SMART, WOMEN, CRIME, AN CRIMINOLOGr.
Provocative collection of essays designed to give students an understanding of media representations of women's experience of violence and to educate a new generation to recognize and critique media images of women. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Humphries, Drew.
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Home Browse Books Book details, Criminology at the Crossroads: Feminist Readings. Criminology at the Crossroads: Feminist Readings in Crime and Justice. By Kathleen Daly, Lisa Maher. This anthology contains key works in criminology and law by well-known feminist scholars, including Carol Smart, Kristin Bumiller, Hilary Allen, Meda Chesney-Lind, Kathleen Ferraro, and Regina Austin. Themes include the construction of women in feminist, legal and criminological discourses; the blurred boundaries of victimization and criminalization; masculinities and violence; and intersections of class-race-gender.