Ender, Crime And Justice (criminology)

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Please answer ONE of the following:

1. a?The body of law is a site of gendered powera. Critically discuss using examples to support your argument.

2. Critically consider the idea that crime is a resource for a?doinga masculinitya.

3. Despite a blurring of the boundaries between the a?offendera and the a?victima, there continues to be a gendered distinction between them. Discuss the implications of this for both women and men.

4. Critically discuss the rise of the a?newa a?dangerousa and a?violenta female offender.

5. a?The criminal justice system and its agents are gendereda. Focusing on ONE organisation outline and critically discuss the implications of this for those who come into contact with it.

6. a?Equality in the criminal justice system is not achieved by treating men and women in the same waya. Critically consider this statement in relation to female and male offenders.

7. Critically discuss the proposition that it is male victims who have been disavowed in criminology and criminal justice.

Ender crime and justice ( Criminology)

This is a Criminology subject
Essay question: Masculinity is in crisesa, critically explore this proposition in relation to male violent behaviour.
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Referencing Requirements:
Compulsory reading
Messerschmidt, J. (2009) Hegemonic and Subordinated Masculinities, T. Newburn (eds.) Key Readings in Criminology, Cullompton: Willan Publishing.
Campbell, B., (2008) a?Boys will be Boysa, in K., Evans & J., Jamieson (Edas) Gender and Crime a Reader, Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Collier, R. (1998) Masculinities, Crime and Criminology.London: Sage
Collier, R. (2008) Masculinities and Crime: Rethinking the a?man questiona , in K., Evans & J., Jamieson (Edas) Gender and Crime a Reader, Maidenhead: Open University Press
Connell, R. W (1987) Gender and Power, Oxford: Polity.
Jefferson, T. (2001) a?Hegemonic Masculinitya in E. Mc Laughlin & J. Muncie (eds) The Sage Dictionary of Criminology, London: Sage.
Messerschmidt, J. (1993) Masculinities and Crime, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.
Messerschmidt, J. (1997) Crime as structured Action,London: Sage.
Messerschmidt, J. (2008) a?Structured action and gendered crimea, in K., Evans & J., Jamieson (Edas) Gender and Crime a Reader, Maidenhead: Open University Press
Messerschmidt, J., (2009) Hegemonic and Subordinated Masculinities, T. Newburn (eds.) Key Readings in Criminology, Cullompton: Willan Publishing.
Morgan, D. (1992) Discovering Men, London: Routledge.
Muncie, J. & D. Wilson (2004) Student Handbook of Criminal Justice andCriminology. Cavendish Publishing: London. (Chapter 7)
Smart, C., (2009) Feminist Approaches to Criminology or Postmodern Woman Meets Atavistic Man, T. Newburn (eds.) Key Readings in Criminology, Cullompton: Willan Publishing
Scraton, P., (1990) Scientific knowledge or masculine discourses: challenging patriarchy in criminology, in Gelsthorpe and Morris, eds., Feminist perspectives in criminology, Milton Keynes, Open University Press.
Walklate, S. (1995) Gender and Crime. Hertfordshire: Prentice Hall. (Chapter 6)
Walklate, S. (2004) (2nd ed) Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice. Cullompton: Willan. (Chapter 2)
Walklate, S. (2007) Understanding Criminology,Berkshire: Open University Press. (Chapter 5)
Wykes, M. & K. Welsh (2009) Violence, Gender & Justice. London: Sage (Chapter 8)
Journals
a? British Journal of Criminology
articles from the gardean news can be used
government statistic
you can also use other sources as well thats fine.