Ritically assess whether it is necessary to have a distinctively feminist criminology.

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Below are key questions which guide the assessment of your essay:br /
Structure and Quality of Argumentbr /
Is the essay plan stated in the introduction?br /
Is the overall structure of the argument clear and coherent?br /
Are the points made in a logical sequence?br /
Is the argument sufficiently analytical?br /
Is there a conclusion?br /
Does the conclusion address the essay question directly?br /
Is the conclusion adequately supported by the preceding argument?br /
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Use of Evidencebr /
Are the points made supported by evidence from cited sources?br /
Are the sources drawn on sufficient and appropriate?br /
If empirical evidence is used, is it described clearly and in appropriate detail?br /
Does the evidence presented support the conclusions reached?br /
Is the interpretation of the evidence presented appropriately qualified (i.e. avoiding overgeneralisations and sweeping statements)?br /
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Contentsbr /
Is the writers argument adequately backed up rather than just asserted?br /
Are the sources used subjected to analysis and critical reflection?br /
Has the student researched the topic sufficiently?br /
Are there any important omissions?br /
Has the student thought about what they have read or simply reproduced material from sources?br /
Is there evidence of critical thinking or an original synthesis?br /
Does the student have an argument?br /
Has the student gone beyond the essential reading?br /
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Writing and Presentation Skillsbr /
Is the essay referenced correctly?br /
Are quotations identified and fully referenced?br /
Are the ideas presented fully credited?br /
Is there any evidence of plagiarism?br /
Is the essay fluent and readable?br /
Is the grammar and spelling adequate?br /
Has the writer made an effort to use their own words?