2 edition of Voices from within : women in conflict within the law. found in the catalog.
Voices from within : women in conflict within the law.
Evelyn K. Sommers
Written in English
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Book Description: Voices from Within demonstrates the importance of conducting separate studies of male and female lawbreakers, including women as a focus of study; of relying on subjective perspectives to distinguish amd appropriately address differences inherent in the criminal population; and of reconceptualizing of the notion of motivation.
Voices from Within demonstrates the importance of conducting separate studies of male and female lawbreakers including women as a focus of study; of relying on subjective perspectives to distinguish amd appropriately address differences inherent in the criminal population; and of reconceptualizing of the notion of : Paperback.
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Sommers atCanada's largest bookstore. Free. Get this from a library. Voices from within: women who have broken the law. [Evelyn K Sommers] -- Women in conflict with the law have their own ideas about why and how they became lawbreakers.
But the experts who tell us who these women are and why they break the law usually ignore or discredit. Voices from Within demonstrates the importance of conducting separate studies of male and female lawbreakers including women as a focus of study; of relying on subjective perspectives to distinguish amd appropriately address differences inherent in the criminal population; and of reconceptualizing of the notion of : Women make up less than 20 percent of people arrested for crimes.
Women are about 23 percent of people on probation and 12 percent on parole. Women are more likely to commit crimes of shopfitting, bad-check writing, and embezzlement, and are less likely to be involved in arson, auto theft, and acts of vandalism. Silent Birangonas: Sexual Violence, Women’s Voices and Male Conflict Narratives.
Annika and a feminist critical perspective, in order to provide a framework for understanding why women’s voices remain absent from conflict narratives.
) within the narrative of the conflict itself. Overall, the suffering of individual victims. Voices from within: women who have broken the law. Author: Sommers, Evelyn K.
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