The criminal activity of women in selected criminological theories – cultural gender contexts


Abstract

The criminal activity of women in selected criminological theories – cultural gender contexts Abstract: The aim of this text is to reconstruct selected criminological theories. I consciously ignore concepts of a different profile, focusing on gender as a key category. The aim of my deliberations is not to present a comprehensive vision of the criminological concepts
of female crime, but only a certain portion of it. The content of the narrative is therefore partly representative of the problem presented, and in further explorations I will attempt to take into account theoretical perspectives in other trends related to studies on femininity (gender studies).


Keywords

female crime; criminology; victimization; paternalism; feminism; emancipation

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Published : 2018-02-16


Andraszczyk, W. (2018). The criminal activity of women in selected criminological theories – cultural gender contexts. Polish Journal of Social Rehabilitation, (14), 85-92. https://doi.org/10.22432/pjsr.2017.14.07

Wojciech Andraszczyk 


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