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The Gender of Crime introduces students to how gender shapes our understanding of crime. This dynamic and provocative book shows that gender is central to the prosecution, conviction, and sentencing of crimes and exposes problems and inequalities that arise. The book also discusses the intersection of race, class, and gender on crime and introduces students to key concepts through compelling examples.
Dana M. Britton is professor of sociology at Kansas State University and editor of the journal Gender Society.
Table of Contents
|A Gender Lens on Criminology||p. 1|
|Gender and Criminal Offending||p. 23|
|Gender and the Criminal Justice System||p. 53|
|Gender and Crime Victimization||p. 81|
|Gender and Work in the Criminal Justice System||p. 109|
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