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Criminology has not done very well at explaining why some societies, some periods
This paper attempts to locate changes in young people's involvement in crime, and thepolicing of young people, within the context of a changing political economy and thebroken transitions experienced by a significant proportion of young men and youngwomen. It begins by significant proportion of...
Infanticide is an important and historically prevalent crime. It is also a “female”crime. The challenge for feminist criminological theory is to account for infanticidewithout falling into the trap of “essentialising” the offence and itsperpetrators.Two current broad feminist theoretical...
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