Victimisation

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1. How do femininists think we should study the victimisation of women?

  • Transgressive criminology by Smart & Cain - New criminology just for women, go beyond boundaries, how females harmed by various activities, stay in at night as fear of crime, domestic violence, treated by law in **** cases
  • Transgressive criminology by Smart - New criminology just for women, go beyond boundaries, how females harmed by various activities, stay in at night as fear of crime, domestic violence, treated by law in **** cases
  • Transgressive criminology by Cain - New criminology just for women, go beyond boundaries, how females harmed by various activities, stay in at night as fear of crime, domestic violence, treated by law in **** cases
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2. How are feminist victim surveys conducted?

  • Usually produce qualitative data on female victims of male crimes, focus on domestic violence
  • Usually produce qualitative data on female victims of male crimes, focus on domestic violence & sexual attacks
  • Usually produce quantitative data on female victims of male crimes, focus on domestic violence & sexual attacks

3. What did the CSEW find out about the impact of crime on people?

  • Worried about crime - men 21% women 8% (twice as liekly), peak age - women 16-24yrs old (28%), Fear of crime has impact on life - 2/5ths women men 1/3rd for moderate of high impact on quality of life
  • Worried about crime - women 21% men 8% (twice as liekly), peak age - women 16-24yrs old (28%), Fear of crime has impact on life - 2/5ths women men 1/3rd for moderate of high impact on quality of life
  • Worried about crime - women 21% men 8% (twice as liekly), peak age - women 16-24yrs old (28%), Fear of crime has impact on life - 2/5ths men women 1/3rd for moderate of high impact on quality of life

4. Which crime survey provides evidence that supports the victimisation of young people?

  • The Crime & Justice Survey 2010
  • The Crime & Justice Survey 2003
  • The Crime Survey 2003

5. What do Left Realists think about victimisation of the inner-city poor?

  • Suggest that all crime surveys neglect concentration of crime in inner cities & deprieved council estates
  • Suggest that official crime surveys neglect concentration of crime in inner cities & deprieved council estates
  • Suggest that official crime surveys over-exaggerate concentration of crime in inner cities & deprieved council estates

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