Project #56815 - Explain critical theory and feminist theory. •Describe feminist criticism of other theories of crime as being developed to ex

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Textbooks:

Lilly, R. J. (2011). Criminological theory: Contexts and consequences (5th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. ISBN-13: 978-1-4129-8145-3

 

Read chapters 9 and 10

Topic: Explain critical theory and feminist theory.

•Describe feminist criticism of other theories of crime as being developed to explain only male crime.

•Identify issues related to female offending.

•Identify major theorists.

 

 

You will complete a critical analysis and reflection. This written exercise must be in APA style and format, a minimum of 1000 words in length excluding the abstract. When writing your papers, think in terms of providing a critical overview of the reading, identifying and highlighting the significant facts revealed, and closing with your own well-reasoned and informed scholarly deduced conclusion(s). Keep in mind the required 1000 words without the Abstract is the minimum requirement for average performance relative to the wording volume. Refer to the syllabus for more detailed instructions.

 

The Written Exercise consists of a critical analysis of any one of the modules required reading. You are required to complete all assigned readings, but you may select and address one chapter in your written exercise. Each Written Exercise critique must be full APA style and format, a minimum of 1000 words in length excluding the Abstract. When writing your papers, think in terms of providing a critical overview of the reading, identifying and highlighting the significant facts revealed, and closing with your own well-reasoned and informed scholarly deduced conclusion(s). Keep in mind the required 1000 words without the Abstract is the minimum requirement for average performance relative to the wording volume.

All Written Exercises are due on the Sunday of respective modules by 11:59 PM EST/EDT via the course Dropbox. (The Dropbox baskets are linked to Turnitin.) 

Each Written Exercise is worth a maximum of 20 points for a possible total of 100 points or 25% of the final grade for five modules combined.

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