39. 'The Impact of Feminist Thinking on Criminal Law and Justice: Contradiction, Complexity, Conviction and Connection'

Celia K Wells

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Abstract

Assesses the changing attitudes to women in relation to crime and criminology over the past 50 years and the contributions made by feminist writers in recent years. Looks at the current policy initiatives on domestic violence. Focuses on the cases of Sally Clark and Angela Canning, both involving the unexplained deaths of more than one child, as an illustration of the complex interrelationship between feminist thinking and the criminal justice system.
Translated title of the contribution39. 'The Impact of Feminist Thinking on Criminal Law and Justice: Contradiction, Complexity, Conviction and Connection'
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)503 - 515
JournalCrim LR
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Bibliographical note

Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell

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