This is the first book to explore coercion as a pathway into crime for co offending women using newspaper articles and case and court files it analyses four cases of women co accused of a crime with their partner who suggested that coercive techniques had influenced their involvement in the offending. There is a growing body of literature which supports the claim that women follow distinct and often gendered pathways into crime daly 1994 belknap and holsinger 2006 some of which are defined by their co offending with a male partner. Bucher fremdsprachig wahlen sie die abteilung aus in der sie suchen mochten. This publication explores the legal media and social constructions of coercion as a pathway into crime for some co offending women coercion has been increasingly acknowledged as a pathway into crime for female offenders particularly those whose relationship with their male partner co offender is characterised by abuse control and or . Coercion and women co offenders a gendered pathway into crime shorts research charlotte barlow on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this is the first book to study the role coercion plays as a pathway into crime for women who are arrested alongside other defendants drawing on court files and newspaper accounts
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