By Bill Pronzini
Invoice Pronzini’s anonymous detective has a cause to have fun. He bought his inner most investigator’s license again and a brand new task at the comparable day. Arleen Bradford desires him to find her estranged father who’s been a hobo driving the rails for your time. The family’s come into a few cash and Arleen thinks her father must have his percentage. Her sister, Hannah, disagrees and attempts to cajole anonymous to not search for him. yet Arleen’s a paying shopper and her intentions seem to be extra honorable than her sister’s. Complicating Nameless’ existence is a request from an previous police good friend, now out of labor, to turn into Nameless’ accomplice, anything anonymous isn’t convinced may paintings.
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A Gender Lens on Criminology 21 Social phenomena, like crime, may also be gendered. Crime (or victimization, or work in the criminal justice system) is gendered to the extent that it draws on and reproduces existing assumptions about masculinity and femininity. For example, for some men, violent crime can serve as an avenue for proving masculinity. Diana Scully (Scully and Marolla 1985; Scully 1994) found that many of the convicted rapists she interviewed saw raping women as a conquest, the ultimate confirmation of their masculinity.
With the advent of the women’s movement the situation could be expected to change, however: If one assumes that the changes in women’s roles, in their perceptions of self, and in their desire for expanded horizons that began in the latter part of the sixties will not be abated . . then we would expect that one of the major byproducts of the women’s movement will be a higher proportion of women who pursue careers in crime. (Simon 1975, 1) Adler believed that women would inevitably become more violent as they began to take on men’s social and political roles.
Exactly the same percentage increase in rates requires that almost eight times as many men would have to be arrested as women. This demonstrates a basic mathematical fact about comparing percentage changes for vastly different base numbers: because women’s initial arrest rates are so low, a very small increase in numbers produces a very large percentage change. We should thus always be wary of comparisons of the percentage change in men’s and women’s arrest rates (and, as we shall see in chapter 3, incarceration rates).