Crime and Gender 1. Using your own words

Crime and Gender 1. Using your own words

Crime and Gender 1. Using your own words and your notes, define this weeks keyconcepts 2. If you are finished: using your home learning knowledge, suggest reasons why men are more likely to take drugs than women? Key Concepts: Social control Chivalry thesis Gender socialisation I can. explain the relationship between crime and gender.

analyse the reason for womens increasing.involvement in crime. Gender and Crime What is gender? Explain what sociologists mean by the term gender (4 marks) Recap: how do we answer this type of question? 4 Mark Explain Question Explain what sociologists mean by the term gender.

Sociologists explain gender as. . . Mark Scheme Explain Give a developed definition, making it clear how it is used in the context of education 1

Basic statements about gender 2-3 Partial or undeveloped explanation possibly via an example 4 Clear explanation that shows clearly how gender is different from sex

4 marks= a developed answer 4 min Gender and Crime Key Questions Think of 3 examples of questions sociologists would ask in relation to crime and gender - note them down 1. Why have men historically committed more crime than women? 2. Why is crime committed by females increasing?

3. Are men and women treated equally by the law? Discuss how far sociologists would agree that females are less likely to commit crimes than men (12 marks) Gender and Crime Key Trends Analyse the graphs and then explain the trends Where would you refer to the trends in your essay? Gender and Crime

Discuss how far sociologists would agree that females are less likely to commit crimes than men (12 marks) Draw in your books - take up a whole A4 page Add information in as we complete todays activities For Against Gender and Crime Why historically have men committed more crime than women?

1. According to the young men, what defines a man? 2. How might this have been the result of gender socialisation? 3. How do you think the young men are influenced by the absence of their fathers? Link to Gender and Crime

Why historically have men committed more crime than women? Quick check questions: 1. When does gender socialisation occur? 2. How does it impact the crime rate in relation to gender? 3. Why do men have more opportunity to commit crime? Challenge: How might a psychologist and biologist explain the gender trends in crime? Now- add the reasons to your table Gender and Crime

Why is crime committed by females increasing? T-P-S Why might women be underrepresented in crime statistics? Crimes women commit are less likely to be reported Women are better at concealing the evidence Gender bias by employees of CJS more likely to let women off and not record the crime Gender and Crime

Why is crime committed by females increasing? What does Joan Garrod (2007) say? How would Marxists and Feminists explain an increase in crime by women? Gender and Crime Are men and women treated equally under the law?

How has my social conditioning led to me treating men and women differently? 1. Summarise what the chivalry thesis is 2. How does this fit on to your table? Gender and Crime

Are men and women treated equally under the law? BUT When are women actually treated more harshly? 1. List crimes where women may be treated more harshly 2. Why might this be the case? Challenge: article Vanessa George was jailed in 2009 for sexually abusing women in the nursery where she worked

Gender and Crime Key Questions Can you answer these key questions? Have a go on 3 post it notes, closed book 1. Why have men historically committed more crime than women? 2. Why is crime committed by females increasing? 3. Are men and women treated equally by the law? Gender and Crime Joint Essay Writing Discuss how far sociologists would agree that

females are less likely to commit crimes than men (12 marks) In pairs, plan and write an essay to the above question in your purple books Remember to use the literacy mat and planning sheet!!! Gender and Crime Plenary Hot Seat HOT SEATING Write down 3 questions you could ask someone on the hot seat in your book

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