Explain the differences in men and women as both victims and offenders

Explain the differences in men and women as both victims and offenders in terms of deviance and crime. Are the rates of victimization and crime different? What factors lead to those gender differences? How does gender affect treatment in the criminal justice system?

Explain the differences in men and women as both victims and offenders

1. Explain the differences in men and women as both victims and offenders in terms of deviance and crime. Are the rates of victimization and crime different? What factors lead to those gender differences? Also, How does gender affect treatment in the criminal justice system?
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2. Analyze the claim that there are gender differences in academic performance. Furthermore, What factors lead to this gender gap in education? Besides, What are the short-term and long-term effects of the gap?

Lastly, Provide an example of how teacher expectations can impact academic achievement.

Firstly, What is the relationship between gender and crime?

Males were more likely to be murder victims (76.8%). Females were most likely to be victims of domestic homicides (63.7%) and sex-related homicides (81.7%) Males were most likely to be victims of drug-related (90.5%) and gang-related homicides (94.6%).
What is a gendered crime?

A gender crime is a hate crime commit against a specific gender. Specific gender crimes may include some instances of rape, genital mutilation, forced prostitution, and forced pregnancy. Further, gender crimes are commit during arm ed conflict or during times of political upheaval or instability.

Who is most likely to commit a crime?
Gender and biology Males commit more crime overall and more violent crime than females. They commit more property crime except shoplifting, which is about equally distributed between the genders. Moreover, Males appear to be more likely to re-offend.

What is considered a property crime?

Property crime is a category of crime, usually involving private property, that includes, among other crimes, burglary, larceny, theft, motor vehicle theft, arson, shoplifting, and vandalism. When property is destroy, it could be called arson or vandalism.