This chapter provides an overview of developments in feminist criminology in Australia and New Zealand. It considers the field's different feminist epistemological commitments of empiricism, standpointism, and deconstruction. Specifically, it summarises key concepts and foci in feminist criminological research, tracing its longstanding empirical strengths. The chapter documents criticisms of its blind spots and attempts at remedying these shortcomings. In doing so, the author discusses the...[Show more]
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