Women and Crime
Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, Jan 1, 2003 - 626 pages
Of Late, Despite Taking Several Steps To Strengthen The Legal Framework For Providing Protection To Women, The Position Of Women In The Society Is Not Exactly What It Should Be. In The Social And Cultural Fields Where They Were Supposed To Be The Leaders, They Have Gradually Lost Their Position, Whereas, In The Economic Field They Have Not Been Given Any Position At All And Are Entirely At The Mercy Of The Male Society. As A Class, They Have Come To Occupy A Secondary Position In All Walks Of Life, Individual Exceptions Notwithstanding. They Are Abused, Misused And Exploited For Male Pleasure, For Satisfying Male Ego And For The Advancement Of Individual And Even National And International Interests. What Is Most Degrading For Women Is That They Are Subjected To Harsh Cruelties And Atrocities As A Class.This Multi-Disciplinary Study Intends To Portray The Entire Picture Of Women And Crime In A Coherent Way. Attempt Are Made To Bring Together Authoritative Information Collated From Diverse Sources. Various Vital Issues Have Be Explained In The Light Of Case Studies And Law Suits And Judgment Thereon The World Over. Certainly, This Analytic Description Will Give New Insight To The Readers.
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