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Feminist Criminology

    Feminist Criminology

    Naturally, you want to provide the bibliographical information of the research article first. Place this at the top of the page (center it) and it should contain the following information:
    Name of author(s)
    “Title of Article”
    Title of Journal
    volume: complete number of pages, year of publication
    For Example
    Volkan Topalli. “When being good is bad: An expansion of neutralization theory.”
    Criminology 43:797-827, 2005.
    Now, proceed to summarize the article:
    1. Make sure you describe the focus, purpose, or goal of the article. These should all be the
    same. To make this easier to read, students should probably identify these as headings,
    such as follows.
    Focus, Purpose or Goal of Article
    2. If a sample was used in the research then describe the sample and identify how it was
    collected or selected. If the article is a theoretical piece then there will be no sample and
    if that is the case then simply omit this area.
    Sample
    3. Describe the finding(s) of the research. What was the author(s) able to establish from the
    research should be described, discussed here.
    Findings
    4. What conclusions did the author(s) draw or write in the article? So make this a conclusion
    session which should be different from the findings.
    Conclusion
    5. In your last paragraph (or more if needed) develop a statement (brief discussion) of how
    this article fits into the understanding of the focus of the class, crime profiling. Relate the
    article/research to what we have talked about during this semester, crime profiling.