Discuss female homicide against their husband from the standpoint of female behaviour
The rate of crime in society has been on the increase with many people losing their lives through violently. Studies have also shown that a significant percentage of all homicide committed in the community is done by relatives or friends of the victim with many husbands being killed by their wives (Ireland & Mallicoat, 2016). The numbers of women killing their wives in cold blood have been on the increasing promoting sociologists and criminologists to start researching on why women may be forced to murder their husbands.
Research has shown that many women who commit these murders usually are victims of abuse by their husbands, and they typically result in killing to protect themselves and their children from their abusive husband and father. Women that have been abused mentally, psychologically, and sexually reach a point where they snap, and they feel that the only way they can be free from their abusing husbands is only by killing them and bring an end to their suffering.
Examine evidence of the disparate impact of the death penalty in the United States on male and female offenders.
The death penalty is one of the punishment and deterrent methods used in the American Criminal Justice System to punish criminals and deter others from committing capital offences. However, research has shown that there is clear disparity on how the Criminal Justice System in the United States imposes the death penalty when a man or a woman commits the capital crime (Pasko & Chesney-Lind, 2015). Statistics shows that men are more likely to receive the death penalty for capital crimes unlike women who may receive alternative punishment. For example, a man who has killed their wife in cold blood is more likely to receive the death penalty as opposed to life imprisonment which is the most likely punishment a women who has committed the same crime would receive.
Ireland, C., & Mallicoat, M. (2016). Women and Crime. Chicago, IL: SAGE
Pasko, L., & Chesney-Lind, M. (2015). The Female Offender: Girls, Women and Crime.
Chicago, IL: SAGE
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