Feminist Theories in Criminology and the Application to Cybercrimes

  • Alison J. MarganskiEmail author
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Feminist theories and perspectives place gender at the center of discourse and analysis. This chapter examines feminist theories and perspectives in the field of criminology. Basic concepts/content central to such studies (e.g., sex, gender, “doing gender,” intersectionality) are reviewed, and the development of feminist work and social movements as related to crime is discussed. The chapter follows with an overview of various feminist theories and articulates principles of each, along with how they have enriched criminological thought. The chapter subsequently highlights the application of feminist theories to technologically-perpetrated and technologically-facilitated crimes including “revenge pornography” and image-based abuse, online harassment and e-bile, hacking and hacktivism, and hate crime transgressions. By studying sex, gender, and power dynamics, in combination with other micro- and macro-level factors, a more holistic understanding of various offenses is offered. Importantly, the chapter also draws attention to how feminist thought shapes implications for research and practice. It closes by emphasizing the need for integrating feminist theories and frameworks into mainstream criminology to continue advancing what we know about victimization, offending, and practice.


Feminist theory Feminism Gender and crime Gender violence Inequality 


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