What is feminism and how does it criticize mainstream criminology?

Tasks 1 – Annotated Bibliography-Why did feminists wanted to abandon criminology and what did they end up doing?

The components of assessment for this module are both connected. You are required to compile an annotated bibliography on 1 question from the list of questions provided (500 words).

You annotated bibliography should be clearly marked and should include a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Unlike an abstract, which is a purely descriptive summary, often found at the beginning of scholarly journal articles or in periodical indexes, the purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. Therefore, each citation should be followed by a brief (usually about 100 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph: the annotation. Annotations are descriptive and critical; they expose the author’s point of view, clarity and appropriateness of expression, and authority.
Task 2 – Essay
You are required to write a formal academic essay (2000 words) in compliance with conventions of citation and referencing. In support of understanding the relevance of the latter, students are also asked to produce an indicative bibliography in which the significance of key sources to the essay are briefly accounted for.

Essay Instructions:
• Essays must be approximately 2,000 words. The word limit does not include bibliography. Key arguments must be developed in the body of the essay.
• The essay must draw from course materials (i.e. required course readings) as well as your own independent research.
• The essay must be properly referenced, using a consistent academic referencing style (e.g. Harvard Style) and must include a bibliography. Please include specific page numbers for all in-text or footnoted references. Failure to properly reference will result in mark deductions and can result in referral to the academic misconduct committee. For further information, see section on ‘Referencing & Good Academic Practice’ below.
• The essay must have a clear introduction, overall argument and conclusion. The essay should not simply summarise reading materials, but needs to incorporate your own critical analysis and argumentation.
• The overall argument needs to be supported by examples and evidence. For general essay writing tips, referencing information and other skills resources please attend all the relevant seminars).
• Essays should be typed and double-spaced.

Type of service: Academic paper writing

Type of assignment: Writing from scratch

Subject: history

Pages / words: 5 / 1400

Number of sources: 2

Academic level: Undergraduate

Paper format: APA

Line spacing: Double

Language style: US English

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