Feminist Theories & Developmental Theories

Watch both videos and answer the questions SEPARATELY per video. Also respond, to two students. I will put the student’s responses in a separate attachment.

Discussion 19 – Feminist Theories

DIRECTIONS:
Choose two questions to answer from the list below. Please refer to How to Answer Homework Questions on Blackboard, under Course Resources, if you are not sure how to answer a question. Copy the full question and its question number, paste it into your reply, and answer the question. 
After you have posted your answers, reply to two of your classmates responses to questions you didnt answer. Indicate who you are replying to by putting this kind of subject in the reply subject line: Replying to John Estevez on Question 8. 
Your reply must do one of three things: Add information that was left out of the original answerCorrect incorrect information in the original answerConnect the original answer to another course topic or a current event
Answers and replies are graded on a complete/incomplete basis. Complete answers will follow the guidelines set out in How to Answer Homework Questions. Complete replies will add something substantial to the discussion. (Responses like Yes, No, or I agree are not complete responses.) 
1. Define bad girl femininity. 2. List the main questions about gender and crime that have been raised by feminist theorists.3. List the three criticisms of the liberation thesis.4. List at least three problems caused by patriarchy for women. 5. Describe the feminist theoretical split. 6. Describe how men do gender, according to Messerschmidt, and how this is related to criminal behavior. 7. Explain why criminology began to study the criminal behavior of women. 8. Explain the relationship of class and race to the performance of masculinity. 9. Give an example of how we might gender differential association theory.10. Give an example of how we might gender strain theory. 11. Give an example of how we might gender control theory. 12. Compare and contrast liberation theory and radical feminism. 13. Why is this lesson important or significant in todays world?14. What solutions would you suggest for the issues caused by patriarchy? 15. Do you agree criminal behavior is closely linked to definitions of masculinity? Why or why not?16. What is the most important thing you learned from this lecture?

Discussion 21 – Developmental Theories

DIRECTIONS:
Choose two questions to answer from the list below. Please refer to How to Answer Homework Questions on Blackboard, under Course Resources, if you are not sure how to answer a question. Copy the full question and its question number, paste it into your reply, and answer the question. 
After you have posted your answers, reply to two of your classmates responses to questions you didnt answer. Indicate who you are replying to by putting this kind of subject in the reply subject line: Replying to John Estevez on Question 8. 
Your reply must do one of three things: Add information that was left out of the original answerCorrect incorrect information in the original answerConnect the original answer to another course topic or a current event
Answers and replies are graded on a complete/incomplete basis. Complete answers will follow the guidelines set out in How to Answer Homework Questions. Complete replies will add something substantial to the discussion. (Responses like Yes, No, or I agree are not complete responses.) 
1. Define life course, ties, trajectories, and turning points. 2. Define the age-crime curve, the juvenile crime paradox, the life-course persistent offender, the adolescence-limited offender, and the low-level chronic. 3. List the known symptoms we find among imprisoned men. 4. List the deficiencies Moffitt identifies in male prison populations. 5. List the characteristics of the life-course persistent offender. 6. List the characteristics of the adolescence-limited offender. 7. List the characteristics of the low-level chronic.8. List the six concepts Thornberry uses to explain criminal offending. 9. Describe Moffits explanation for the majority of crimes committed. 10. Describe the grand trifecta of criminality. 11. Explain Thornberrys theory of interaction explaining criminal offending. 12. Compare and contrast life-course persistent offenders with adolescence-limited offenders. 13. Compare and contrast middle adolescents and later adolescents as described by Thornberry. 14. What is the most important thing you learned from this lecture?

videos: https://youtu.be/Oafh9UZKsCk  https://youtu.be/vYFCRnUKh-g