Criminology: how the feminist perspective has influenced Canadian laws and lawmakers No one can dispute that the feminist perspective has influenced Canadian laws and lawmakers in recent decades. The following paper will look at how the feminist perspective has resulted in a new orientation within Canadian law that does favour feminist stances and concerns. The paper pays particular attention to how feminists have forced a re-evaluation of inequalities in such areas as sexual expression (though our text book does not elaborate), in the realm of reproductive rights, and in the realm of sexual harassment and sex-related offences. The paper also explores how the feminist perspective has forced attention upon male violence against women and...The end:
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