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International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 8 1

The Margins of Criminology: Challenges from a Feminist Epistemological Perspective

Abstract

From Zaffaroni’s proposal for the production of a criminology with a marginal perspective, and based on the contributions of the feminist standpoint theory, this paper examines the limits of critical criminology in Brazil and the likely effect the stabilisation of the binary body–mind is able to produce in critical thinking.

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Pages:34 to 45
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Author Biography

Camila holds a law degree from the Federal University of Paraná (2000), a master's degree in law from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (2003) and a doctorate in criminal law Federal University of Santa Catarina (2012). She is currently an adjunct professor of criminal law at the University of Brasília. Conducts research with a focus on Criminology, History of Law and Criminal Control, Critical Criminal Dogmatics.