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Gender and Crime, 1815-1834

@inproceedings{Tatlock2010GenderAC,
  title={Gender and Crime, 1815-1834},
  author={Julie C. Tatlock},
  year={2010}
}
GENDER AND CRIME, 1815-1834 Julie C. Tatlock, B.S., M.A. Marquette University, 2010 The years between 1815 and 1834 marked a transition from the Age of Napoleon to the Age of Victoria. England experienced a period of civil strife and economic fluctuations. London was in the midst of industrialization and urban growth. These changes affected all classes of society and their effects impacted views of crime and justice. This study focuses on the Old Bailey, London’s central court. Its intent is to… 

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