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Essay: Sociological Perspectives of the Conflict Theory of Feminism
Feminist perspectives moved the emphasis of criminology towards issues of gender. The feminist theory of crime argues that society is patriarchal and the control of women by men discourages female deviance. Sociologists in the past have paid little attention to female deviance, instead tending to focus on male deviance. Feminists also point out that female victimization was ignored due to the invisibility of women, identified by Newborn.
Reincarnation , also known as rebirth or transmigration , is the philosophical or religious belief that the non-physical essence of a living being begins a new life in a different physical form or body after biological death. In most beliefs involving reincarnation, the soul is seen as immortal and the only thing that becomes perishable is the body. Upon death, the soul becomes transmigrated into a new infant or animal to live again. The term transmigration means passing of soul from another body to another after-death.