Are Women More Law Abiding Than Men?

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Topics: Crime, Female, Boy, Male, Girl, Gender
The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), Wednesday 26 April 1967, page 4, 5

WOMEN

ARE

REALLY

YES, there is in ¡ail

very few women

are

that because the average woman

opportunities for crime than the could it

discovered

.

.

.

AND,

offenders

National Library of Australia

are

BUT

.

..

has fewer

man?

be thal fewer crimes by

THE

.

women

,

.

OR are of those discovered, fewer

taken to court?

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