• Zahraa Alaa Sajte
  • Asst. Prof. Hanaa Hassan Sadkhan Al-Badri


The study aims to understand the nature of women's crimes and the social risks posed by crimes, as well as the social risks posed by women's crimes on society, as well as the factors that led women to commit criminal behavior, in order to identify the mechanisms that can be used to reduce the forms and manifestations of women's crimes. By shining light on a critical issue about the nature of women's crimes and their societal hazards, as well as the circumstances that drove them to conduct criminal activity via their link to certain variables.

This significance stems from the significance of women's roles in society. The gravity of women's crime is mirrored in its impact on the family and society as a whole, given that the family is the fundamental building block of society. The research found that many women's ignorance caused them to engage in illegal action, which is ignorance. In punitive legislation, and the study's findings suggested that women's culture should be encouraged as half of society, with a strong interest in them and a feeling of their social standing.


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Zahraa Alaa Sajte, & Asst. Prof. Hanaa Hassan Sadkhan Al-Badri. (2021). WOMEN’S CRIMES AND SOCIAL RISKS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(09), 1642-1654. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10492