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EXPLORING WOMEN INVOLVEMENT IN CRIMES IN PAKISTAN
The present research focuses on exploring the etiology of female involvement in crimes and its effects on their family during imprisonment. Every crime adds in wretchedness to the world. The female crimes go past human observation as females are seen as pure and accommodating creature of God; loaded with adoration and joy. This examination conversely features the appalling side of female criminality in Punjab Pakistan; particularly studying the cases of those females who were convicted of murder. The in-hand research is intended to clarify that socio-economic and cultural factors i.e. low level of education, economical dependency and patriarchal system are the dragging factors which force the women to commit crimes in Pakistan. The study depicts how anger builds up in simple females with no criminal background which has led them to commit such cold blooded murders. The present research was based on the in-depth interviews conducted by the researcher herself from female convicted of murderers from five major jails of Punjab, Pakistan. Case studies were developed on each individual case and results were drawn through thematic analysis.
Keywords: Female incarcerations, etiology of crimes, effects of imprisonment, case study design, thematic analysis