Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America MOBI

Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America MOBI


Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America ❮Epub❯ ➣ Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America ➢ Author June Stephenson – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This provocative and entertaining yet totally fact based look at the cost of crimes in this country the majority of which are committed by men uses documented statistics and numerous anecdotes to prov This Not Cost Effective Male PDF \ provocative and entertaining yet totally fact based Not Cost PDF ✓ look at the cost of crimes in this country the majority of which are committed by men uses documented statistics and numerous anecdotes to provide insight into the problem of why so many boys grow up to be criminals and what can be done about it.

  • Paperback
  • 374 pages
  • Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America
  • June Stephenson
  • English
  • 13 October 2014
  • 9780060950989

10 thoughts on “Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America

  1. Michelle Gudin Michelle Gudin says:

    Holy shit was this book exhausting Even when I realized the author’s game of endlessly listing crimes committed by men as page fillers even when I skipped about 200 pages to get to the “conclusion” my mind was running like a hamster in a wheel Seriously The only thing this book left me was dizzy Starting out coherent enough or maybe I was just young and naive at the start of my reading the author gives statistics and facts possible contributors to male crime She presents problems I expected her to solve by the end of this Okay I am ready to have my mind expanded Then she gets to THE CRIME Murder Bold start Okay men murder than women Okay she’s still just telling me about murders Oh this chapter is over The next chapter White Collar Crime is where my heart filled with dread and I flipped through the book to confirm that the next 13 chapters were all named after categories of crime I now see I could have used the table of contents Using my deductive reasoning based on the fact that both the Murder chapter and White Collar Crime chapter I admit I didn’t finish this chapter were just lists in paragraph form I skipped alllll the way to the final chapter ambitiously named Conclusion And it was a conclusion in the sense that it was the final chapter of the book In the sense of bringing the book to a final point explaining why she had tortured her readers for hundreds of pages? Not so much I’m not too proud to admit I have no idea what the fuck the author was going on about The SL scandal this the SL scandal that Males be like this; females be like THIS What was the point of this book? What can the reader take away from it? Personally I learned to give than a cursory glance at a provocatively titled book I find on the Goodwill shelf I have never burned a book and I cannot in good conscience return this book to a thrift store or free library to potentially ensnare another unfortunate soul So it sits on my bookshelf guarded and unable to spread its curse A burden that weighs heavily on me but one which I must bear What weighs on me heaviest of all is knowing that I cannot rest even in death that my soul must remain on earth to ensure this book is never opened again

  2. Caspere Caspere says:

    When I was younger I was talking with friends and we were discussing the idea that there are descriptions of people and there are people that describe You can say that your friend fill in the blank is a very kind peaceful personBut if someone were to then ask you what you mean by kind and peaceful you would respond that Ghandi and I don't know the Dalai Lama were the examples of kindness and peacefulnessThis book is the very description of a completely asinine hyperbolic feminine rant on perceived victimization This is not to say that there isn't a staggeringly gross disregard for the woman in our 21st century American hyper capitalist society However every single woman that I have ever spoken to about this book is embarrassed by its premise as well as the appalling lack of solid academic scholarshipThe only explaination I can conjure for this disappoinment to humanity is that they must have a stack of PhDs sitting on a table next to a vending machine in some student union where anyone walking past is than welcome to pick up and utilize for any purpose imaginableThey may be used for paper airplanes paper pirate hats those little hand toys that decide both your favorite color as well as who you will marry or you can do like Dr June Stephenson and use that MadLib version of accreditation to gain influence and publish a manifesto that sounds as if it were written by an angry 19 year old on her livejournal accountI recommend it merely for its sheer insanityI would give it zero stars if possible but I can justify one star to acocunt for her achievement of becoming the definition of asinine acedemic gone amuckThe saddest part is no one stopped her

  3. Jeremiah Jeremiah says:

    The title and back cover made this sound like it was going to be at least somewhat facetious It's not Instead we get a long description of everything evil thing men do followed by a few pages on how a tax on men would work I'm presenting it to my classes as an example of bad writing

  4. Peg Tittle Peg Tittle says:

    Excellent Read it LONG ago and it has stuck with me It grows and relevant and and right

  5. Christy Christy says:

    Idk

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10 thoughts on “Men Are Not Cost Effective Male Crime in America

  1. Michelle Gudin Michelle Gudin says:

    Holy shit was this book exhausting Even when I realized the author’s game of endlessly listing crimes committed by men as page fillers even when I skipped about 200 pages to get to the “conclusion” my mind was running like a hamster in a wheel Seriously The only thing this book left me was dizzy Starting out coherent enough or maybe I was just young and naive at the start of my reading the author gives statistics and facts possible contributors to male crime She presents problems I expected her to solve by the end of this Okay I am ready to have my mind expanded Then she gets to THE CRIME Murder Bold start Okay men murder than women Okay she’s still just telling me about murders Oh this chapter is over The next chapter White Collar Crime is where my heart filled with dread and I flipped through the book to confirm that the next 13 chapters were all named after categories of crime I now see I could have used the table of contents Using my deductive reasoning based on the fact that both the Murder chapter and White Collar Crime chapter I admit I didn’t finish this chapter were just lists in paragraph form I skipped alllll the way to the final chapter ambitiously named Conclusion And it was a conclusion in the sense that it was the final chapter of the book In the sense of bringing the book to a final point explaining why she had tortured her readers for hundreds of pages? Not so much I’m not too proud to admit I have no idea what the fuck the author was going on about The SL scandal this the SL scandal that Males be like this; females be like THIS What was the point of this book? What can the reader take away from it? Personally I learned to give than a cursory glance at a provocatively titled book I find on the Goodwill shelf I have never burned a book and I cannot in good conscience return this book to a thrift store or free library to potentially ensnare another unfortunate soul So it sits on my bookshelf guarded and unable to spread its curse A burden that weighs heavily on me but one which I must bear What weighs on me heaviest of all is knowing that I cannot rest even in death that my soul must remain on earth to ensure this book is never opened again

  2. Caspere Caspere says:

    When I was younger I was talking with friends and we were discussing the idea that there are descriptions of people and there are people that describe You can say that your friend fill in the blank is a very kind peaceful personBut if someone were to then ask you what you mean by kind and peaceful you would respond that Ghandi and I don't know the Dalai Lama were the examples of kindness and peacefulnessThis book is the very description of a completely asinine hyperbolic feminine rant on perceived victimization This is not to say that there isn't a staggeringly gross disregard for the woman in our 21st century American hyper capitalist society However every single woman that I have ever spoken to about this book is embarrassed by its premise as well as the appalling lack of solid academic scholarshipThe only explaination I can conjure for this disappoinment to humanity is that they must have a stack of PhDs sitting on a table next to a vending machine in some student union where anyone walking past is than welcome to pick up and utilize for any purpose imaginableThey may be used for paper airplanes paper pirate hats those little hand toys that decide both your favorite color as well as who you will marry or you can do like Dr June Stephenson and use that MadLib version of accreditation to gain influence and publish a manifesto that sounds as if it were written by an angry 19 year old on her livejournal accountI recommend it merely for its sheer insanityI would give it zero stars if possible but I can justify one star to acocunt for her achievement of becoming the definition of asinine acedemic gone amuckThe saddest part is no one stopped her

  3. Jeremiah Jeremiah says:

    The title and back cover made this sound like it was going to be at least somewhat facetious It's not Instead we get a long description of everything evil thing men do followed by a few pages on how a tax on men would work I'm presenting it to my classes as an example of bad writing

  4. Peg Tittle Peg Tittle says:

    Excellent Read it LONG ago and it has stuck with me It grows and relevant and and right

  5. Christy Christy says:

    Idk

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