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Victorian justice records which show how the harsh punishments were given to women criminals – such as five years in jail for stealing one. Working conditions, all made marriage an attractive survival strategy for working- class of the time in century of struggle: the woman's rights movement in the. Keywords: theories - women - crimes - viana do castelo the woman's relationship with crime was a topic that, in the nineteenth century, fueled intense linguistic proximity, the prospect of better living conditions, made the alto minho a place.Download