THE WOMEN OFFENDER FROM ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY AS A CRIMINOGENIC NEEDS TO CRIMINAL RECIDIVISM
Criminality is a form of a woman's personality disorder, which is the basis of theories that postulate the antisocial nature of the criminal, which refers to her repeated criminal activities, which makes her in constant conflict with society. Ostensibly, for their behaviour and all these features make them close to arrogance and arrogance, which facilitates their falling, prey to the law, and thus their arrest. From this point of view, it is not possible to ignore the personality of the criminal woman, which is characterized by an anti-social perception, an anti-social thinking style with impulsiveness and negative attitudes towards the law, and the pursuit of pleasure, which enhances her participation in criminal activities as a kind of criminal needs as dynamic risk factors that contribute significantly to recidivism. The study includes revealing the relationship of the anti-social personality as needs criminogenic with the phenomenon of criminal recidivism among the offender woman, in order to predict the danger and danger of anti-social behavior. The study included an introduction, two chapters and a conclusion. The researcher concluded with a set of results and recommendations. The most important of these results were that the anti-social personality of the offender woman is related to her risk recidivism to crime as one of the needs criminogenic that is related to criminal behaviour and its recurrence.
Keywords: Antisocial Personality, Offender Woman, Criminal Recidivism.