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This article examines how women's crime has been reflected in crime statistics and media crime reporting. We employ a long-term historical perspective, looking at developments from the beginning of the 20th century until the present. We describe the overarching processes that underlie the decline in the gender gap in convictions for theft and violent crime, respectively, at different times during the past century. The study also use a new data set comprised of newspaper articles on women's anddoi:10.1080/2578983x.2019.1657269 fatcat:hkeeyz3r6bau3koug2rgkkdwue