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University of Essex, (2005) Witchcraft and Masculinities in the Early Modern World; http://www.essex.ac.uk/history/witchcraft-conference/conferencehomepage.shtm

Table 2 shows that 77.36% of female witches were working independently38 and only 4.4% of female witches worked with men. In comparison, 44.44% of male witches worked independently and 44.44% had female accomplices. Could these percentages be interpreted that contemporary people viewed English witchcraft as a crime that was mainly perpetrated by women working alone and if a witch was male then he would possibly have a (female) accomplice? If this was the case then this evidence would bear weight to an argument that witchcraft in England was viewed as a female crime and by women's ability to "manipulate" males into joining their "craft" then witchcraft was a very strong form of female power.

Male witches relationship to others

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