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Adolescent Sexual Offenders Residential Treatment Program
A proposal for developing an effective adolescent sexual offenders residential treatment.
# 105629 | 6,010 words | 6 sources | APA | 2008 | US


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Description:

This paper explains that the author proposes to design an inpatient adolescent sexual offender treatment program where treatment groups are separated according to their respective personality types, as measured by the Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI). The paper stresses that the purpose of such a program would be to reduce the recidivism rates of juvenile sexual offenders and decrease their probability of becoming adult offenders. The findings of the presented literature review indicate that specific factors used in assessment, including biopsychosocial and biological with mediating and causal influences, can be linked to rates of recidivism among adolescent sexual abusers, thereby, supporting the proposed treatment program.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Background of the Study
Objectives and Purpose
Methodology
Importance of the Research
Literature Review
Summary of the Literature Reviewed
Findings

From the Paper:

"Stated as the ninth misconception is that ASOs have other serious disorders of a psychological nature however the opposite is true because the majority of ASOs do not have serious large psychological problems but of those that do have serious psychological problems experience depression, learning disabilities, and conduct disorders, all of which should be addressed at the time of treatment. The tenth stated misconception is that ASOs should not attend public schools however, many of the ASOs are able to attend public schools and participate in then normal activities of adolescents."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Chaffin, Mark; Bonner, Barbara; and Pierce, Keri (2002) What Research Shows About Adolescent Sex Offenders. American Prosecutors Research Institute. National District Attorney Association. Online available at: http://www.ndaa.org/publications/newsletters/in_re_volume_5_number_2_2002.html
  • Adolescent Sex Offenders: Common Misconceptions vs. Current Evidence (2003) National Center on Sexual Behavior of Youth. No. 3 July 2003. NCSBY Fact Sheet. Online available at: http://www.ncsby.org/pages/publications/ASO%20Common%20Misconception%20vs%20Current%20Evidence.pdf
  • Pratt, H.D. et al (2001) Adolescent Sexual Offenders: Issues for Pediatricians. Adolescent Sexual Offenders. Online available at: http://int-pediatrics.org/PDF/Volume%2016/16-2/greydanus.pdf
  • Parks, Gregory (2006) Risk Factors for Recidivism Among Adolescent Offenders. Online available at: http://www.atsa.com/pdfs/Parks_Abstract.pdf
  • Ryan, G.; Lane, S. Davis, J. and Isaac, C. ( ) Adolescent Sex Offenders Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect - International. Online available at: http://www.hopefs.org/Behavior/juvenilesexoffenders.html

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APA Format

Adolescent Sexual Offenders Residential Treatment Program (2008, July 13) Retrieved November 27, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/adolescent-sexual-offenders-residential-treatment-program-105629/

MLA Format

"Adolescent Sexual Offenders Residential Treatment Program" 13 July 2008. Web. 27 November. 2022. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/adolescent-sexual-offenders-residential-treatment-program-105629/>

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