In this assignment, you will write a 10 page paper applying what you have learned throughout this course. This paper is to be in the correct APA format, which includes a title page, an abstract page, and at least twelve scholarly sources. You must consider all of the following for your paper:
Describe a juvenile sexual offender in detail addressing how multicultural characteristics might influence the behavior as well as perceptions of the behavior by society. (approximately 3–4 pages).
Define all relevant typologies or categories that pertain to your selected juvenile sexual offenders in detail
Identify the statistics for the incident and rate of your selected criminal behavior in the U.S. Evaluate any issue you find with the statistics (i.e., possible issue with underreporting).
Describe the typical perpetrator of a juvenile sexual offender (i.e., in terms of gender, age, race, SES, etc.).
Discuss etiology theories for this particular criminal behavior (approximately 4–6 pages).
Describe the developmental risk factors associated with juvenile sexual offenders.
Describe the biological, social learning, and sociological theories related to juvenile sexual offenders.
Apply at least two historical psychological theories related to juvenile sexual offenders (i.e., psychoanalytical, theories of aggression, etc.).
Describe prevention, intervention, and treatment of the typical perpetrator for juvenile sexual offenders (approximately 3–4 pages).
Describe current prevention, intervention, and treatment associated with juvenile sexual offenders.
Discuss specific modalities (i.e., group treatment, individual treatment, social programs, etc.) and types of treatment (i.e., cognitive behavioral, empathy training, anger management, etc.).
Identify statistics related to treatment success and recidivism rates for juvenile sexual offenders.
Conclude your paper with a brief overview of your main points and discuss areas for future research (approximately 1 page).
Summarize the main points discussed in your paper.
Discuss what is needed in terms of future research (i.e., more research on risk factors, etiology or more research on better treatment, etc.).