3 edition of Juvenile sexual aggression found in the catalog.
Juvenile sexual aggression
Mark R. Weinrott
|Statement||Mark R. Weinrottt.|
|Contributions||University of Colorado, Boulder. Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence.|
|LC Classifications||HV9067.S48 W45 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||96622358|
In press. Sexually abusive behavior is differentiated from developmentally normative behaviors and it is important to be aware of both normative sexual development and general adolescent development. To minimize negative effects associated with out of home and residential settings e. Personality disorders and traits[ edit ] The last propensity model of sexual violence views the perpetrators of sexual violence through 3 lenses of different personality traits, with interpersonal functioning being the most important factor in whether a person will have a higher propensity for sexual violence.
There remain areas in need of change. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 11, Clinical assessments should be comprehensive and may include careful record review, clinical interviewing, screening for co-occurring psychiatric disorders, and the administration of both specialized psychometric instruments designed to assess sexual attitudes and interests, as well as those related to more global personality adjustment and functioning. There is extensive research on sexual coercion.
Because of these differences, particularly rapid and continuing adolescent development and dependence on adults and caregivers, different policies and practices are required. Risk Assessment: Clinicians should exercise caution in rendering judgments of risk that individual juveniles represent for further sexual offending. Papers encompass a large variety of issues, populations, and domains, including homicide serial, spree, and mass murder: sexual homicidesexual deviance and assault rape, serial rape, child molestation, paraphiliaschild and youth violence firesetting, gang violence, juvenile sexual offendingfamily violence child physical and sexual abuse, child neglect, incest, spouse and elder abusegenetic predispositions, and the physiological basis of aggression. Family and other social supports[ edit ] Early childhood environments[ edit ] There is evidence to suggest that sexual violence is also a learned behavior in some adults, particularly as regards child sexual abuse. Legal issues can arise in the courtroom when determining if these youth have the capacity to understand their cases, to properly consult their attorneys, or to make sound decisions regarding their defense Grisso,
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They will often wear a disguise or will blindfold their victims. They may believe that even though the victim initially resists them, that once they overpower their victim, the victim will eventually enjoy the rape. How deeply entrenched in a community beliefs in male superiority and male entitlement to sex are will greatly affect the likelihood of sexual violence taking place, as will the general tolerance in the community of sexual assault and the strength of sanctions, if any, against perpetrators.
Clinical assessments should help determine required level of care, identification of treatment goals and objectives, and estimated risk of reoffending. The anti-pornography feminist, Andrea Dworkinhas famously argued this point in her controversial Pornography: Men Possessing Women Further research is examining the effectiveness of such drugs in reducing deviant sexual behavior.
The assessment and treatment of deviant sexual arousal with adolescents who have offended sexually. Given the shift of juvenile courts to a more adult-like criminal justice model, and the increasing frequency with which juveniles are being adjudicated and tried as adults, the issue of involuntary treatment may need to be reexamined.
Overall, the briefs are intended to provide trustworthy, up-to-date information that can be used to identify what works to combat sexual offending and prevent sexual victimization. However, there has been little research on the application of adult conditions to juveniles. The problem of sexually abusive behavior by adolescents differs from adult sex offending; the causes and solutions vary.
Effective public policies and practices, informed by the most accurate facts, are essential to successfully address this problem.
NCJ That said, we do know that nine of ten juvenile sex offenders are male Fehrenbach et al. Several authors have argued that the relationship between poverty and perpetration of sexual violence is mediated through forms of crisis of masculine identity.
Masten, A. Historically, professional opinions about adolescents who engaged in sexually abusive behaviors were based on beliefs about adults who committed sex crimes.
Scope of the Problem Research shows that sexual abuse of children is a widespread phenomenon. Such laws may have deleterious effects on pro-social development by disrupting positive peer relationships and activities and interfering with school and work opportunities, resulting in housing instability or homelessness, harassment and ostracization, social alienation and lifelong stigmatization and instability.
This is especially true of children under the age of twelve who are referred to the department of social and health services by a prosecuting attorney pursuant to RCW A large number of individual factors and characteristics has been associated with the development of juvenile delinquency.
These individual factors include age, gender, complications during pregnancy and delivery, impulsivity, aggressiveness, and substance use. Adopted by the ATSA Executive Board of Directors on October 30, Download as a PDF. Introduction. Sexually abusive behavior by adolescent youth is a serious problem, accounting for more than one-third of all sexual offenses against minors 1 and causing serious harm or even devastating consequences.
As such, these youth merit careful professional attention and, at times, legal intervention. He has devoted much of his career to research, teaching, and clinical practice related to sexual aggression and sexual deviance.
Dr. Barbaree has published numerous journal articles and book chapters and is coeditor of the Handbook of Sexual Assault: Issues, Theories, and Treatment of the Offender (). He has served as a member of the 4/5(1). Visit atlasbowling.com to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.
There are many different theories explaining the Causes of sexual atlasbowling.com theories that will be discussed in this article include military conquest, socioeconomics, anger, power, sadism, traits, ethical standards, laws, and evolutionary pressures that lend some explanation to the causes of sexual violence (such as rape, molestation, sexual harassment, stalking, incest, etc.).
Female juvenile offenders exhibit high levels of anger, relational aggression, and physical aggression, but the population has long been ignored in research and practice. No anger management treatments have been developed specifically for this population, Cited by: