cpss417 | undergraduate
The Role And Influence Of The Family
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Rehabilitation & Treatment Approaches
- Discuss rehabilitation through evidence-based treatment approaches.
- Explain prevention and early intervention in juvenile delinquency.
- Investigate treatment approaches of delinquency.
Role and Influence of Family
- Determine extrafamilial and family risk factors associated with delinquency.
- Analyze cognitive, social and emotional risk factors.
- Define social roles and impact of families on delinquency.
Family: Developmental Models of Delinquency
- Analyze theories and models related to delinquency.
- Identify individual risk factors related to delinquency.
- Examine antisocial behavior and its affects on the family.
Replacement of Family with Delinquent Activity
- Evaluate the theories and demographics of gangs as a replacement for family.
- Analyze the relationship between drugs, alcohol, and delinquent behavior replacing family.
- Discuss youth human trafficking and other dysfunctional family environments as a replacement.
Dysfunctional Families: Delinquent Violence
- Identify the forms of violence perpetrated by juveniles.
- Review the models and perspectives on juvenile psychopathy.
- Analyze the research on juvenile violent crime.
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