This is particularly true for the children being trafficked when they are still in the process of mental development. Even though some victims may be rescued from their predators and recover from physical injuries, they may still live under shadow. For those who are sold by their families or deceived by their friends, it would be difficult to believe in someone else any more after the dreadful experience of being trafficked. “Trust is a word that victims of human trafficking may easily forget” (Sheikholeslami, 2011). With an absence of an element of trust, loneliness and insecurity will be sustained, and the victims may not allow social workers or psychologists to help, making the rehabilitation more
If an adult or elderly must use a diaper because of a condition that they have then it does not consider them a child therefore, a child that commits a violent crime does not consider them an adult. When children realize the violent crimes that have been committed by them it makes the adolescent feel guilty and horrid for what has been done. In some cases, the adolescents are curious and sometimes do not know what wrong has been committed. There should be a punishment for the violent act, but having the child tried as an adult is not the solution; that is why juvenile facilities exist around the world. Children that are tried as an adult and receive a guilty sentence will put the adolescent at risk, the child will not have a punishment limit, and the hopes of the child will be corrupted.
The current sex epidemic is not about unwanted pregnancies and diseases (which both are huge problems, just not what I am talking about with this) but how willing people are to have sex with other people. This can have astounding consequences on people’s psyche, especially young women. The constant cycle of breakups, sex and emotional detachment can lead to depression, anxiety and a multitude of other things. It is also important to note that women who have more sexual partners also have a higher divorce rate. Divorces can lead to unhappy people, emotionally scarred children which then puts them at the same risk.
Being a male reduces the chances of being victimized, but it doesn’t serve as protection against the pain that can result. Sexual harassment is a serious problem and it should be prevented. Although some victims are afraid to tell their stories, I think they should because that would give more people courage. As you can see the #Metoo movement took off well because of people showing prevalence towards sexual
Kids and teens will feel lost and wanting to commit suicide to themselves. They will feel like they don’t belong anymore. They get treated differently from the straight people. Many but not a lot hides their sexuality from being bullied like others. Young teens tend to get abused because of their sexuality( "ahrc.admin") Not many students feel safe at school because the
One of the main reasons why a rape or continued rape may go underreported is because of the relationship between the victim and the perpetrator. If the intimacy begins to build with on-going abuse, it can create a bond or a "relationship" between the victim and the perpetrator, sometimes manipulating the victim into believing the sexual assault is normal. When a victim is being abused by a romantic partner, an ex partner or a spouse, it can be viewed as a simple "misunderstanding" between lovers. In fact, according to our text book "Traditionally, marital rape was not considered to be a crime, but recent statutory changes recognize it as a crime, at least under some circumstances." Other reasons for victims to not cooperate or fear to report are as follows: "fear of disbelief from authorities, fearing that without significant injuries that the rape will not be taken seriously, harmful publicity, retribution from the rapist, insensitive treatment by law enforcement and hospital staff, rejection by mate or family, blame for the rape".
However, I believe the power reassurance rapist would be most amenable to treatment since these types of sex offenders are the least violent. Their low sense of self-esteem and lack of self-confidence leads them to commit these crimes, and I believe that with proper treatment they might be able to deal with the issues that are causing them to hurt women. It is definitely not as severe as the other types of sex offenders that were discussed. The sadistic rapist is least likely to respond well to treatment. They are violent towards their victims and may even kill their victims if they feel the need to.
For example, the activities/routines that households and families partake in bring about a lower opportunity for victimization to occur in comparison to activities that take place away from the household. A weakness is that in crimes that involve a person being directly victimized, the theory’s stipulation of the lack of a capable guardian leads to victim blaming. It insinuates that we are not capable to properly guarding ourselves from perpetrators and we are at fault for being victimized, whether it be due to our inability of protecting ourselves or it be caused by our routine activities. That is highly problematic, especially when people who have been sexually assaulted or raped are constantly blamed and told that they could have prevented it. Another weakness it that it seems to need further and more extensive testing.
Meanwhile, people do not realize that it can also affect you in an emotional way. You will feel bad about your body that it can make you depressed. When you already start to realize “what is wrong” with your body, you will not realize that it is affecting you mentally and emotionally. People bring themselves down because of these images they are portraying. A study was found that one third of inpatient adolescents had problematic body image concerns.
However, some serial killers are people with an antisocial disorder otherwise known as psychopaths. Psychopaths suffer from lack of empathy, go against social norms, and exceptionally hostile. These people do not have moral sense, so their conscience will not intervene when they commit an unethical crime. Similar to mental problems, brain damage can make a person lose a sense of control and reason caused by damage to frontal lobe, the hypothalamus and the limbic system (Woollaston). Serial killers do not have remorse or morals, therefore they do not feel regret to be taking a human being's