Parental Dysfunctions Of Sex Offenders

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Parental dysfunctions play a role in sex offender’s behavior problems. According to Netland and Miner , they suggested that poor parental guidance is the one of the reasons why young male sex offenders commit sex offenses. It has been discovered that alcohol abuse during pregnancy can interfere with the development of the unborn children. This is also a reason why young sex offenders and non sex offenders committed crimes. Parents that have mental , and drug problems are more likely to have children with behavior problems . Children that are exposed to hostile environment are most likely to become sex offenders and non sex offenders. (Netland and Miner, 2012). A case study was conducted by Roots of Sexual Abuse Study, to explore the a
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