Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Social Work (MSW)
The purpose of the historical research study is to explore the correctional system's rehabilitation and treatment perspective for both male and female sex offenders. Treatment has been deemed essential for all offenders; while it might not mean a cure, it does give offenders some tools to prevent further offenses.
Literature emphasizes the importance of treatment and rehabilitation for the sex offender. Historically, the female offender has been ignored in the area of treatment and rehabilitation. Sexual offenses are generally perceived as a male phenomenon.
This tidy will give an in-depth view of treatment process and the research on the effectiveness of current programs offered in the correctional facility. It will also analyze differences, offer conclusions, and make recommendations.
Allen, Weida Y., "A Historical Comparison of Treatment Between Male and Female Sex Offenders in the Correctional System" (2000). Theses and Graduate Projects. 69.