Describe the theoretical and empirical knowledge about psychological trauma and the impact of victimization within this population.

LASA is worth 300 points and will be graded according to the following rubric.

Grading Criteria  Maximum Points    Describe the theoretical and empirical knowledge about psychological trauma and the impact of victimization within this population.  48    Identify and evaluate commonalities and differences in demographic variables and psychological profiles between subtypes of victims that may present in this population.  48    Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to the assessment and evaluation of victims in this population.  40    Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to treatment for victims in this population.  40    Define and analyze the role and impact of the criminal justice system on victims within this population.  48    Define and analyze the role and impact of past and current legal rights on victims.  48    Academic Writing    Writing is generally clear and in an organized manner. It demonstrates ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and generally displays accurate spelling, grammar, punctuation. Errors are few, isolated, and do not interfere with reader’s comprehension.
Citations in text and at the end of the document are in correct APA format.  28    Total:  300

Assignment 2: LASA: Victim Population Analysis

Working with the population for which you were approved in formulating the bibliography in Module 1, follow the general guidelines for your Victim Population Analysis paper outlined below.

Tasks:

Read the research literature related to your chosen victim population. Consider the specific aspects that you will cover in your final paper (i.e., trauma, demographics, interaction with criminal justice system, victims’ rights, assessment, evaluation, and treatment). Using the research literature and specifically empirical studies, write a 12- to 14-page paper addressing the following:

· Describe the theoretical and empirical knowledge about psychological trauma and the impact of victimization within this population.

· Identify and evaluate commonalities and differences in demographic variables and psychological profiles between subtypes of victims that may present in this population.

· Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to the assessment and evaluation of victims in this population.

· Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to treatment for victims in this population.

· Define and analyze the role and impact of the criminal justice system on victims within this population.

· Define and analyze the role and impact of past and current legal rights on victims within this population.

· Cite the references appropriately.

Your paper should rely upon scholarly resources from the professional literature. The literature may include the Argosy University online library resources, relevant textbooks, peer-reviewed journal articles, and websites created by professional organizations, agencies, or institutions (.edu, .org, and .gov).

All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources.

Submission Details:

LASA is worth 300 points and will be graded according to the following rubric.

Grading Criteria Maximum Points
Describe the theoretical and empirical knowledge about psychological trauma and the impact of victimization within this population. 48
Identify and evaluate commonalities and differences in demographic variables and psychological profiles between subtypes of victims that may present in this population. 48
Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to the assessment and evaluation of victims in this population. 40
Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to treatment for victims in this population. 40
Define and analyze the role and impact of the criminal justice system on victims within this population. 48
Define and analyze the role and impact of past and current legal rights on victims. 48
Academic Writing
Writing is generally clear and in an organized manner. It demonstrates ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and generally displays accurate spelling, grammar, punctuation. Errors are few, isolated, and do not interfere with reader’s comprehension. Citations in text and at the end of the document are in correct APA format. 28
Total: 300

Assignment

2:

LASA:

Victim

Population

Analysis

Working with the population for which you were approved in formulating

the bibliography in

Module

1

, follow the general guidelines for your

Victim Population Analysis paper outlined below.

Tasks:

Read the research literature related to your chosen victim population.

Consider the specific aspects that you will cover in your final paper (i.e.,

trauma, demographics, interaction with criminal justice system, victims’

rights, assessment, evaluation, and

treatment). Using the research

literature and specifically empirical studies, write a 12

to 14

page paper

addressing the following:

·

Describe the theoretical and empirical knowledge about psychological

trauma and the imp

act of victimization within this population.

·

Identify and evaluate commonalities and differences in demographic

variables and psychological profiles between subtypes of victims that

may present in this population.

·

Compare and contrast empirical research fi

ndings related to the

assessment and evaluation of victims in this population.

·

Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to treatment

for victims in this population.

·

Define and analyze the role and impact of the criminal justice system on

vi

ctims within this population.

·

Define and analyze the role and impact of past and current legal rights on

victims within this population.

·

Cite the references appropriately.

Your paper should rely upon scholarly resources from the professional

literature. Th

e literature may include the Argosy University online library

resources, relevant textbooks, peer

reviewed journal articles, and

Assignment 2: LASA: Victim Population

Analysis

Working with the population for which you were approved in formulating

the bibliography in Module 1, follow the general guidelines for your

Victim Population Analysis paper outlined below.

Tasks:

Read the research literature related to your chosen victim population.

Consider the specific aspects that you will cover in your final paper (i.e.,

trauma, demographics, interaction with criminal justice system, victims’

rights, assessment, evaluation, and treatment). Using the research

literature and specifically empirical studies, write a 12- to 14-page paper

addressing the following:

 Describe the theoretical and empirical knowledge about psychological

trauma and the impact of victimization within this population.

 Identify and evaluate commonalities and differences in demographic

variables and psychological profiles between subtypes of victims that

may present in this population.

 Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to the

assessment and evaluation of victims in this population.

 Compare and contrast empirical research findings related to treatment

for victims in this population.

 Define and analyze the role and impact of the criminal justice system on

victims within this population.

 Define and analyze the role and impact of past and current legal rights on

victims within this population.

 Cite the references appropriately.

Your paper should rely upon scholarly resources from the professional

literature. The literature may include the Argosy University online library

resources, relevant textbooks, peer-reviewed journal articles, and

Student Name:

Date:

The proposed population: Domestic violence

Domestic violence has continuously increased in our society today. This issue affects every aspect of the community which includes every individual irrespective of their social, economic or geographic position. Through contact with victims of domestic violence, there was a realization that this topic requires an in-depth analysis. Victims of domestic violence undergo numerous problems in their life. This research was prompted by the issues revolving around domestic violence. Issues to be explored include the domestic violence due to intimacy reasons, the relationship between domestic violence between homosexual partners and heterosexual partners, traumatic effects of domestic violence on children, the relationship between domestic violence and divorcers, a comparison between men and women as both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, effects of exposure to domestic violence on young people, children social behavior with respect to domestic violence and the outcomes of domestic violence on the community

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Alejo, K. (2014). Long-Term Physical and Mental Health Effects of. Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science, 2, 5.

This journal looks into domestic violence as a vice affecting all members of the society. Domestic violence impacts on all individuals irrespective of their race, sex predilection, gender or age. The article reviews the importance of addressing domestic violence taking place within same-sex relationships. Violence against men affects them both physically and psychologically heightened by the fact that our society does not treat such violence equal to violence against women. Domestic violence leads to both long term and short term health complications. This article reviews the probability that men or women suffer from long-term health problems due to domestic violence. The paper also compares domestic violence taking place within both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. The results from research show that although men can also be victims of domestic violence, women suffer more long-term health complications. His paper can be recommended to psychology students. This is because it gives an insight on the contrast between heterosexual and homosexual domestic violence.

Keywords: intimate partner violence, domestic violence

Stephanie, H., Helen, B., & Sadhbh, W. (2008). The impact of exposure to domestic violence on children and young people: A review of the literature. BMJ Journals, 32(8), 797-810.

This article takes a plunge into the written materials about the effects experienced upon exposure to domestic violence. The article focusses on the health and development impacts experienced by children and young people in relation to domestic violence. The paper employs four major topics which are inter-related. These domains are exposure to domestic violence, effects on parents and parenting, implications on the development of children and adolescents, other afflictions. Suggestions of how to handle domestic violence against children and young people are drawn through a complex database. According to this article, children together with young people are adversely inflicted by domestic violence. They are most likely to suffer from either physical or emotional abuse. Physical abuse is inclusive of sexual abuse. The article offers possible solutions which can be used to mitigate the implications of domestic violence on children and young people. The article finally outlines the importance of having good relationships between children and a caring adult specifically a mother. A child’s life should be delicately taken care of to avoid psychological torture. This article is appropriate for nursing students studying the impacts of domestic violence on the development of children. The review is particular on its possible application of holistic child caring.

Keywords: Domestic violence, Children, Young people, Impact, Outcomes, Resilience

Evans, E., Corrie, D., & DiLillo, D. (2008). Exposure to domestic violence: A meta-analysis of child and adolescent outcomes. Aggression and violent behavior, 13(2), 131-140.

This research article applies meta-analysis technique in investigating the connection between children exposure to domestic violence and how they exhibit trauma symptoms either physically or emotionally. This study reveals results from 60 research study. The results show the mean weighted impact for the relationship study. Average effects were found in the connection between a child exposure to domestic violence and the external and internal trauma symptoms. The study reveals a higher mean effect conducted on six studies.an in-depth analysis showed that boys have a higher connection to the relationship between exposure to domestic violence and trauma as compared to girls. The study also shows that other factors such as age and the surrounding variables have negligible effects on this relationship. This research is applicable since it tries to show the gap left out by earlier research conducted on domestic violence. The article is therefore appropriate to studies as it provides a foundation for coming up with future recommendations into the topic.

Keywords: Child abuse, domestic violence, meta-analysis, family violence, child witnesses, child behavior problems

Babcock, C., & Green, C. (2004). Domestic violence treatment. Clinical Psychology Review, 23(8), 1023-1053.

This article presents a meta-analytic review of 22 studies carried out to examine the efficiency of treatment offered to males who are considered domestically violent. Articles written on the effects of a contained experimental model called the quasi-experimental with other relevant studies are analyzed to investigate the effect a number of methods such as the Duluth Model and cognitive-behavioral therapy. The article also reviews the impacts of psychological treatment of domestic violent males and possible recidivism of violence. The two interventions are compared while their results are taken into consideration. The impacts caused by treatment were descried to be contained within the two methods. This shows that the methods used for treatment today have less effects on lowering recidivism below the intervention of arrest. This article can impact on practical interventions to deal with domestically violent males. A study of this paper will equip the student with new ideas on policies and research into alternative interventions to lessen recidivism.

Keywords: Violence, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Duluth model, recidivism

Herrenkohl, T., Sousa, C., & Emiko, A. (2008). Intersection of Child Abuse and Children’s Exposure to Domestic Violence. Trauma,Violence and Abuse, 45-56.

This survey tends to investigate on the cover in physical tyke misuse and abusive behavior at home, the expectation of tyke results, and strength in kids presented to family viciousness. The creators investigate current discoveries on the crossing point of physical kid misuse and aggressive behavior at home inside the setting of other hazard factors, including network brutality and related family and ecological stressors. Proof from the examinations investigated proposes extensive cover, exacerbating impacts, and conceivable sex contrasts in results of brutality introduction. The study addresses child abuse in the context of the total exposure time.

Keywords: child abuse, exposure to domestic violence, co-occurrence, youth outcomes, resilience

Claire, C., Lee, V., Alexandra, M.-S., & Peter, J. (2003). The Effects of Children’s Exposure to Domestic Violence: A Meta-Analysis and Critique. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 171-187.

An extensive variety of kids’ formative results are endangered by introduction to aggressive behavior at home, including social, enthusiastic, conduct, intellectual, and general wellbeing working. Be that as it may, there are moderately couple of observational examinations with sufficient control of frustrating factors and a sound hypothetical premise. We recognized 41 considers that gave significant and sufficient information to consideration in a meta-investigation.

Keywords: domestic violence child witnesses marital aggression meta-analysis child behavior problems family violence child abuse

Edleson, J. (1999). Children’s witnessing of adult domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 45-56.

Social administration experts are all the more every now and again distinguishing kids who witness grown-up aggressive behavior at home as casualties of that maltreatment. This article extends basic meanings of how youngsters witness grown-up abusive behavior at home. A sum of 31 inquire about articles that met built up quality criteria were incorporated into this survey. An assortment of social, passionate, and psychological working issues among kids were observed to be related with introduction to aggressive behavior at home. Variables that seem to direct the effect of seeing savagery, for example, regardless of whether the kid was likewise manhandled, tyke sex and age, and the time since last presentation to brutality—were distinguished.

Keywords: domestic violence, children witnesses

Riggs, D., Caulfield, M., & Street, E. (2000). Risk for domestic violence: Factors associated with perpetration and victimization. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1097-1112.

The degree and potential risk of the issue of aggressive behavior at home warrants methodical screening and appraisal in all psychological well-being settings. Hardly any experimental examinations have moved toward the topic of abusive behavior at home with the point of distinguishing hazard markers, making it difficult to recognize a specific trademark or set of attributes that can be utilized to distinguish people in danger for executing or turning into the casualties of abusive behavior at home. In any case, there are various variables that have been distinguished as connects of abusive behavior at home that may in the long run demonstrate helpful for recognizing people in danger, however the surviving writing does not give the experimental help as of now.

Keywords: domestic violence, aggressive behavior

Student Name:

Date:

The proposed population

:

Domestic violence

Domestic violence has conti

nu

ously increased in our society

today. This

issue affects

every aspect of the community which includes every individual irrespective of their

social, economic

or

geographic

position. Through

contact with victims of domestic

violence, there was a realization that this

topic requires

an in

depth

analysis. Victims

of domestic violence undergo numerous problems in their

life. This

research was

prompted

by the issue

s revolving around domestic

violence. Issues

to be explored

include the

domestic violence due to intimacy

reasons, the

relationship between domestic violence

between homosexual

partners

and heterosexual

partners

,

traumatic

effects of domestic violence on

c

hildren,

the relationship between domestic violence and divorcers,

a comparison between men and

women as both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence,

effects of exposure to domestic violence

on young people,

children

social behavior with respect to

domestic violence and the outcomes of

domestic violence on the community

Student Name:

Date:

The proposed population: Domestic violence

Domestic violence has continuously increased in our society today. This issue affects

every aspect of the community which includes every individual irrespective of their social, economic or

geographic position. Through contact with victims of domestic violence, there was a realization that this

topic requires an in-depth analysis. Victims of domestic violence undergo numerous problems in their

life. This research was prompted by the issues revolving around domestic violence. Issues to be explored

include the domestic violence due to intimacy reasons, the relationship between domestic violence

between homosexual partners and heterosexual partners, traumatic effects of domestic violence on

children, the relationship between domestic violence and divorcers, a comparison between men and

women as both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence, effects of exposure to domestic violence

on young people, children social behavior with respect to domestic violence and the outcomes of

domestic violence on the community

ssignment 3: Annotated Bibliography

This assignment is designed to help you start gathering information for your final paper.

Part 1

Select a population for your final paper. You can select one of the following approved sample populations:

Victims of:

· Domestic violence victimization (proposed population)

· What draws you to that population (previous experience, previous contact with the target victim population, or target traumatic experience)

· The particular issues you would like to explore and the reason for selecting these issues.

Click here to access the template.

Part 2

Once selected, create an annotated bibliography of at least eight references you will use for your final paper. List each reference in the correct APA style format and indicate how you think the reference material addresses your research population.

The comments that you post should be brief, no more than two sentences in addition to the abstract from the reference.

Using the given template, create the annotated bibliography in a 3- to 4-page document. All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources.

Assignment

3:

Annotated

Bibliography

This assignment is designed to help you start gathering information for

your final paper.

Part

1

Select a population for your final paper. You can select one of the

following approved sample populations:

Victims of:

·

Domestic violence victimization

(

proposed populatio

n

)

·

What draws you to that population (previous experience, previous contact with

the target victim population, or target traumatic experience)

·

The particular issues you would like to explore and the reason for selecting these

issues.

Click

here

to access the template.

Part

2

Once

selected

, create an annotated bibliography of at least ei

ght

references you will use for your final paper. List each reference in the

correct APA style format and indicate how you think the reference

material addresses your research population.

The comments that you post should be brief, no more than two sentenc

es

in addition to the abstract from the reference.

Using the given

template

, create the annotated bibliography in a

3

to

4

page document. All written assignments and responses should follow APA

rules for attributing sources.

Assignment 3: Annotated Bibliography

This assignment is designed to help you start gathering information for

your final paper.

Part 1

Select a population for your final paper. You can select one of the

following approved sample populations:

Victims of:

 Domestic violence victimization (proposed population)

 What draws you to that population (previous experience, previous contact with

the target victim population, or target traumatic experience)

 The particular issues you would like to explore and the reason for selecting these

issues.

Click here to access the template.

Part 2

Once selected, create an annotated bibliography of at least eight

references you will use for your final paper. List each reference in the

correct APA style format and indicate how you think the reference

material addresses your research population.

The comments that you post should be brief, no more than two sentences

in addition to the abstract from the reference.

Using the given template, create the annotated bibliography in a 3- to 4-

page document. All written assignments and responses should follow APA

rules for attributing sources.

 

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