Sex Offenders v. Biases in Social Work
Northern Kentucky University
"Research shows that there are biases and attitudes towards those that are sex offenders which may prohibit them from being productive members of society. The study will help identify the attitudes and biases of current social work students and how it may impact their ability to provide quality care, ongoing support, and how biases on those with a previous sex offense can hinder the process of allowing sex offenders to enter society without judgment."
2021 Celebration of Student Research and Creativity presentation
Sex offenders Discrimination, Social work with sex offenders, Social service and sex