Please help with developing the following questions, the article by Jennifer Morse (2003) Parents or Prisons, in policy review do you agree or not agree with Morse's assertion of the relationship between single parent household and delinquency.
Assess in conclusion your argument should be with examples and at least one other article supporting your view.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 10:32 am ad1c9bdddf
The Effects of Single-Mother Families and Nonresident Fathers on Delinquency and Substance Abuse in Black and White Adolescents. By: Thomas, George; Farrell, Michael P.; Barnes, Grace M. Journal of Marriage & Family. Nov96, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p884-894. 11p. 3 charts, 3 graphs. Abstract:
The article written by Jennifer Morse regarding the higher propensity of juveniles from single parent households to become residents of the penal system has some validity and is based upon research that has shown strong correlations between single parent households and juvenile delinquency. Although her research is backed by some data, her assertions are overly broad. I will analyze the research further to explain why I do not agree with her article on parents or prisons. To begin this summation I will first highlight the facts that dictate juveniles from single parent households are more likely to engage in delinquent acts such as heavier illicit drug use, heavier drinking, and other statutory offenses at higher rates than those within two-parent households. In addition I will provide some of the data given by Morse regarding her study that found higher percentages of incarcerated juveniles who came from single parent households. Finally I will provide the rationale for why Mrs. Morse's overly broad attempt to classify all single parent households as potential breeders of future prison inmates for children is false.
The solution assesses in conclusion for arguments based on parents or prisons with examples. Household delinquency is determined.
Ethics and Social Justice
MMPA 6405: Ethics and Social Justice
Final Project Overview
For the Final Project of this course, select any government or non-profit organization for which there is sufficient information to allow a thorough analysis of ethical or social justice issues. You may select your own organization if it is a government or nonprofit organization, but be aware of the need for scholarly objectivity and the need to protect confidentiality. Ethical researchers never begin any project with a hidden agenda or predetermined conclusion. If you do choose your own organization, do not identify it by name or precise location.
Your Final Project should include the following:
1. An introduction that describes the government or nonprofit organization, the setting, and any other information about the organization or related background that readers need in order to understand the organization and its ethical and social justice issues; a description of the ethical issues facing the organization and public administrators within the organization
2. An explanation of the ethical issues related to two or more of the philosophical theories
3. A summary of the major ethical challenges and conflicts of responsibility presented to individuals in the organization and to the organization as a whole
4. A summary of the strategies that the organization uses to maintain responsible conduct
5. An explanation of your recommendations for addressing the issues, including a rationale for your recommendations and an explanation of why they might be effective in addressing the issues, with consideration given to the possible involvement of guerrilla government employees.
6. An analysis of the factors that would affect the implementation of the recommendations by using the ethical decision-making model
7. A description of the outcomes you would expect if the organization implemented your recommendations
8. An explanation of how the issues you raised are related to at least two of the four social justice themes (human rights, equality, liberty, and justice)