Present  your original research findings, analysis and links to your relevant re

Present  your original research findings, analysis and links to your relevant references, literature citations, and the applied theories.    ​(What does data collection say about juveniles ,Personal experiences and encounters)
Include charts and statistics be sure to include where you got the sources from.
Down below I will insert the proposal when you scroll to the last page you will see a list of sources use those articles to go based off& you may include more sources of your own

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In this assignment, you will tell the story of a victim of crime and analyze the complete impact of that crime on the individual. You will consider direct victimization, secondary/re-victimization, support, and healing in your discussion.
You must conduct research on any victim or case profiled in the media. For example, you could use high-profile victims like Sheldon Kennedy, Reena Virk, Sarah de Vries, Tori Stafford, Marlene Bird, or Tim McLean. Alternatively, you could choose lesser known but equally important cases with adequate information released to the public. As always, you must cite all of your sources using APA referencing. NOTE: If you choose to use a murder victim, the direct victim(s) is/are going to be those closest to the victim.  I DO NOT expect you to explore the last moments of that person’s life.  We want to focus on the living victims.
You will present your information in a formal paper that documents the victim’s experience and includes the requested information. Above all, demonstrate professionalism and respect for the victim you have researched.
In addition to your writing mechanics, the elements that must be included in your victim biography include the following:
Title page/Format – Your paper must include an APA v.7 title page and proper APA v.7 formatting throughout. This includes proper spacing, margins, indents, headings, and font size.
Introduction – Introduce your topic and explain what you are going to accomplish in the paper.
Victim profile/background – This must be a sensitive summary of the most salient details of the offence. It is important not to glorify the perpetrator of the crime but focus on the victims’ story. This may include family background, social factors, personal challenges, and accomplishments.
Direct victimization – This includes a thorough explanation of direct victimization as it applies to the case. Describe how the primary victims have been affected physically, emotionally, psychologically, financially and/or spiritually.
Secondary victimization and Re-victimization –  This includes a thorough explanation of the secondary victimization (who were the other victims in the case? extended family? community? co-workers? friends?).  It should also discuss re-victimization (the negative effects of media, social media, conditional release, transfers to lower security, etc.) as it applies to the individual’s case.
Support – This discusses the type and level of support experienced by the individual. You must include an analysis of what worked well and what could have been done better to support the victim.
Healing – This is different than support and should not be combined.  They are often related, however, as support often leads to healing.  You need to discuss the degree to which the individual has experienced healing. It is important to identify some of the barriers to healing experienced by the victim as well as positive outcomes that may have been achieved.  REMINDER: Healing and Support are NOT the same things!
Conclusion – Do not introduce new information here.  This is a cogent summary of the case and the major takeaways from a victimological perspective.
References – You must include proper APA v. 7 in-text citations throughout your paper.  You are expected to seek out external sources to supplement the case-specific content.  A separate reference page in proper APA v.7 formatting is also expected.