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CRJ 322 Week 8 Case Study 4: Joran Van Der Sloot

According to the text, heterosexual norms represent the guidelines for determining sexual deviance. In two different cases Joran van der Sloot’s heterosexual deviance has left him as a criminal suspect in one case involving Natalee Holloway, and as a convicted murder in another case involving another woman, Stephany Flores. In this case study, you will explore heterosexual deviance as committed by Joran van der Sloot.Read the article titled “Joran van der Sloot” located at http://www.biography.com/#!/people/joran-van-der-sloot-573934#synopsis.Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you:Specify the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Next, determine whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” is an accurate label for van der Sloot. Support your position.Debate whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Justify your response.Analyze the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Next, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot, speculate whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance. Provide a rationale to support your response.Suggest two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Next, predict two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Justify your response.Use at least three (3) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar type Websites do not qualify as academic resources.Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format.Case Study 4: Joran van der SlootCriteriaUnacceptableBelow 60% FMeets Minimum Expectations60-69% DFair70-79% CProficient80-89% BExemplary90-100% A1. Specify the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Next, determine whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” is an accurate label for van der Sloot. Support your position.Weight: 20%Did not submit or incompletely specified the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Did not submit or incompletely determined whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” was an accurate label for van der Sloot. Did not submit or incompletely supported your position.Insufficiently specified the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Insufficiently determined whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” was an accurate label for van der Sloot. Insufficiently supported your position.Partially specified the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Partially determined whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” was an accurate label for van der Sloot. Partially supported your position.Satisfactorily specified the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Satisfactorily determined whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” was an accurate label for van der Sloot. Satisfactorily supported your position.Thoroughly specified the key turning points when van der Sloot began his descent into deviant behavior. Thoroughly determined whether or not you believe “sexual deviant” was an accurate label for van der Sloot. Thoroughly supported your position.2. Debate whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Justify your response.Weight: 15%Did not submit or incompletely debated whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Did not submit or incompletely justified your response.Insufficiently debated whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Insufficiently justified your response.Partially debated whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Partially justified your response.Satisfactorily debated whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Satisfactorily justified your response.Thoroughly debated whether or not the privilege of van der Sloot’s birth allowed a murderer to walk among everyday citizens. Thoroughly justified your response.3. Analyze the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Next, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot, speculate whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance. Provide a rationale to support your response.Weight: 25%Did not submit or incompletely analyzed the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Did not submit or incompletely speculated whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot. Did not submit or incompletely provided a rationale to support your response.Insufficiently analyzed the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Insufficiently speculated whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot. Insufficiently provided a rationale to support your response.Partially analyzed the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Partially speculated whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot. Partially provided a rationale to support your response.Satisfactorily analyzed the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Satisfactorily speculated whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot. Satisfactorily provided a rationale to support your response.Thoroughly analyzed the significance of two (2) characteristics of sexual deviance that are applicable to van der Sloot. Thoroughly speculated whether or not there was a point that medical intervention could have helped van der Sloot overcome or better control his sexual deviance, based on the characteristics you deemed applicable to van der Sloot. Thoroughly provided a rationale to support your response.4. Suggest two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Next, predict two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Justify your response.Weight: 25%Did not submit or incompletely suggested two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Did not submit or incompletely predicted two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Did not submit or incompletely justified your response.Insufficiently suggested two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Insufficiently predicted two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Insufficiently justified your response.Partially suggested two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Partially predicted two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Partially justified your response.Satisfactorily suggested two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Satisfactorily predicted two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Satisfactorily justified your response.Thoroughly suggested two (2) rationales for society’s changing attitudes towards what is deemed acceptable sexual behavior. Thoroughly predicted two (2) possible outcomes of the changing attitudes towards sexual behavior and its resulting influence on crime in the United States. Thoroughly justified your response.5. 3 referencesWeight: 5%No references providedDoes not meet the required number of references; all references poor quality choices.Does not meet the required number of references; some references poor quality choices.Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.6. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirementsWeight: 10%More than 8 errors present7-8 errors present5-6 errors present3-4 errors present0-2 errors present