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Soc 428

March 24, 2016 | Author: | Posted in social issues, social sciences

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M . Y . C (Professor– Anti-social Behavior Pro October 04 , 2006 Daniel is a 24 year old former resident of Broughton Road less than half of his entire life . He never finished 7th Grade and his family has has transferred to another state after his release from Southwoods Daniel is currently working as a delivery attendant but could never hold on to a job for longer than 4 months Daniel is an American citizen of Asian descent who was adopted at the age of 1 [banner_entry_middle]

year and 4 months by a childless middle-aged couple . Thereafter he spent several months in the hospital for a series of surgical interventions to correct a facial birth defect . Upon interview with his adoptive parents , they revealed that Daniel ‘s childhood was spent mostly in hospitals . Early exposure to surgery must have lowered his resistance to common ailments that usually left him weak and sickly He grew close to his adoptive mother and tagged along wherever she would go . His cognitive development was poorly enhanced during the toddler stage and he learned to walk with assistance and talk in mono syllables at the late age of 5 . Reluctantly his parents enrolled him in a child therapy clinic upon doctor ‘s s . It was later revealed that he completed a year of therapy and begun elementary education quite late In school and at home , Daniel rarely made friends with other kids his age . He began showing noticeable signs of antisocial behavior when he refused to join party games with other children and yet played aggressively alone . He easily grew tired of his toys and enjoyed breaking them . He also developed a desire to wear his mother ‘s clothes every time he is left at home in the care of babysitters . He also did poorly in school but managed well with subjects dealing with numbers and computations . There were times when neighbors reported Daniel coming home crying but this crucial time coincided with a tragic accident at home that left his adoptive father semi-paralyzed . His mother past the age of 50 had trouble tracking Daniel ‘s condition and social problems He was apathetic to his father ‘s condition and rarely mentioned him . He was more concerned of his own world and often locked himself in his room . According to his mother , he could sit and watch television blankly for several hours without understanding a word . He made himself an outsider in his own home . There were numerous summonses from the school disciplinary board that his mother soon could no longer attend to most of them . During summers , he refused to attend to summer camps and stayed home most of the time At the age of 11 , Daniel was clearly showing signs of homosexual tendencies and was often bullied and ostracized by male classmates . He was able to maintain friendship with female students but was shunned by his male classmates . Later , he made friends with Rick , another homosexual teen-ager from a broken family . Together… [banner_entry_footer]

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