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1 Changing Perspectives – Sex Offenders Changing Perspectives Robin Hieronymus PSY 220 07-20-2010 William Goodwin
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2 Changing Perspectives – Sex Offenders Changing Perspectives – Registered Sex Offenders To properly understand how a change in perspective occurs, one must first understand what a change in perspective is. A perspective is another person’s view on something or someone else. A change is an event that occurs when something passes from one state to another. Changing perspectives means to look at something one way, then change your viewpoint and look at it another way. One reason for changing perspectives would be gathering more information about the situation and realizing that your initial view on it may be wrong or right. Someone’s view can be changed for better or for worse depending on the situation and their viewpoint. It also depends on who they are, religion and culture, how they react to situations and or people. In this essay, I will be talking about a situation where the person will change their perspective on the situation once they have gathered more information about the situation. I have decided to tell you a situation about sex offenders. The reason I chose this topic is because I know people who are registered sex offenders and you would never even know. My fiancé is a sex offender and I did not know when we first got together, but after he registered and the word got out, I found out and was devastated. I would not talk to him and he almost gave up until one day I let him tell me his situation. He said the reason he did not tell me is because he did not want to scare me away. Well, I have children and so of course it would have scared me away and almost did for good. He explained his situation in more detail and I found out that he was convicted as a sex offender when he was sixteen years old due to sexual acts that he had
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY PSY 220 taught by Professor Williamgoodwin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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