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Child Abuse And Neglect

Shaikha Saif Ghulaita
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child abuse AND neglect presented by:
Shaikha Saif Ghulaita Child abuse has serious effects on the victim's Future. Definition of Child abuse: A behavior directed toward a child by an adult that harms a child's physical or emotional health and development. Questions? 1- What are the forms of Child abuse? 2- What are the reasons of this phenomenon? 3- What are the effects of it on the abused child's Future? Who's Responsible? Child abuse is the responsibility of every member of the society, and the committer of this crime should be mercilessly punished. - ABUSER IN CHILD TORTURE CASE SENTENCED TO 14 YEARS. (2010, March 13). US Fed News Service, Including US State News,***[page 65]***. Retrieved March 15, 2010, from Academic Research Library. (Document ID: 1982140611).- Ito, T. (1995). Child abuse. United states: juvenile literature.
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.- Friesen, M., Woodward, L., Horwood, L., & Fergusson, D.. (2010). Childhood exposure to sexual abuse and partnership outcomes at age 30. Psychological Medicine, 40(4), 679-688. Retrieved March 15, 2010, from Academic Research Library. (Document ID: 1968061601).- Williams, L.. (2010).
-Harm and Resilience among Prostituted Teens: Broadening our Understanding of Victimisation and Survival. Social Policy and Society,9(2), 243-254. Retrieved March 15, 2010, from ProQuest Social Science Journals. (Document ID: 1973217091).- Moore, K., & Enrique Varela, R.. (2010).
-Correlates of Long-term Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Children Following Hurricane Katrina. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 41(2), 239-250. Retrieved March 17, 2010, from ProQuest Health and Medical Complete. (Document ID: 1959113581). References: * Child sexual abuse.
* Physical abuse.
*Child neglect.
*Emotional neglect 1. The child's parent is drinking too much alcohol and is out of control. 2. The parent abuses drugs and is not in control or able to be responsible. 3. The child reminds the abuser of someone they hate and take it out on the child. 4. The child may be handicapped and the parents may not know how to deal with the child properly or get frustrated with the child. 5. The child may be a little bit hyper and loud and the parents don't know how to deal with the child or are frustrated with the child. 6. The child may misbehave a lot and the parents don't know how to deal with him or her or the child pushes the parents to the limits. The parent then abuses the child. 7. The child may be why the parents are not getting along or the parents marriage is in serious trouble and they take it out on the child. 8. The parent were abused as kids and they do it too. 9. Stress drives the parent to take it out on a child violently. 10. The abusive parent may feel the other parent is paying to much attention to the child and is taking his or her frustration out on the child. 11. The parent is mentally and needs to be seen by a doctor but no one ever does anything about the mental illness problem until the child has been killed by that parent. 12. The number one reason is that abused children grow into abusive parents unless they learn other ways to cope and honestly face how they treat other people. Common problems for abused children include:- emotional problems- behavioral problems- poor performance in school- further abuse any Questions??
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