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Child Abuse By: Divanjan, Matthew, Aniket and Ahmad Causes But, what are some solutions Programs and education need to be provided for children that have already been abuse.

The chances of an abused child growing up with emotional scars extremely high. The child grows up with a twisted view on parenting.

One way to prevent abuse from moving down the generations is to educate these young people in the correct parenting techniques. Education? Support? Advertising? Monitoring? Therapy? People need to be taught that there is no excuse for abusing a child and more sever punishments needs to be in place for parents who do abuse their child. Education Consequences #1 #2 #3 #1 #2 Support parents in raising children.

Giving people a free option of doing a course regarding how to take care of a child, may prevent a parent from ‘losing it’ when their child is constantly crying and they don’t know what to do. Support A good TV campaign on child abuse will highlight and remind people that it is never okay to hit a child. Advertisement Monitor children’s television and video viewing (MEDIA).

Children watching violent films and TV programs can harm young children; they may grow up thinking it’s acceptable to behave the way they have been shown on TV. Monitoring Therapy Early Behavioral Therapy.

This will assist in early detection of behavior in people that could highlight a potential risk of child abuse and then the parent can then be educated in ways of managing the behavior they display. Phyiscal Health Consequences Minor injuries: bruises and/or cuts
Serious injuries: internal bleeding, neck and spinal damage, fractures. Shaken Baby Syndrome
Impaired Brain Development
Poor Physical Health Long Term Impacts Psychological Consequences Immediate effects: isolation, fear, and an inability to trust others. Long Term Impacts Poor mental and physical health
Social difficulties Intergenerational Transmission of Violence Stress BEHAVIORAL CONSEQUENCES no noticeable immediate effects
most behavioral consequences are found later in life. - Juvenile Delinquency
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Abusive behavior Long Term Impacts -Many children learn violent behavior from their parents and then grow up to abuse their own children. Thus, the abusive behavior is transmitted across generations.

-Children who experience abuse and violence may adopt this behavior as a model for their own parenting.

-Children who believe they behaved badly and deserved the abuse become abusive parents more often than children who believe their parents were wrong to abuse them. - Stress brought on by a variety of social conditions raises the risk of child abuse within a family.
- These conditions include unemployment, illness, poor housing conditions, a larger-than-average family size, the presence of a new baby or a disabled person in the home, and the death of a family member.
- A large majority of reported cases of child abuse come from families living in poverty. #3 Social Isolation and Low Community Involvement

lack of social involvement deprives abusive parents of support systems that would help them deal better with social or family stress
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