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    In every corner of this world, the issue of abuse has been one of the most apparent and most persisting problems that people experience. As of today, it could be said that this issue has been mitigated a lot, especially due to the intense efforts provided by individuals, groups, and institutions in response to the dire consequences that abuse (in any form) could inflict to the victims and even to the general society at large. According to ReachMa.org (2017), the six types of abuse are; (1) physical, (2) sexual, (3) verbal/emotional, (4) Mental/psychological, (5) financial/economic, (6) Cultural/identity. In this article, however, the further focus would be on the verbal/emotional aspect of abuse as experienced by millions of people around the…

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    Psychological Abuse, is also known as psychological violence, emotional abuse or mental abuse, is a form of abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that may result in psychological trauma, including anxiety, chronic depression, or posttraumatic stress disorder. In a study of 1,000 women 15 years of age or older, 36% had experienced emotional abuse while growing up; 43% had experienced some form of abuse as children or adolescents. In this paper I will be…

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    Elder population is most vulnerable to abuse and mistreatment due to decline in their physical and mental health. They become victims of their own family members or other health care personals’ when they are in health care setting. Abusers are intentionally causing harm either physically or emotionally to an older individual who cannot help themselves. This mistreatment is not just limited to physical or emotional, but also include sexual, medical, financial, neglect and abandonment. One of the…

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    Child abuse is the physical or psychological maltreatment or even sexual molestation of a child. Child abuse and neglect is significant and well established as a major societal unsettling problem with remarkable repercussions for the affected children, their families, and society at large. There are different factors that will affect how the authorities are going to proceed in case of alleged child abuse, for the legal and social services will determine the eligibility. I believe this is a…

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    Animal abuse is a critical issue as it is concerning the welfare and treatment of animals. It is illegal by the law as it is about intentional and unintentional harm to the animals which is caused by humans. The cruelty may come towards the animals in two main forms of abuse physical and psychological. Animal abuse is a critical issue as it is concerning the welfare and treatment of animals. It is illegal by the law as it is about intentional and unintentional harm to the animals which is…

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    of child abuse. Fiona is just one of the many children that have been subjected to abuse. According to a 2014 survey done by Children’s Bureau, in the United States, an estimated 702,000 children have suffered from maltreatment, and those are only the cases that have been reported. Child abuse is a serious problem. Children are suffering from something that leaves a scar in their minds forever, and…

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    many years, society has divided child abuse into two categories: physical abuse and sexual abuse. Due to the lack of physical evidence, it is much harder to prove emotional abuse. Every year there are thousands of children who suffer from abuse and neglect. According to the Administration on Children, Youth and Families, in 2013 there were 679,000 victims of child abuse and neglect reported to CPS agencies in the United States. When one hears the word abuse and neglect they often default to…

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    1st, 2016 The Effects of Childhood Abuse When a caregiver deliberately harms a minor physically, emotionally, sexually, or by acts of neglect, it is classified as a crime of child abuse. According to the Child Help organization a report of child abuse is made every 10 seconds in the United States. The United States has one of the worst records of child abuse in the leading industrial nations by losing four to seven children per day to child abuse and neglect. The organization…

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    The topic I have chosen for my articles is children with disabilities, and children who have experienced abuse. I chose this because it's very personal to me and that I was sexually abused as a child. I wish to better understand how these children, end up committing crimes, or how their behavior affects society. As discussed in class, children who were abused tend to be more involved with crime than others who were not. Children with disabilities are often more likely to be subjected to abuse…

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    The psychological effect of sexual abuse as studied by psychology- describe how sexual abuse alters cognitive development through the basic trends in research in sexual abuse in childhood in general. Different behaviors that can be attributed from childhood sexual abuse have been identified. These developed Behaviors include: domestic violence & continued sexual abuse, accordingly connect to religious identity then into a worldview. Also the effects of Spirituality Individual differences in…

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