The Child

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  • Child Abuse Introduction

    Child abuse occurs in every society in the world. Child abuse and neglect has both short-term and long-term negative effects. Physical and emotional child abuse involves mistreatment, neglect, sexual abuse and verbal misuse. They have detrimental effects on child mental health, physical health and psychological well-being. The aim of the paper was to investigate the consequences of the physical and emotional child abuse and preventive strategies that can prevent these acts. Physical and…

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  • Child Maltreatment Research

    A Growing Concern: Child Maltreatment It is said by Naughton that, “for every child in the child protection program there are another eight ‘hidden’ children being maltreated,” (Preventing a child maltreatment epidemic, 2014). Child maltreatment is an ever growing problem across the globe. There are several variations of maltreatment, including physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, and negligence. Physical abuse is broadly defined as any act that causes or has a potential to cause…

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  • Essay On Child Soldiers

    As a child, we think nothing of the dangers ahead of us, but not for child soldiers. In the article “Child soldiers” by Sarah Rose Miller and the article “Abducted Children” by Kelly Jocelyn shows the struggles that child soldiers go through. Child soldiers are kids taken to join in combat. One of many locations that use child soldiers is located in Africa. Child soldiers are illegal in the present, but somehow there are still being used. There is nearly 300,000 kids that were and are still used…

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  • Shaken Child Abuse

    will hear about it. You might turn on the news one day, and the reporter with a solemn tone will report that another child has died because of the abuse from its parents. II. In recent years, the subject of whether the US Federal Government should step in control the right of people to have children and raise them has become a topic of discussion. A. Some believe that the rates of child abuse and maltreatment is out of control as in one year over 600,000 were reported as victims of abuse in one…

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  • Child Rights Theory

    EMOTIONAL AND INTELLECTUAL CAPABILITIES AND SHOULD BE REEVALUATED IN LIGHT OF NEW INSIGHTS INTO DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. Relying on a theory of parental rights wherein parents control their children but are not subject to any explicit rights of the child “fails to strike a proper balance between the claims of parents to autonomy and the needs of children on the road to autonomy.” Maturing children will continue to resist their parents’ wishes, particularly where their religious beliefs and…

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  • Parenting Hurt Child

    Parenting a Hurt Child Nationally, there are approximately 397,000 children who enter the foster care system by 2012. After entering the system some of the children’s parents were being terminated from their parent’s rights, these could be due to to their addiction, poverty, abusiveness or parent’s mental illness, which leave these kids parentless and scared. A Large number of children who came into the system have been a victims of violence at home. Most of these children later result from show…

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  • Child Abuse Speech

    Some people do not really even understand what child abuse is when they do it. Well, child abuse is when a parent punishes their child to a whole different level. There is more than one type of abuse. There is actually a lot of different types of abuse, but the three that I am going to talk about are emotional, physical and mental. Emotional abuse is ongoing psychological damage. This type includes things like public humiliation, name-calling, threatening, emotional neglect, and criticizing.…

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  • Child Abuse And Disclosure

    less a taboo and more of an acceptable subject in todays society depending on the person morals and values. Sexuality has many sub-subjects that could be good or bad and can range from a healthy sex life to sexual abuse and will vary on every case. Child abuse and disclosure will be todays topic of discussion. Many people consider abuse as a negative subject and tend to navigate away from the subject. Many individuals see abuse as something a person will go at some point in life. But a very…

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  • Child Separation Essay

    40% of teens will push the limits to see if the parents still care about what they do and don 't do (computer source.) Child support due to these measures are: Married couples with children $41,260, Female-headed families with kids $13,092, Married males working full time $31,714, Males working full time $29,172. (Blankenhorn, pg. 138.) 20% of young people have parents who…

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  • Essay On Child Physical Development

    it is difficult for them to concentrate in school and this starts affecting their everyday life routine. As seen in chapter 10 constant stress begins to take a toll on the child. Stress depending on where it stems from can become a bigger problem that can be hard to fix if it isn’t taken care of from the beginning. If a child for example, is sexually assaulted or have witnessed violence this can cause long-term issues in the way they behave and feel about themselves. Prolonged stress can…

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