Child Abuse 2
Just about all children have many different experiences that will have a major impact on their lives before they reach full maturity. A child can face a lot of dangerous things from the environment surroundings them which might seriously affect their whole life. The definition of Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act: Child abuse is any action from adult to a child that can be harmful to the child’s body or mental (Children Welfare Information Gateway 2007). In the year 2005 there were about 3.6 million investigations by Child Protective Services Agencies in the U.S. an estimated 899,000 children (24.97%) were confirmed to be victims of child abuse (Children’s Bureau 2005). In general there are 4 different types of child abuse and they are as follows neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, and emotional abuse. In the case of neglect this is a parent or guardian is not meeting the primary needs of a child. The second is physical abuse and this is any physical injury inflicted upon the child with cruel or malicious intent. The third type of abuse is sexual abuse this is when an adult is involve in any sexual activity with a child. The last type of abuse is emotional maltreatment this is simply known as a behavior of children abuse that affects to the psychology life or social Child Abuse 3
Skills of a child.
We can classify the reasons of child abuse into three different categories parental causes, ecological causes, and child problems (Child Gauteng 2006). Child abuse also has strongly influenced to all sides of the child's life such as physical effects, behavior effects, and emotional effect (Jaffie-Gill et al 2007). Now we will look at some of the causes and negative effects of child abuse. These children are less likely to receive adequate care to grow up as law abiding citizens. According to the Child Welfare League of America children’s whose parents abuse drugs and alcohol are more likely to be substance...
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