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TOPIC : CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

Definition of child sexual abuse is any sexual act with a child performed by an adult or an older child . From what i understand , child sexual abuse occur in the form of exploitation of children's by adults for sexual gratification . As we can see recently . many sexual abuse things among children happened in our society . Child sexual abuse could include in the act of sexual touching of any part of the body , encouraging a child to engage in sexual activity, including masturbation , showing children pornography or using children to create pornography and encouraging a child to engage in prostitution . Child sexual abuse is ''the involvement of dependent , developmentally immature children and adolescents in sexual activities that they do not fully comprehend , are unable to give informed consent to , and that violate the social taboo's of family roles'' . (ABC CHILD PROTECTION ,1992) . The victims of sexual abuse will become more pessimist and remain passive and will not tell to others about sexual abuse that they had experienced .

PROBLEM STATEMENTS .

Child's environment and family background have noted several risk factors for potential abuse :- *Family stress: The disintegration of the nuclear family and its inherent support systems have been held to be associated with child abuse. *Patriarchal system : A form of social organization in which the father is the supreme authority in the family, clan, or tribe and descent is reckoned in the male line, with the children belonging to the father's clan or tribe . Hall and Lloyd (1989) clarify that mens are responsible to hide the sexual abuse where a mother and child don't have an authority to tell the others . *The child: Children at higher risk for abuse include infants who are felt to be "overly fussy," handicapped children, and children with chronic diseases. *Over 75% of inflicted abuse is a result of parental action. Parental risk factors include young or single...
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