Child abuse and organizations

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The research paper is about Child abuse and organizations related to it, the and how it affects the society specifically how child abuse would create problems in the future and what is the main goal for the organizations and the history of the organization and the social work and how the the staff work and earn money.

- A clear, well-crafted thesis statement or a statement of purpose, well- developed body paragraphs to support the claim, and end with a strong conclusion.

-Ensure that the tone that you are using is formal. Do not write in the singular, second person narrative voice. Write in the third person: He/She/They.

- 9 pages research paper.

- Annotated bibliography (Sources pages) 5 reputable sources sorted by MLA or APA citation style:
One (1) of the sources must be a book, Two (2) a journal or article, and One (1) a website of your choice.

- Double spaced.

- No plagiarism.

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Running Head: CHILD ABUSE

Child abuse and organizations
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Introduction
Child abuse is defined as an act that can result in either physical or mental harm to a
child. Child neglect is a special type of child abuse that does not involve an action but whose
effect is equally the same. Research shows that families that have drug abuse issues also have
high cases of child abuse than those without. This is because kids are exposed to things that are
far much beyond their capacity. The effect can be both long term and short term depending on
the ability of the child to adapt or the type of abuse the child has been exposed to. Every child
has a right to be loved and his or her rights to be respected and not mistreated irrespective of
their background (O'Brian, Cheng, & Rhind, 1997). There are four major types of child abuse
that have dominated over the last decade. Physical, sexual, neglect, and emotional abuse.
Physical abuse
This is an act that has been committed either intentionally or unintentionally to a child
and has resulted in physical harm to the child. This may also involve a genuine threat to a child
that is likely to cause physical harm to a child. In many cases, a physical injury that has been
committed to a child and there is no sufficient explanation given to account for that harm is
considered to be child abuse. Children should be taken care of and not unnecessarily or
carelessly exposed to any danger. Failure to provide enough care or support to prevent a child
from being injured is also considered as a sort of child abuse (O'Brian, Cheng, and Rhind, 1997).
Sexual abuse
This is an act that in one way or the other harms a child mentally, physical welfare,
emotionally and can be extended to be any conduct that might be offensive to a child. No one is
supposed to expose a child to indecency act, but every child should be protected from any
exposure. The law requires those around children to make reasonable efforts to ensure that they

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are not exposed to any sexual activity. Sexual abuse amounts to permitting, engaging in,
allowing exposure or in any way encouraging a child to engage in some sexual acts. This is one
of the most common types of child abuse and more especially in third world countries in Africa
and Asia. This is because there are no strong institutions to follow up children cases and ensure
that they get justice.
Child neglect
Children need parental care up to the age of 18-21 years of age depending on the law(s)
that govern children and children rights in that country. Neglect refers to the act or a situation
where a child has been left alone or with people who are not able to sufficiently take care of the
kid. It is very difficult to define this type of abuse on paper since there are many scenarios that
may amount to child neglect while others may be contracting. Leaving a child to be exposed to
either mental or physical harm or not providing the necessary care to a child (Starr and Wolfe,
1991).
Emotional abuse
This involves inflicting mental or emotional injury or not ensuring that a child is in a safe
situation that cannot stress...

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