Chapter 7 Reflection Assignment

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Question Description

Part 1:

You will be submitting a reflective response to the textbook chapter for this module.

The “reading response” assignment is a technique for engaging in a dialogue with the instructor. The dialogue should be academic in nature, but can also be personal as you relate the information to your life. Do not simply tell me what the chapter presented. Instead, SHOW ME that you have read and understood the chapter by integrating information from it into your more personal, reflective thoughts on the topic. The “reading response” entry should respond to one of the following questions:

Chapter Seven: Sexual Abuse

1. In what ways is it easier to determine that sexual abuse has occurred as compared to other types of maltreatment? In what ways is it more difficult? Do you think Sexual abuse offenders should be treated differently like offenders of other abuses? How and why? (At least 400 words)

Part 2:

Sexual Abuse Discussion

Here you will discuss various thoughts, observations, disagreements, etc. related to this module and your own perspectives. You are encouraged to include your personal experiences and observations as part of these discussions. (At least 200 words)

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peachblack
School: UCLA

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Running head: SEXUAL ABUSE

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Sexual Abuse
Student’s Name
Course Number – Name of Course
University Name
Instructor’s Name
Date

SEXUAL ABUSE

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Sexual Abuse
Ways is it easier to determine that sexual abuse
In most cases, it is not easy to determine that sexual abuse has occurred when a child is a
victim. There are instances when one can easily observe a child and conclude that he or she has
been sexually molested. Children who have been sexually abused may be ashamed or afraid to
report or reveal to friends or relatives and may choose to remain silent over it (Deblinger et al.,
2015). However, there is a time when even if a child keeps quiet overt it, one can tell that sexual
abuse occurred. The easiest kind of sexual abuse to detect is sexual penetration (Deblinger et al.,
2015). Sexual abuse which involves penetra...

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