The Explanation Behind Runaway Children

May 8th, 2015
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This research paper focuses on the reasons why runaway children and teens runaway from home and the consequences they are likely to suffer. This would be beneficial for someone in a Psychology, Forensic Victimology, or a subject area that focuses on children.

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The Explanation Behind Runaway ChildrenChemire BrownWashington Adventist UniversityAbstractThe purpose of this paper is to address the issues and causes of children that run away from their own homes. There are many reasons why children including teenagers engage in such activity and think its alright to do so. What many runaway children and teens fail to realize before they leave home are the risks and consequences that they may come across. Many children dont consider much before they run off and decide to take matters into their own hands. Problem solving skills are important for a child to understand and consider as they become older. There are different solutions to prevent children from running away as well as help out there to support runaway children. Some children may have no choice, but to leave home or that they cant come home depending on their situation.A huge issue that needs to be understood is runaway children. Some of the results from this are kind of surprising. There are many reasons why children decide to temporarily or permanently leave their homes. Some of these children have no choice, but to leave. Others just wish to do so because they wish to have more freedom to do what they wish or to get away from their own problems. There are consequences to running away, especially if the child is a female. Runaway children are found between the ages of 10-18. Children from different backgrounds d

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