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April 29, 2011

A Guide to the Child Abuse Hotline

A Guide to the Child Abuse Hotline

What is the Child Abuse Hotline?The Child Abuse Hotline is a toll-free phone number that provides counseling, assistance, and support to children who are 鈥 or have 鈥 been the victims of child abuse; the Child Abuse Hotline is a service provided by the umbrella charity organization called 鈥楥hildhelp鈥, which was founded in 1959 in order ...

April 29, 2011

10 Fact About Child Abuse That You Must Know

10 Fact About Child Abuse That You Must Know

What is Child Abuse?Child Abuse is defined as the mistreatment of children or minors, resulting in a variety of harmful and damaging results with regard to both the safety and wellbeing of the victim. Child abuse can range in the details and circumstances in which the offense takes place; child abuse can take place in a direct, physical fashion ...

April 29, 2011

A Guide to Understanding Child Abuse Cases

A Guide to Understanding Child Abuse Cases

What are Child Abuse Cases?Child Abuse Cases are classified as the varying nature inherent within the wide 鈥 and circumstantial 鈥 expanses of child abuse offenses. Child abuse is defined as the purposeful and intentional mistreatment of a child, which can range from physical to verbal in nature; physical child abuse cases may include the ...

April 29, 2011

An Exploration of the Causes of Child Abuse

An Exploration of the Causes of Child Abuse

What are the Causes of Child Abuse?The identification of specific events and circumstances perceived to act as catalysts and Causes of Child Abuse has been a goal of sociologists, psychiatrists, behavioral specialists, medical professionals, counselors, and law enforcement agents.However, due to the expansive nature of child abuse 鈥 resulting ...

April 8, 2011

Consequences of Child Abuse

Consequences of Child Abuse

What is the Legal Definition of Child Abuse?The illegal act of child abuse is formally defined as the general mishandling--through unlawful wrongdoing, neglect, or unethical activity--of a minor or child. As a result of this loaded definition, child abuse can range in severity and in nature; child abuse can be a physical, emotional or psychological ...

April 8, 2011

Child Abuse and Neglect

Child Abuse and Neglect

What is Child Abuse and Neglect?The illegal act of child abuse and neglect is formally defined as the general mishandling--through unlawful wrongdoing, neglect, or unethical activity--of a minor or child. Child abuse and neglect can be a physical, emotional or psychological attack on a minor or child, as well as the impediment of any basic ...

January 13, 2011

Child Abuse

Child Abuse

What is Child Abuse?     Child Abuse is a criminalact that is defined as an overarching mismanagement, mishandling, and action with regard to the treatment of a child or an individual legally-classified as a minor. Child Abuse can range in its classification; oftentimes, the abuse of a child will be indicative of two ...

December 20, 2010

Child Abuse Facts

Child Abuse Facts

What is Child Abuse?Child Abuse is classified as the general mishandling and wrongdoing with regard to a child or an individual considered to be a minor. Child abuse can range from neglect to aggravated assault of a child. Child abuse can be psychological, physical, emotional, and sexual in nature. It can mirror any type of abuse directed ...

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Reporting Child Abuse

Reporting Child Abuse

The United States possesses stringent laws in regards to child abuse.

Simple Guide to Child Abuse Law

Simple Guide to Child Abuse Law

Though laws will prove to differ from state to state and country to country, one particular aspect of laws that tend to be fairly standard is child abuse laws.

Child Abuse Overview

Child Abuse Overview

Child abuse is a term that is used in various manners, particularly in the realm of law, to describe the unjust treatment of children by their immediate guardians, whether it be parents or legal guardians.

Ways to Combat International Child Abuse

Ways to Combat International Child Abuse

Developing effective methods of combating international child abuse is difficult and tricky because many countries do not maintain or enforce child abuse laws.

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The International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect is an international child abuse prevention organization, which brings together professionals of various fields from around the world in order to establish new and effective methods to treat and prevent child abuse.
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Child abuse is not just a severe problem on a national level, it is a growing international pandemic.
International Child Abuse Network International Child Abuse Network
The International Child Abuse Network functions with one mission: to help stop child abuse and end the cycle of abuse world wide.
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Child abuse continues to be an increasing problem in the United States.
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A child abuse forum is a place that any individual can go and read about other people's abuse stories, experiences and concerns.
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