Child abuse is
not restricted to any particular part of society it can be found
anywhere regardless of the race, religious or economic divides in
society. One of the problems is the social perception of what is
abuse and is not abuse. Regardless of the fact that a child is
being abused and shows physical and or mental signs of this
geosocial attitudes of the people around the child may not even
accept this is the case. This has been highlighted recently in the
press in the UK in certain cases where the defendants have tried to
put the blame on to the child for promiscuity (Case
Rotherham Child abusering).
Child abuse is not just restricted to the home although evidence tells us that 80% of all cases the abuser is familiar to the child and show more content
The fact remains it is a wide spread problem that has traditionally been covered up to protect reputations be it families or individuals, institutions and even misguidedly justified to protect the childâs reputation.
There are numerous forms of child abuse and this is where peopleâs perception can be jaded for example some element of society depending on background and especially geosocial backgrounds differ from the social norms in the countries they now live which has an effect on their perception of what is child abuse. People in all corners of even the UK may have differing ideas on what constitutes abuse and where one sees child abuse another may see it as legitimate punishment or instilling respect and not as abuse. Luckily these days more information is in the public domain and taught to children in schools so they themselves can identify abuse.
What is child abuse? It can be both physical abuseincluding sexual or mental abuse and a combination of both. Babies are not immune and can suffer horrific abuse but even cases of
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