Introduction Child abuse has been the most intriguing issue in most of the third world countries. The primary individual who receives more trauma, humiliation and stigma is the child. Abuse is not a good way to support the growth and development of the children. It is not also supported by the people namely social workers because of the negative effects that it may bring to the children which might reflect in their future self.
Child Abuse: Literature Review: Effects Of Child Abuse
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After all, women are not the only sex to experience adolescent abuse. Which raises the question what relationship to child abuse and pregnancy do men have? Bringing males into the picture could open a whole other door to the root of the issue of child abuse and adolescent pregnancy. Children who experience abuse and neglect are at a high risk for illicit drug and alcohol abuse as an adult Herrenkohl, Substance and alcohol abuse can not only create further health problems for the victim, but it can also affect pregnancies in abused victims. The harm on a fetus caused by maternal smoking, alcohol use, or illicit drug use can range from developmental delays to infant drug dependency. In a NIDA-funded study, it was found that child rape victims, compared to those who were not raped, were more than three times as likely to have used marijuana, six times more likely to have used cocaine, and more than ten times as likely to have used drugs other than cocaine such as heroin Swan,.
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Child abuse and neglect occur in epidemic numbers in the United States and around the world, resulting in major physical and mental health consequences for abused children in the present and future. A vast amount of information is available on the signs and symptoms and short- and long-term consequences of abuse. A limited number of instruments have been empirically developed to screen for child abuse, with most focused on physical abuse in the context of the emergency department, which have been found to be minimally effective and lacking rigor. This literature review focuses on physical, sexual, and psychological abuse and neglect, occurring in one or multiple forms polyabuse. A systematic, in-depth analysis of the literature was conducted.