Child abuse essays

The module starts from the proposition that the study of social policy includes much more than the study of western welfare states. It examines critically the ways in which societies and communities from the local to the transnational, not just governments, address (or fail to address) basic needs. The module uses a selection of policy examples which aim to address a range of basic needs such as access to paid employment, healthcare, schooling, citizenship, family benefits, in and out of work benefits, pensions, affordable housing, adult care, early childhood education and care. It will look at aspects of these through various analytic lenses, including the impact of policies on social divisions, and the roles of neoliberalism, globalisation, social investment, human development, social development, antiracist and feminist perspectives. The module includes a ‘regional’ approach, covering some of the following: the European Union; Latin America; North America; sub-Saharan Africa; East Asia; the Indian sub-continent. The most prominent approaches to comparative social policy are pervasive, namely: regime analysis, path dependency/institutionalism, and convergent functionalism.

Some are of the exclusive type where the individual is sexually attracted only to young persons. Others are of the non-exclusive type where there is also some attraction to other adults.  2

They may be sexually attracted to children of the same gender, the opposite gender, or to both genders.

Most mental health specialists agree that there is no cure for these disorders. However an e phebophile, hebephile, and pedophiles may be successfully treated so that they no longer act out their feelings of attraction by abusing young people.
The meaning of the term " pedophile " is in transition. Many people use the term to refer to a child rapist/molester. Law enforcement agencies often define it as including only those abusive pedophiles who have been found guilty of abuse in court. Unfortunately, this leaves no term for a person who feels sexual attraction to children, but does not act on their feelings.

States can support parental self-determination by changing their legal language from “custody” to “parenting” and by breaking down parental functions (.,  “decision making” and “residence”) instead of including them in the single term “custody.” Instead of a custody order, parents can create an individualized parenting plan without labeling one parent a “winner” or “loser.” States have also begun to support the movement toward parental self-determination through what Professor Jana Singer has labeled a “velvet revolution” in resolving parenting disputes — away from the courtroom toward meditation, parent education, and collaborative law. The policy goal should be to have as many parents as possible resolve their disputes themselves, reserving courtrooms for protection of safety and legal rights rather than parenting arrangements.

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Child abuse essays

child abuse essays

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