The Familial Ramifications of Child Abuse

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The Familial Ramifications of Child Abuse:
A Critical Review of the Scope and Sentiment of Selective Sources
Abstract
Child abuse can occur in a variety of modes—modes that are often quite explicit (e.g., physical abuse or sexual abuse): however, more subtle, yet equally pervasive forms of abuse exist as well (e.g., emotional abuse or neglect). Furthermore, the victims of the abuse, perpetrators of the abuse, and the venues where the abuse occurs vary considerably as well. There are no guarantees that the gender or sex of a child will automatically exempt her or him from abuse—the same holds true with regard to the relationship status of the perpetrator and victim. In other words, child abuse can occur at home, school, or even a community...
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