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HV6626.5.C4716 2009
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TITLE: Child abuse / Heidi Williams, book editor.
SERIES: Opposing viewpoints series
SERIES: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
PUBLISHED: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2009.
DESCRIPTION: 247 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 234-237) and index.
NOTES: What constitutes child abuse? Spanking should be illegal / Kerby Alvy ; Spanking should not be illegal /Debra Saunders ; Religion is child abuse / Richard Dawkins ; Religion is not child abuse / ; Parental drug use is considered a criminal act in some states /Child Welfare Information Gateway ; Parental drug use should not be considered a criminal act / Sarah Blustain ; Sibling bullying is child abuse / Shelley Eriksen and Vickie Jensen ; Poverty is child abuse / Nicola Jose -- What causes child abuse? Broken homes increase the risk of child abuse / Jill King Greenwood ; Military deployment increases the risk of child abuse / Paul J. Fink ;The Internet fosters child pornography and child abuse / Brian Bethune ; The Internet fosters child sexual abuse by educators / Lesli A. Maxwell ; Homosexual men are more likely than heterosexual men to sexually abuse boys / Brian W. Clowes and David L. Sonnier ;Homosexual men are not more likely than heterosexual men to sexually abuse boys / Joe Kort --How does child abuse affect its victims? Abuse may disrupt brain development in children /Harvard Mental Health Letter ;Children exposed to domestic violence suffer emotional and behavioral problems /Avril Roberts ;Abuse in childhood impacts the sexual, reproductive, and parenting behaviors of young men
NOTES: Patricia Paluzzi and Abby Kahn ;Unreleased emotions from child abuse can create devastating anger /Jon O. Neher ;Many victims of sexual abuse by priests commit suicide /Teresa Malcolm ;The ability to recover from childhood abuse depends on family and community support /Victoria L. Banyard and Linda M. Williams --How can child abuse be prevented? Early intervention can prevent sexual abusers who are children from becoming pedophiles /Angela Neustatter ;Education programs for emotionally and behaviorally impaired teens can prevent child abuse /Catherine Roberts,Adequately screening adults in child-serving o
SUBJECT: Child abuse.
SUBJECT: Child abuse--Prevention.
SUBJECT: Child abuse--Religious aspects.
ADDED ENTRY: Watkins, Heidi.

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