The Cause and Effect of Childhood Physical Abuse in the Home
Sadness, fearfulness, loneliness, and depression are some result of some sort of abuse that a child experience. Physical abuse happens when people hurt a child and causing broken bones, burns, bruises, or cuts. Childhood abuse in the home is a central social problem. This is significant to me because people never knows what really happens to children behind closed doors. Childhood abuse can have long-term effects that continue in adulthood. The overall purpose of this study is to see what the leading cause of physical abuse in the home at a young age. Being this just a proposal, there is no physical research that been concluded. The basic design of the study is to gather enough information to help those who are dealing with this problem. There has been numerous of reports about physical abuse in the home. Parent or guardian tends to cause harm to his or her own children, which they are slapped, poisoned, kicked, or having objects thrown at them. The children are suffering the violence that are taking place at their home, somewhere they supposed to feel safe.
The Cause and Effect of childhood physical abuse in the home is the research topic that will be conduct in this research. This is very important because so many children get abuse in their home, a place they supposed to feel safe. The kids will grow up and have long-term effects. People will never know what happens to children behind closed doors. There is no excuse for physically abusing a child. This can lead to death and causes serious long lasting harm. Disregard is the most widely recognized type of kid abuse in the USA. It tends to be cause by inadequate parental learning; deliberate carelessness is uncommon. Child abuse is a misuse undeniable and unmistakable social issue today. The effect of child abuse influences more than one is youth, as the mental and physical wounds regularly expand well into adulthood. Most youngsters are expose against maltreatment, are reliant on their guardians, and cannot shield themselves from these demonstrations.
If the parents stop abusing their child or get some type of help, then the children will not have to suffer long-term effects and harm. We have to come together as a community to help these families out to put a stop to this social problem. My hypothesis will come from the cause and effect of childhood physical abuse in the home.
What cause child abuse?
Why does it start at home?
How the children being affected by physical abuse in the home?
What the leading cause of childhood physical abuse in the home?
Do parents or guardian feel good in harming their own child?
Why do you abuse your child?
When did the abuse being to start happening?
Who harm you?
What events lead to the abuse?
Where/how, did they harm you?
What time of day does this occur?
At what age did this start happening?
Do you feel safe with any other family member?
Is it just one abuser?
Did you tell anybody about the abuse?
In an article entitle, “Child physical abuse: factors influencing the associations between self-reported exposure and self-reported health problems: a cross-sectional study”, Sverdin and colleagues stated that child physical abuse (CPA) is a public health problem that result to poor health outcome. The point of this investigation was to look at which of the foundation elements of CPA submitted by a parent or other guardian identifies with self-detailed weakness among young ladies and young men (13; 15 and 17 years of age): culprit, a year ago introduction; seriousness and recurrence; financial load and outside foundation. Poor emotional well-being was likewise connect with mellow dad misuse if introduction amid the most recent year was account is. Seeing how extraordinary elements may add to various wellbeing results for uncovered kids is vital in future research and needs further investigations.
In another article entitle, “Parenting Programs for the Prevention of Child Physical Abuse Recurrence: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis”, Gardner F and other colleagues stated that child physical abuse is a worldwide concern. Traditionalist assessments set worldwide pervasiveness of this sort of abuse at 25%, its outcomes and cost to society raising with expanding recurrence and seriousness of scenes. Synthesis of the proof on child rearing projects for lessening rates of physical maltreatment recidivism have, to date, not possessed the capacity to set up viability. Strategy producers and professionals ought to been made mindful that this mediation technique is supported by promising proof highlighting unassuming yet huge decreases in hard markers of child physical maltreatment, despite the fact that the methodological strength of these discoveries ought to be additionally investigated in future research. ?
Data Collection/Research Method
The example gathering will incorporate portrayal from different socioeconomics. There will be 50 (25 kids/25parents or guardian) people to help with conducting this research. My research will be conduct from these following aspects, age (up to 10), ethnicity, economic background, and severity. Types of family is one other aspect I will include in the survey; two-parent home, single parent-mother headed, single parent-father headed, group home/foster home, and other.
According to wordpress.com, there were 78.3 neglect, 17.6 physical abuse, 9.2 sexual abuse, 8.1 psychological maltreatment, 2.4 medical neglect, and 10.3 other types of abuse. These are warning signs of child abuse and neglect statistics.
Survey: Perception of factors affecting child abuse
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Many children suffer from child neglect because the parents are not involved in their life, and they are incapable of raising their child.
Many children experience first-hand abuse in their home.
Child abuse can lead to death and cause long-lasting harm.
Many children suffer child abuse because of their conditions of poverty
Child abuse is a misuse undeniable and unmistakable social issue today.
The specific purpose of the study and the research questions it attempts to answer, the cause and effects of childhood physical abuse in the home. This study should been done to help families and put a stop to child abuse so therefore the children will not have a long-term effect later on in life. This research problem is worth been investigated because child abuse is the number one social issue today. This research is unique because people does not actually doing research where the problem actually starts. There are all types of abuse such as neglect, physical, sexual abuse, psychological maltreatment, medical neglect, and other. This should advance existing knowledge because it will show people how this is a major issue that we should not choose to ignore.
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Mcleigh, J. D., Mcdonell, J. R., & Lavenda, O. (2018). Neighborhood poverty and child abuse and neglect: The mediating role of social cohesion. Children and Youth Services Review, 93, 154-160. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.07.018
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Nikulina, V., & Widom, C. S. (2014). Do race, neglect, and childhood poverty predict physical health in adulthood? A multilevel prospective analysis. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38(3), 414-424. doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.09.007
NSPCC. (n.d.). What is physical abuse. Retrieved from https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/child-abuse-and-neglect/physical-abuse/what-is-physical-abuse/
Vlahovicova, K., Melendez-Torres, G. J., Leijten, P., Knerr, W., & Gardner, F. (2017). Erratum to: Parenting Programs for the Prevention of Child Physical Abuse Recurrence: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 20(3), 366-366. doi:10.1007/s10567-017-0238-1