Clergy Sexual Abuse: Social Science Perspectives

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Provide straightforward feedback about when and where behaviors are appropriate. S. children. [153] Family situations which place children at risk include moving, unemployment, and having non-family members living in the household. Child abuse, whether through violence, emotional abuse, or sexual molestation, breaks faith with the obligation owed to all children. If the concept were really understood, a large part of the drug problem would also be understood.

Pages: 216

Publisher: Northeastern (June 11, 2013)

ISBN: 155553810X

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