Volume No. :   9

Issue No. :  1

Year :  2019

ISSN Print :  2231-1149

ISSN Online :  2349-2996


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Child Sexual Abuse: Is it an ordinary problem in the Society?

Address:   Ramesh Murlidhar Shinde1, Dr. Mrs. Vaishali Tendolkar2
1Lecturer, Mental Health Nursing, College of Nursing, Government Medical College and Hospital, Aurangabad, (Maharashtra) India.
2Associate Professor, SRMMCON, Department of Mental Health Nursing, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences, (DU), Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha, (Maharashtra) India.
*Corresponding Author
DOI No: 10.5958/2349-2996.2019.00006.5

The child sexual abuse is a common problem in the society. Important thing is the negativity, which affects victims, fellows, families and then the society. In the present study, we have discussed briefly the scope and consequences of child sexual abuse and critiques child-focused personal safety educational programs designed to prevent sexual victimization. The final section offers suggestions for expanding the focus of child-directed efforts and also includes recommendations for alternative approaches to primary prevention. This review discussed identification of the effective solution to support parents, parenting, and efficacy of developing parent-teacher leaders on prevention of child sexual abuse literacy among parents. A systematic search of key electronic databases was undertaken to identify systematic reviews evaluating approaches to parenting support. The parents and the educators play main possible roles in the educational success of students. Parental involvement and home-school partnerships have been researched and addressed at the national, state, and local levels. Therefore, in the face of uncertainty as to whether aetiologies of the various forms of child maltreatment are similar or different, a diverse range of approaches to prevention research should be encouraged. Parent education can promote well-being and strengthen families and communities to prevent child abuse and neglect. Successful parent education programs help parents acquire and internalize parenting and problem-solving skills necessary to build a healthy family. Research shows that effective parent training and family interventions can change parents' attitudes and behaviors, which further promote protective factors, which results in the positive outcomes for parents and children as well. Considering this situation, there is strong evidence to say that "Prevention is better than cure.”Hence parents need to be educated as leaders in the community along with teachers for timely and better results of prevention. The review states the importance of educating mandatory reporters and suggests inconclusive findings of sex differences in child abuse recognition parental self-efficacy.
Child sexual abuse, ordinary problem, society.
Ramesh Murlidhar Shinde, Vaishali Tendolkar. Child Sexual Abuse: Is it an ordinary problem in the Society?. Asian J. Nursing Education and Research. 2019; 9(1): 27-34.
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