Mostly yes.. but the government is finding out a solution thanks for asking!
Nursing home abuse is not very common in the United States. There are very few cases where the elderly in need of assistance are being abused whether verbally or physically.
yes child abuse is common but sometimes it's a child lying and making a false accusation, sadly=(
1. Child abuse 2. Animal abuse 3. Police utality
It is likely that they have a more reasonable definition of 'abuse' or that there is simply more reports in the US.Even within the US, the definition of child abuse varies from state to state. The reporting and data collection methods in China are very different than the US methodology. And as previously mentioned, the definitions of child abuse differ.
yes because if you cause an harm to your child its counted as child abuse
Some of the books that are helpful in preventing child abuse are "Understanding Child Abuse & Neglect", "Child Abuse: Implications for Child Development and Psychopathology (Development Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry)", and "Child Abuse and Culture: Working with Diverse Families".
No not with child abuse, but child endangerment. She will be charged with abuse if she abuses her child! (i am a law enforcement officer)
the one who see child abuse
Child abuse is a epedemic
Yes, because our basic understanding of human anatomy is definitely a part of biology, and this understanding allows us to know how much force is required to create the injuries seen in child abuse situations.
Yes; physically hitting or hurting your child in ANY way is child abuse.
Substance and child abuse are similar because they both are the resulting direction of one's emotions. In substance abuse, the person tries to drown out their emotions by drinking. In child abuse, the person takes their emotions out on the child.