A collection of essays about child abuse discusses the seriousness of the problem in the United States, measures that can be taken to reduce child abuse, and the effectiveness and legality of laws regarding child abusers.
How serious is the problem of child abuse -- How can child abuse be prevented? -- How should the government deal with child abusers and sex
Child abuse is a serious national problem / Bob Herbert -- child abuse in America is declining / St. Louis Post-Dispatch -- Child abuse perpetrated by women is a serious problem / Carey Roberts -- Child abuse by siblings is a serious problem / Kyla Boyse -- Internet child sexual predators are a prevalent problem / Greg Abbott -- Laws against spanking can reduce child abuse / Emily Bazelon -- Spanking laws are not an effective method of child abuse prevention / Debra J Saunders -- Federal laws regulating social networking web sites can prevent sexual exploitation / Michael G. Fitzpatrick -- Federal laws targeting social networking web sites are harmful / Wade Roush -- Social and educational programs can prevent child abuse / Fight Crime: Invest in Kids -- Better parent-child communication can prevent child abuse / Jonel Aleccia -- Observers must confront abusive parents to stop child abuse / Ursula A. Falk -- The government should remove child abusers from their families / Maria Elena Salinas -- The government should seek to preserve and help troubled families / Mike Arsham -- Child predators need both punishment and treatment / Jake Goldenflame -- Child predators should be executed / Dave Gibson
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