Rape and sexual assault
Most commonly a rape victim is a young female however men and children can also be targeted for this crime. According to Welch and Mason (2007), the victim usually knows the perpetrator and this maybe one reason that although the abused may seek medical attention, the aggressor may not be identified and consequently goes unpunished, free to commit the same injustice again (p. 2). The common physical consequences of rape are unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV). Treatment options are available and up to 80% effective if a clinical regimen treatment is strictly followed with in the appropriate time frame (Welch and Mason, 2007, p.4). Rape is the among the greatest cause Post Traumatic Distress Syndrome (PTSD) which immediately presents with symptoms such as self-...
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...gression and violence in children and adolescents (p. 735). Moreover, the link between aggression and touch deprivation is further supported by Field (2010) which suggests that French adolescents are less aggressive than their American counterparts because French parents are more physically affectionate than American parents. Further it is also implied that the benefits of this positive touch translates to a less violent adult population, in particular in marital relationships where parents often touch one another (p.370). While touch deprivation in the elderly population does not usually present as aggression, instead the common symptoms are irritability, communication issues, depression and also eating disorders.
I 've never wanted
something more. But it seems to
be received the least.
CITE: Maria Cordero MAR 20
I need to know I 'm alive
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