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Social Studies S.B.A | | | |
Name: Chevaughn Francis
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Content Page

Introduction Acknowledgement
Statement of the Problem
Aims
Reason for selecting the area of research
Method of the data collection
Design of instrument
Procedure used to collect data
Presentation of data
Analysis and Interpretation of data
Findings
Recommendation and Implementation strategy
Appendix
Bibliography

Acknowledgement

The successful completion of this study would not have been possible without the assistance and co-operation of my teacher Ms Brady, friends and family. Consequently, I would like to thank the children that have been abused in Mt. Lebanon, especially for their bravery and their massive support and valuable time spent on answering the questionnaires given. I would like to give lots of thanks to my family members for being a constant source of encouragement and assistance.
Finally yet importantly, I would like to thank my parents for relieving me from household duties during my studies, special thanks again to my teacher Ms. Brady who guided me every steps of the way through this exercise.

Introduction

Mt. Lebanon is a small district, which is, consists of approximately 200 household, which is located in the parish of St. Andrew. I have been a resident of Mt. Lebanon for 5 years. During the period, I have observed that the level of sexual child abuse is getting high.
I have further observed that the children that have been abuse are afraid to report the matter. It also seems that if the abuser talk out they would be beaten by parents or will be killed by the person who have abused them.
I have therefore, decided to conduct a survey to investigate the situation of sexual child abuse, to see how it has affected the victims and what needs to be done to solve this problem.

Topic

Prevalence and causes of child abuse in my…...

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