Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Research on Ways to Educate Children on How to Avoid Sexual Abuse: A Case of Vietnamese Children
Ho Tra Giang
Keywords: Harassed Victims, Sexual Harassment, Perceptions of People, Effect.
All children in the community are at risk of being sexually abused, including those living in poor or well-to-do families. Not only girls but also male children can become victims of sexual abuse. Child sexual abuse not only causes scars on their bodies, but also children who suffer the scars. It is worth mentioning that after being abused, victims often do not or dare to talk about what happened to them. Most sexual abusers are men and most children are abused by people they know, like relatives, family friends, or neighbours, etc. Sometimes this abuse goes on for a long time, even years. A common trick of the subjects is to take advantage of their trust or influence to seduce and threaten to commit acts of sexual abuse against children. The article analyzes the factors leading to this situation, especially in Vietnam, in order to find suitable solutions. The results show that close coordination between family, school and society plays an important role.
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