An Empirical Study on the Effects of Abuse Faced by Children in Modern Era

  • Shree Rupika R.
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  • Shree Rupika R.

    Student at Saveetha School of Law, India

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This paper outlines the study on child sexual assault. The terms sexual assault can be understood as sexual behaviour or a sexual act upon a women, man or child which acts as a violence which the attacker uses against someone they perceive as weaker than them.The researcher has followed the descriptive research method using a convenient sampling method The sample size of the study is 230. The independent variables taken here are gender, age, educational qualifications, occupation, marital status. The dependent variable are the causes of child sexual abuse, opinion of the people when they see a child being abused, sexually abused person tend to, responsible persons for the negligence of child sexual abuse to happen , overcoming from the impact of child sexual abuse, satisfaction on the measures taken by the Indian constitution on prevention of child sexual abuse.The result observed from the study is that most people are unaware of the seriousness of this issues and it was found that the child sexual assault happens because of the negligence of the parents.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 4, Page 2684 - 2701


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