Child Abuse: Teachers' Attitudinal Difference Between Japan and the United States
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Child abuse has become a more serious problem every year. Large numbers of children suffer child abuse and many of them die because of this abuse. Those abused children need help; it is difficult for authorities to give them help. However, teachers can be one source of the help for abused children, since they spend long amounts of time with them in the classroom. Through the survey, this thesis discusses teachers' attitudinal difference toward child abuse between Japan and the United States. The result of the survey revealed that, compared to the Japanese teachers, teachers in the United States have better knowledge about child abuse and give more attention to children when they show any signs of child abuse.
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