Title Student’s Name University Affiliation Child Sexual Abuse and Mental Health Sexual abuse is a problem within the society that is prevalent affecting both adults and children. Sexual harassment is any form of undesired sexual behavior towards a person without their consent; mostly force is used in sexual abuse. Children are natural victims of sexual abuse; abused mainly by close family members or friends. Sexual abuse takes many forms which include rape fondling exposure to voyeurism commercial sex as well as sexual assault (NSVRC 2012). Child sexual assault is considered maltreatment of children which includes both physical abuse and psychological abuse to the child being abused (NSVRC 2012). Sexual violence has both physical and mental effects on children and adults. Sexual child abuse is not rare and on average; one out of every four girls experiences sexual abuse whereas an average of one out of six boys experiences child through the use of the right channels and mental disorders from the abuse can be treated through therapy. References NSVRC. (n.d.). Understanding child sexual abuse definitions and rates . Retrieved March 8 2018 from www.nsvrc.org Meng X. & D’Arcy C. (2016 November 15). Gender moderates the relationship between childhood abuse and internalizing and substance use disorders later in life: a cross sectional analysis. Retrieved March 08 2018 from bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com consulting. (n.d.). The range of health impacts which can result from child sexual exploitation .Retrieved March 8 2018 from www.barnardos.org.uk M. & Hall J. (2011). The long-term effects of childhood sexual abuse: Counseling Implications.Retrieved from counselingoutfitters.com Mental health foundation. (n.d.). Fundamental Facts About Mental Health. Retrieved March 8 2018 From: www.mentalhealth.org.uk K. F. Lehavot K. Beadnell B. & Circo E. (n.d.). Childhood Abuse and Mental Health Indicators Among Ethnically Diverse Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Adults. Retrieved March 8 2018 from https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/955a/eabb3865c6ea9f2955e59365d37f514d54d4.pdf [...]
APA format. Analytical research paper posing the topic. "Is race and gender a factor in developed mental disorders of child sexual abuse victims?" Need a minimum of 4 sources. Appropriate sources would be: scholarly and academic articles, government websites, and book chapters. NO WIKIPEDIA, Professor has Safe Assign, Paper will be checked for plagiarism, 60% of class grade. Needs to be clear and concise.