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Preventing and Overcoming Abuse Lesson 5 Pgs. 348-353

Preventing and Overcoming Abuse Lesson 5 Pgs. 348-353. Preventing and Overcoming Abuse. Objective 1: Describe types of abuse and responses to abusive situations. Objective 2: Develop healthy strategies that help prevent physical, sexual, and emotional abuse.

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Preventing and Overcoming Abuse Lesson 5 Pgs. 348-353

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  1. Preventing and Overcoming AbuseLesson 5Pgs. 348-353

  2. Preventing and Overcoming Abuse • Objective 1: Describe types of abuse and responses to abusive situations. • Objective 2: Develop healthy strategies that help prevent physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. • Objective 3: Determine the legal and ethical ramifications of harassment, date rape, and sexual abuse.

  3. Types of Abuse • Abuse • The physical, mental/emotional, or sexual mistreatment of one person by another. • Affects people of all economic, racial, and ethnic groups. • Fact: Most common among people involved in close relationships. • 1) Physical Abuse • The intentional infliction of bodily harm or injury on another person. • Ex: Slapping, punching, kicking, biting, shaking, beating, or shoving another person. • Or inflicting injury using weapons or belts • Abuse is not the victims fault • http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/showbiz/2010/08/13/am.costello.domestic.violence.cnn?iref=videosearch

  4. Types of Abuse continued… • 2) Emotional Abuse • Verbal Abuse-Using words to mistreat or injure another person. • Ex: Name-calling, hurling insults, and yelling in a threatening way. • Can harm a persons mental/emotional health by making the person feel stupid, worthless or helpless. • Stalking-The repeated following, harassment, or threatening of an individual to frighten or cause him or her harm. • Ex: Following a person, standing outside their home, repeated phone calls. • Victims may often feel anxious, nervous, and unsafe. • Fact: Each year as many as 200,000 people are victims of stalking.

  5. Dating Violence • Dating violence includes… • All forms of abuse– physical, emotional and sexual. • Some teens may make the mistake that dominant treatment by a girlfriend or boyfriend as an expression of caring • Possible signs…. • Jealousy • Attempts to control a partner’s behavior • Use of insults or put-downs to manipulate a partner • Use of guilt to manipulate a partner

  6. Date and Acquaintance Rape • Date Rape- • Occurs when one person in a dating relationship forces the other person to participate in sexual intercourse. • Often the attacker is known in such cases • Both males and females may be victims • Acquaintance Rape- • Occurs when someone known casually or considered a friend forces a person to have sexual intercourse. • All forms of rape may be traumatizing or leave lasting emotional scars. • http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=2143964n&tag=mncol;lst;2

  7. Alcohol, Drugs, and Date Rape • Fact:Research shows that alcohol use is involved in as many as two-thirds of date rape cases involving teens and college students. • Date-Rape Drugs can include… GHB or Rohypnol “roofies” • What is Rohypnol? • A strong depressant drug that is sometimes used in treating insomnia, or the inability to sleep. • Can be placed in food or drinks without a person knowing • Can cause the person to blackout, and become an easy target • What can you do? • Never leave your drink unattended at a party • Pair up with someone you trust to keep tabs on each other.

  8. Overcoming abuse • Remember…they are a victim, they did nothing wrong • 1) If you know someone who has been raped, call the police • 2) Seek medical attention and be sure to get a pregnancy test • 3) Speak with a caring, trusted and knowledgeable adult, such as a parent or a counselor. (figure 13.3) • Cycle of Violence • Victims may see this as a “normal” way of life • How to break it? • Provide parents and prospective parents with opportunities to learn about family life. • Support and counseling

  9. Show Video • Sunburst online video, “Violence in the Family” • Pass out worksheet to go along with the video.

  10. Interactive Study Guide • http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0078726549/359995/InterActCh13Ls4.html

  11. Flashcards • http://www.glencoe.com/qe/efcwin.php?qi=10384

  12. Online practice quiz • http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078726549/student_view0/chapter13/online_quizzes.html

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