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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Sexual Abuse:-Sexual fondling, using a child in pornography, and making a child viewpornography all constitute sexualabuse, along with other forms of sexual contact.-Sexual offender is often a person the childknows and trusts, such as a family member, a family friend, a child care worker, a school employee, or even a clergy member.-The abuser can also be an older child, an adult, or even a parent.-Sexual predators can prey on a child on the internet by pretending to be someone else. -Paternity: Action in court to establish fatherhood.-Nobody can be forced to marry someone against his/her will.-Blood tests can be used to prove if a man is a childs father or not.-DNA tests are 99.9% accurate Child Abuse:-Child abuse takes place when any adult or older child inflictsor threatens to inflict intentional physical, emotional, or sexual harm on a child.Child Neglect: -Child neglect occurs more often than childabuse and invloves the failure to properlyfeed,clothe,shelter,educate,supervise,or tend tothe medical needs of a child. Support:The most basic responsibility of parents is to support theirminor children.Each parent must pay an equalammount of money for their minor child. Emancipation:-Parents legal responsibility ends when their children become emancipated.-Emancipation means that children are free from the legal controland custody of their parents.-Emancipation normally takes placewhen a child turns 18 in most states,-can petition to be emancipated at an earlier age. Family Responsibility Laws:These are laws that require adult children to care for elderly parents. Education:-All children have a rightto a free public schoolthrough the twelfth grade.-School attendance is generallyrequires for children ages 7to 16, although state laws canvary.-A child who misses school without justification is considered truant. Chapter 32: Parents and Children S
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