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Causal Analysis of Child Abuse

Summary: This essay talks about the causes and affects of child abuse. When i wrote this essay I put the web address directly into the paper. That is NOT proper MLA format... so if you want to use a direct quote, you will need to go to that website in order to find the paragraph it is in.
More children (age four and younger) die from child abuse than any other single leading cause of death for infants and young children. (http://www.childhelpusa.com/) Abuse has many forms. It can be physical, psychological, verbal, and can even take the form of neglect. Whether or not the abuse is intended, over four million cases are reported each year, or on a daily average, every ten seconds. (http://www.childhelpusa.com/)

Yet the question remains, what causes child abuse? According to Mom's and Dad's Magazine (http://www.zipmall.com/moms-causes.htm/) teen parenting is a leading cause. With the multitudes of stresses put on teen parents, many turn their frustration towards their children. These stresses include unwanted pregnancy, birth defects, financial difficulties, insufficient parenting skills, single parenting, and depression.

One of the largest stresses put onto teenagers is an unwanted pregnancy. There are not very many teenagers...

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