Respect for privacy and factual perspectives

Privacy intrusion has been cited as a major issue in the quest to establish cases of child abuse in the society. With strong requirement for evidence it has been very hard to investigate cases of abuse without intruding into the caregiver’s privacy. A children support hot line should be established for faster response without privacy invasion for the guardians. Physical evidences inform of bruises, burns, cuts and bites should always be scanned and retained with the legal attorneys as evidences.Use of signs that are direct indicators of possible abuse should be encouraged before getting into major investigations. Besides, all the information gathered from individual and children should be made as private as possible (Emily, 2006). The federal child abuse prevention and treatment act, 42 USC, 5106a (b) requires strong protection and high confidentiality of the parents and guardians information with regard to child abuse (National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse, 2005).Besides, undercover investigators should gather information from all the sources like neighbors, class mates, family members and doctors privately without exposing any data or information to the public. Stiffer penalties should also be established for the investigators who do not uphold high privacy levels for the information gathered. Democratic principles in class and institutional management. Over the recent past countries like Vietnam and Austria have reported increasing levels of physical abuses in schools and institutions.This has been the case globally due to lack of democracy in managing the students. The students’ opinions and delineations should be incorporated during the major planning of the various activities. Major demands for playtime, socialization and club activities should be enhanced to reduce their resistance. Understanding the cultural backgrounds of the students and the age they are in as a major contributor to the students’ immediate behaviors, the teachers should assume the correct attitude for dealing with cases of discipline (Lisa, 2008).Besides, the grading system for different learning subjects and class activities should be similar for all the students to enhance competition and cohesion. To add to those weaker students should be assisted to operate from the same platform with others by dedicating more time to them. This would reduce major issues of fear and raise their self esteem for improving their ability instead of seeking other methods like drug abuse.Immediate leadership in the classes and institutions should be established democratically and by the students themselves as they chose the immediate leaders they can trust and thus feel free to communicate their views and any form of harassment and abuse. Also, I would encourage collaboration among the students as a major method of checking and ensuring that all the students act as their immediate classmates’ custodians in both literally and behavioral aspects for the classroom (National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse, 2005). Resolving disputes based on teachers codes of ethicsTo ensure smooth running and abuse free learning environment, children and teachers conducts should be based on direct rules and regulations that have well defined requirements and consequences of different actions. The teachers themselves must acknowledge the problem and be willing to rectify in order to prevent such recurrence. Small classroom issues require careful handling as they may blast into major issues. Where children have been abused to a greater extent, they should be involved with their guardians to clear the problem completely and assume normal lives (Harold, 2008).Suspensions and replacements would characterize strong abuse cases for the children in their learning environments. Frequent open meetings and forums between the students and their teachers as well as the management should be encouraged to create a positive child teacher relationship. Conclusion. Physical child abuse in the society has been a major contributor for the recurrence of the vice in the society. The abuse has major immediate physical as well as long term physiological effects to the children and the society.While majority of the victims have high chances of perpetrating the same to their children, the trend should be broken to free all the children by addressing the major causes. Personal issues and institutional policies should be harmonized to ensure that a linear ethical codes of conduct have been developed for all the students. Therefore cooperation between all the stakeholders should be stabilized with role models being rolled out for students to emulate in discipline and management aspects.Reference listEmily, D. (2006). Institutional child abuses in the society: A comparison of developed and developing countries, A journal of children psychology, (12)21, 45-54. Harold, V. (2008). Forensic Psychology and Neuropsychology for Criminal and Civil Cases. Washington: CRC Press. Lisa, A. (2008). Child Abuse and Culture: Working with Diverse Families New York: Guilford Press. 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