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Part III: Leitlun sualnak punzia

Leitlun Sualnak a punzia:

 

A hnualam pawl zoh asile laitlun milai pawl sualnak hi Sodom thawn danglamnak a nei ding maw si? Thlarau mit in zoh tikah sual thimnakin leitlun a khuhzia cu a lang. Pathian mithmuh ah ziangtluk fihnung si tak pei maw? Zesu in a ratsalnak ni a nai tikah Noah san (Mathai 24:37), le Lot san (Lk 17:28-37) sanah leitlun pumpi tidai thawn Pathian in a kholh zik tik can lai ih milai pawl vek in leitlun milai pawl an nungcang ding tiah a rak sim cia mi cu a thleng rero zo asi ti a fiang.

 

•       America ramsungah ziangtluk sualnak a pung ti asile, second 25 sungah voikhat zinin milai kutthlak awnknak a thleng; second 9 tinte in pakhat bauh (burglarized) asi; minute paruk tinte nunau pakhat pawngsual (rape) asi, minute 25 tinte mi pakhat thah in a um.

 

·        Mathai 24: 37:   Noah san laiih thil a cangmi vekin Milai Fapa ratnak caanah cun a cang ve ding

·        Luke 17:28-30: Lot sanih a rak si zo bangtuk in a si ve ding. Zozo khal zu an in, sa an ei; thil an lei, thil an zuar; thlai an ciing ih inn an sak. 29Lot in Sodom a tlansan ni ah van ihsin meisa le kaat ruahpi bangin a rung sur ih mi hmuahhmuah an thi heh. 30Milai Fapa a rung lang ni ah cun cuvek in a si ve ding.

 

 Leitlun Sualnak pawl: Ziangtluk in tuisan milai pawl an sual, Pathian thei loin an nung timi langtertu a hnuailam thu pawl vekin thlir khawm hnik uhsi.

  1. •       Thawngtla
  2. •       Kutthlak awknak
  3. •       Mithat
  4. •       Nupa sualnak
  5. •       Nu/nu pa/pa kawp aw
  6. •       Rit theih/drugs

 

1)      Leitlun Thawngtla: Thawngtla cu anmai umnak ram kumpi danding lai pahbal ruangah thawngin sungah an tlaknak asi: Rome 13;1--- vekin zumtu zokhal, an umnak ram kumpi danding lai thu hnuai ah nung ding tuanvo an nei cio.

 

Leitlun ah milai    9 million lenglo thawngin sungah an um

•          United States:  (2.03m), 2,245,189 prisoners 2006

•          China:  (1.51m plus ): 1,565,771;

•          Russia:  889,598;

USA in thawngtla tambik a nei:  milai 100,000 ah thawngtla 701  an um, Russia (606), Belarus (554), Kazakhstan and the U.S. Vi rgin Islands (both 522), the Cayman Islands (501), Turkmenistan (489), Belize (459), B e rmuda (447), Suriname (437), Dominica (420) and Ukraine (415). United Kingdom’: Milai 100,000 ah thawngtla 141 an um.

•          World Prison Population List  vekin leitlun thlawngtla minung an tam sinsin,

 71% ( 61%  Africa, 71%  Americas, 90%,  Asia, 66% Europe and 69% in Oceania).

Lakkhawmnak:   http://www.worldalmanac.com/blog/2007/12/world_inmate_populations.html

 

 

Ramtin Tlawngtla zat pawl

•          USA:      2,310,9842

•          China:   1,565,7713

•          Russian Federation: 880,6714

•          Brazil : 469,5465

•          India :   373,2716

•          Mexico:                227,7357

•          Thailand:             199,6078

•          South Africa :     163,4799

•          Iran:       158,35110

•          Ukraine:               144,38011

•          Indonesia            136,01712

•           Turkey 113,49313

•           Vietnam             92,15314

http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/law/research/icps/worldbrief/wpb_stats.php?area=all&category=wb_poptotal

 

USA: Thlawngtla cazin

•          June 30, 2008 —

o   – 2,310,984 prisoners were held in federal or state prisons or in local jails – an increase of 0.8% from yearend 2007, less than the average annual growth of 2.4% from 2000-2007.
– 1,540,805 sentenced prisoners were under state or federal jurisdiction.

o   – there were an estimated 509 sentenced prisoners per 100,000 U.S. residents – up from 506 at yearend 2007.

o   – the number of women under the jurisdiction of state or federal prison authorities increased 1.2% from yearend 2007, reaching 115,779, and the number of men rose 0.7%, totaling 1,494,805.

•          At midyear 2008, there were 4,777 black male inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents being held in state or federal prison and local jails, compared to 1,760 Hispanic male inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents and 727 white male inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents:

 In 2005 there were an estimated: State Prisoners:

•          687,700 state prisoners serving time for a violent offense.

•          248,900 property offenders and

•          253,300 drug offenders.

•          http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/prisons.htm

 

•           

Kutthlak awknak: Violence

Baible in simcia vekin a thleng rero zo:

Mathew 24: 37 “Noah san laiih thil a cangmi vekin Milai Fapa ratnak caanah cun a cang ve ding.”

Sem. 6:5,6,11: “Pathian cun leilung par milai hmuahhmuah cu an ha lozet ih an thinlung ah ruahnak siava lawnglawng a khat ti kha a hmuh tikah,6leilung parih milai a tuah cu a sir-aw sal ih a riah a siazet…. 11Sikhalsehla midang hmuahhmuah cu Pathian ih mithmai ah an siavazet ih an siatnak cu khuazakip ah a zai vivo.”

•       Voikhat cu America ramah nauhak pa te in a pa kha meithal in a kap that. Ziangruangah na kap that tiah an sut tikah “Milai thisen suak ih thih cuahco laifang ka zoh duh” a ti.

•       Vietnam ral lai ah kum 8 le hrek sungah American mi 58,000 an thi. Asinan, tui sanah Vietnam ral lai ih thi hnakin America ram sungah nitin a thi rero hi a letli in an tam sawn.

•       FBI in an simdan vek asile 1994 kumkhat sungah milai 24, 530 thah an tuar. Bureau of Justice Statistics in a simdan vek asile kum 1992 kumkhat sungah 1.1 million kutthlak awknak (violent) a cang ti asi. A tambik cu kumkul hnuailam nauhak pawl thah awknak asi.

•       Hliakhlai nak vek asile American ramih thanglian mi nauhak te pakhat in kum 15 a kim tikah milai thah awknak hi TV sungah 35,000 lenglo a hmu ding ih a dang kuthlak awknak 200,000 hnakih tam amit in a hmu ti asi.

•       America ramsungah ziangtluk sualnak a pung ti asile, second 25 sungah voikhat zinin milai kutthlak awnknak a thleng; second 9 tinte in pakhat bauh (burglarized) asi; minute paruk tinte nunau pakhat pawngsual (rape) asi, minute 25 tinte mi pakhat thah in a um.

 

Tuah That:  Murders

Showing latest available data. Rank  Countries Amount #

1   India:               37,170 

2   Russia:            28,904 

3   Colombia:      26,539 

4   South Africa:                21,553 

 5   United States:16,204 

6   Mexico:          13,144 

7   Venezuela:   8,022 

8   Philippines   :6,553 

9   Thailand:        5,140 

10   Ukraine:       4,418 

11   Argentina:   3,453 

•          http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/cri_mur-crime-murders

•          (ACCESSED, Oct 21, 2009)

•          DEFINITION: Total recorded intentional homicides, completed. Crime statistics are often better indicators of prevalence of law enforcement and willingness to report crime, than actual prevalence.

•         
SOURCE: The Eighth United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (2002) (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Centre for International Crime Prevention)

 

Pawngusal: Rapes (most recent) by country

•       Showing latest available data. Rank  Countries Amount

•          # 1   United States:95,136 

•          # 2   South Africa:52,425 

•          # 3   Canada:24,350 

•          # 4   Australia:15,630 

•          # 5   India:15,468 

•          # 6   Mexico:14,373 

•          # 7   United Kingdom:13,395 

•          # 8   Germany:8,615 

•          # 9   France:8,458 

•          # 10   Russia:6,978 

•          # 84 countries

•          Total:329,708  Weighted average:3,925.1  

•          Sources; SOURCE: The Eighth United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (2002) (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Centre for International Crime Prevention) via NationMaster

•          http://www.nationmaster.com/red/graph/cri_rap-crime-rapes&b_printable=1

 

American Nauhak pawl sualnak

•          Mibur umkhawmnak ah khrihfa biaknak sakhua cangvaihnak an khap vivo ih an do ruangah siseh Bible thurin milai nuntu khawsak dan pawl an dodal ih an khap vivo ruangah American nauhak pawl cu sualnak lamzin an santilian in a fen rero asi tiah an sim.

•       Hliakhlai nak vek asile American ramih thanglian mi nauhak te pakhat in kum 15 a kim tikah milai thah awknak hi TV sungah 35,000 lenglo a hmu ding ih a dang kuthlak awknak 200,000 hnakih tam amit in a hmu ti asi.



· 437 zu/siri in motor mawng palik in an kaih mi nauhak zat
· 211 nauhak sitha lo hmangin kaih mi
· 1,629 pitling thawngin sungah a ummi nauhak zat
· 30 nauhak meithal thawn hliammi
· 10 children are killed by guns
· 135,000 in nauhak pawlin meithal tlawngah an keng

•          Source: http://www.worthynews.com/1710-persecution-of-christians-growing-in-the-united-states

 

 

Thuphan per:
Thawirualin mi pakhat in Nitin voi 200 tluk thuhan per?  Tiah an sim.

•          Most people lie to others once or twice a day and deceive about 30 people per week.
The average is 7 times per hour if you count all the times people lie to themselves.
We lie in 30 to 38% of all our interactions.
College students lie in 50% of conversations with their mothers.
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10,000,000 milai pawlin IRS (tax department) an bum.

- 80% of us lie on our resumes.
- 70% of all doctors lie to insurance companies.
- 100% of dating couples surveyed lied to each other in about a third of their conversations.
- 20% - 30% of middle managers surveyed had written fraudulent internal reports.
- 95% of participating college students surveyed were willing to tell at least one lie to a potential employer to win a job, and 41% had already done so.

•          http://www.geocities.com/changes1611/sins22lies2.html:

Sources:
1. The study was conducted by Dr. Bella DePaulo, described in Allison Kornet, "The Truth about Lying," Psychology Today, Vol. 30 Issue 3 (May/June 1997), p. 53.
2. Kenneth Labich, "The New Crisis in Business Ethics," Fortune Vol. 125 No. 8 (April 20, 1992).
3. Valerie Frazee, "Students Tell Tales to Win Jobs," Personnel Journal Vol. 75 No. 10 (October 1, 1996).

•          Samuel V. Bruton
Asst. Professor, Dept of Philosophy and Religion
University of Southern Mississippi.
http://ocean.otr.usm.edu/~sbruton/Lying.html   (emphasis ours)

•          "In one experiment, the diaries kept showed that the student participants lied in 77 per cent of their conversations with strangers, 48 per cent with acquaintances and 28 per cent with good friends."

•          [Summarised from an article by Cherry Norton, entitled 'Liars unmasked by the way they speak', in the Sunday Times and from an item by Nigel Hawkes, entitled 'Truth to tell, liars are not easy to spot', in the Times (Sept 8th '97).]
http://www.globalideasbank.org/wbi/WBI-23.HTML

•          "Dr. Charles Ford, author of "Lies! Lies!! Lies!!!", says that the average Joe lies seven times an hour -- if you count all the times people lie to themselves. Dr. Ford is a psychiatrist and professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham."
http://www.nlag.net/Sermons/Transcripts/mjdeadmendont.htm    (emphasis ours)

 

 

•       ( Malaysia Chin Refugee pawl: Refugee an dilnak lak ihsin 4% cu thuphan asi??????????????????)

 

•          "According to the U.S. government, more than 10 million working Americans are less than completely honest and revealing when they file their tax returns. ["to the tune of a $200 billion annual loss to the government," according to another reference to the same story.]

•          (1)Up to 35 percent of resumes contain lies, according to one company which screens applications for employers.

•          Seventy percent of doctors believe it’s ethical to deceive health insurance companies when they submit bills.

•          Attorneys, in most cases, aren’t supposed to present the truth; their job is to advance their client’s cases.
Fortune magazine published a . . . piece . . . titled the "The Art of Lying: Can It Be a Good Thing?" To win at business, you need to practice gaming ethics, which allows for tactics such as bluffing and artful negotiating that would be considered dishonest anywhere else."

•          People begin to believe their own manipulations and deceptions. And that can lead them to have very poor judgments."

Source: "How to deal with deception: Everybody tells fibs, but outright lying is a dead-end road in business."By Peter Korn, http://www.news.onvia.com/x7683.xml (Emphasis ours.)

•          200 lies every day:

•          "Human beings--who, according to psychologist Gerald Jellison of the University of South California, are lied to about 200 times a day, roughly one untruth every five minutes--often deceive for exactly the same reasons: to save their own skins or to get something they can't get by other means.“

•          "How To Spot A Liar" By James Geary, London
Time Europe, March 13, 2000, Vol. 155 No. 10
http://www.time.com/time/europe/magazine/2000/313/lies.html      (emphasis ours)

 

Nu/Nu-Pa/pa nei aw

•       America ramah state pangah ah nu/u-pa/pa neih awk (Same-sex) an siang:  “ an siang” timi cu cozah in dan vekin neih awknak a tuahsak

 

2)      In Massachusetts

3)      Connecticut

4)      Iowa, and 

5)      Vermont, marriages for same sex couples are legal and currently performed.

Hminsin: In New Hampshire, same-sex marriages will begin on January 1, 2010.

•       In 1992, The Sex Information and Education Council of the United States came up with national guidelines for sex education in America’s public schools. These guidelines, from one of the most prestigious private educational groups in the country, now teach that "no form of sexual orientation or family structure is morally superior to any other." This move to teach America’s children to accept homosexuality received the official endorsement of the American Medical Association.[37]

States which previously allowed same-sex marriage:

•       In California, same-sex marriages were performed between June 16, 2008 and November 4, 2008. The marriages that were performed during this period are still recognized. On October 12, 2009, Governor Schwarzenegger signed SB 54 allowing same-sex marriages from other states or foreign countries performed on or before November 4, 2008, to be recognized as well.

•       In Maine, same-sex marriage would have started September 14, 2009, but was put on hold pending a people's veto.[1] The Maine legislation was subsequently defeated in the popular vote on November 3, 2009.[2]

•       States which recognize same-sex marriage but do not perform the rite:

•       In New York and Washington, D.C., same-sex marriages from other states or foreign countries are recognized but they are not performed.

•       In Rhode Island, two opinions of the attorney general suggest that same-sex marriages should be recognized, but a state Supreme Court opinion appears to contradict this position; same-sex marriages are not performed in Rhode Island

 

Nu/nu-pa/pa neih awk siang ram: International

1)      •       Netherlands,

2)      •       Belgium,

3)      •       Canada,

4)      •       Spain,

5)      •       Norway, and

6)      •       Sweden are the only countries in which the legal status of same-sex marriages are exactly the same as that of opposite-sex marriages

 

Nunau tha lo: nupa sualnak

 

•       In the U.S.A., as well as many other nations of the world, our societies have become the most sexually saturated societies in human history.

•    

•       America ramah nupa sualnak zuknung suahtu company pawlin kumtin $12 billion lenglo sum an ngah.  

•       1997 ah kumkhat sungah 665 million lenglo nupa sualnak video (pornographic videos) an zuar.  

•       Nupa sualnak zukzung retnak website (Internet) 72,000 (pornographic sites) a um. . Nupa sualnak phone kawh awknak (Sexually explicit "900 number" phone calls), kumtin  $2.4 billion-a-year industry lenglo sum an lalut.

 

 

Pumsung naute tla: ABORTION

 

Zate kawm: 1920 – 2008 (cazin record neih mi): nui pumsung ih naute thah mi pawl kawmkhawm hi;

•        858,000,000 cazin record neih mi

•        961,000,000 a zaten report pek lo mi thawn asi ding ti zum asi.

•        1,206,000 leitlun pumah thlatin pumsung thah mi zat. Thlatin leitlun milai pawlin milion khat leng lo naute pumsung ta an thah ringring tinak asi.

 

 (http://www.johnstonsarchive.net/policy/abortion/wrjp339.html)

 

 

Leitlun pum: WORLD:

•      Source dang in a sim dan vek asile,  Kum 1920 ihsin 2000 tiangah leitlun pum ah million 527 to 836 tluk naute thah asi.  (1920-2000):

•       Kumtin te leitlun pum in naute 46 tluk nui pumsung ah thah an si.

•       Cumi lakah milion  20 tluk cu cozah dan lenglam ah thah mi an si.

USA:

•    Kum 1970 ihsin 1995 karlakah, America ramah naute   29,247,142 cu pumsungah thah an si tiah report pekmi ngah asi. ( legal abortions were performed in the United States, 1970-95. (Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Vol. 47 No. SS-2)

 

 Incidence of Abortion

•       49% of pregnancies among American women are unintended; almost half of these are terminated by abortion.

•       In 2000, 1.31 million abortions took place, down from an estimated 1.36 million in 1996. From 1973 through 2000, more than 39 million legal abortions occurred.

•       Each year, 2 out of every 100 women aged 15–44 have an abortion; 48% of them have had at least one previous abortion and 61% have had a previous birth.

•       An estimated 43% of women will have at least one abortion by the time they are 45 years old.

 

USA: Mipi, cozah tangka hman mi ( Public Funding)

•       The U.S. Congress has barred the use of federal Medicaid funds to pay for abortions, except when the woman's life would be endangered by a full-term pregnancy or in cases of rape or incest.

•       About 14% of all abortions in the United States are paid for with public funds, virtually all of which are state funds. 17 states (Ala., Ariz., Calif., Conn., Hawaii, Ill., Mass., Md., Minn., Mont., N.J., N.M., N.Y., Ore., Vt., Wash., W.Va.) pay for abortions for some poor women.

•       Without publicly funded family planning services, an estimated 1.3 million additional unplanned pregnancies would occur annually; about 632,300 would end in abortion.

•       Source: Alan Guttmacher Institute, In

Mibur Thah AWKNAK

•       Genocide in the 20th Century

•       Bosnia-Herzegovina: 1992-1995 - 200,000 Deaths

•       Rwanda: 1994 - 800,000-1,000,000 Deaths

•       Pol Pot in Cambodia: 1975-1979 - 2,000,000 Deaths

•       Nazi Holocaust (jews): 1938-1945 - 6,000,000 Deaths

•       Rape of Nanking: 1937-1938 - 300,000 Deaths

•       Stalin's Forced Famine: 1932-1933 - 7,000,000 Deaths

•       Armenians in Turkey: 1915-1918 - 1,500,000 Deaths

Pawngusal: Rapes

Showing latest available data. Rank  Countries Amount

•          # 1   United States:95,136 

•          # 2   South Africa:52,425 

•          # 3   Canada:24,350 

•          # 4   Australia:15,630 

•          # 5   India:15,468 

•          # 6   Mexico:14,373 

•          # 7   United Kingdom:13,395 

•          # 8   Germany:8,615 

•          # 9   France:8,458 

•          # 10   Russia:6,978 

•          # 84 countries

•          Total:329,708  Weighted average:3,925.1  

•          Sources; SOURCE: The Eighth United Nations Survey on Crime Trends and the Operations of Criminal Justice Systems (2002) (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Centre for International Crime Prevention) via NationMaster

•          http://www.nationmaster.com/red/graph/cri_rap-crime-rapes&b_printable=1

Pawngsual: Rape

•          American ramah nunau paruk lakah pakhat cun a damsung ah pawngsual silole pawngsual dingin zuamtaihnak a tawng ( culakah 14.8% cun pawngsual an tawng taktak ih; 2.8% cu pawngsual dingin hmuhsuam tawng an si.

•          17.7 million American nunau pawl hi pawngsual lole pawngsual tum in hmuhsuam tawng ah an si.

•          Pawngsual mi lakah pahra ah pakua cu nunau an si, kum 2003.

 

Sources: http://www.rainn.org/get-information/statistics/sexual-assault-victims

Damsung pawlsual tawngdah tu pawl zatek:

•  Nunau zate lakah: 17.6%

•         Mirang nunau: 17.7%

•         Midum nunau: 18.8%

•          Asian Pacific Islander women: 6.8%

•          American Indian/Alaskan women: 34.1%

•          Mixed race women: 24.4%

•          Children

•          15% of sexual assault and rape victims are under age 12.3

•          29% are age 12-17.

•          44% are under age 18.3

•          80% are under age 30.3

•          12-34 are the highest risk years.

•          Girls ages 16-19 are 4 times more likely than the general population to be victims of rape, attempted rape, or sexual assault.

•          7% of girls in grades 5-8 and 12% of girls in grades 9-12 said they had been sexually abused.4

•          3% of boys grades 5-8 and 5% of boys in grades 9-12 said they had been sexually abused.

•          1995, local child protection service agencies pawlin an hmuhsuak mi cu nauhak  126,000 pawl hi pawngsual silole pawngsual dingin hmuhsuam tawng pawl an si.

•         cumi lakah;

*  75% cu nunau nauhak an si,

•          30% tluk cu nauhak kum 4-7 karlak an si,  

•          93% nauhak pawngsual tawngtu pawlin anmah pawngsualtu pawl cu an theih mi an si, 

•          34.2% pawngsualtu pawl cu anmai insang mi an si,

•          58.7% were acquaintances.

•          Only 7% of the perpetrators were strangers to the victim.

Thu Lakkhawmnak:

National Institute of Justice & Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Prevalence, Incidence and Consequences of Violence Against Women Survey. 1998.

•          U.S. Department of Justice. 2003 National Crime Victimization Survey. 2003.

•          U.S. Department of Justice. 2004 National Crime Victimization Survey. 2004.

•          1998 Commonwealth Fund Survey of the Health of Adolescent Girls. 1998.

•          U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. 1995 Child Maltreatment Survey. 1995.

•          U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics. 2000 Sexual Assault of Young Children as Reported to Law Enforcement. 2000.

•          World Health Organization. 2002.

•          U.S. Department of Justice. 2005 National Crime Victimization Survey. 2005.

 

 

 Insang mi pawngsual: Incest

•          Naunak pawngsual mi lakah 46%  pawl cu anmai insang milai pawl pawngsual mi an si.

 

Insang pawngsualnak statistics hrekhat lakkhawm mi pawl:

•          (Langan, Patrick and Caroline Harlow. (1994). Child Rape Victims, 1992. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice

•          Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice.)

•          11% of rape victims are raped by their fathers or step-fathers, and another 16% are

•          raped by other relatives while they were children.

•          (Langan, Patrick and Caroline Harlow. (1994). Child Rape Victims, 1992. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice

•          Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice.)

•          The study of a nationally representative sample of state prisoners serving time for violent crime

•          in 1991 showed that of those prisoners convicted of rape or sexual assault, two-thirds victimized

•          children and almost one-third of the victims were the children or step-children of the assailant.

•          (Greenfield, Lawrence, (1996). Child Victimizers: Violent Offenders and Thier Victims: Executive Summary.

•          Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention,

•       U.S. Department of Justice.)

•       Approximately, 28% of adult victims are raped by husbands or boyfriends, 35% by acquaintances, and 5% by other relatives.

•       (Violence Against Women. Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, 1994.)

•       Incest has been cited as the most common form of child abuse. Studies conclude that 43% of

•       child victims are abused by family members, 33% by somone they know, and the remaining 24% are sexually abused by strangers.

•       (Hayes, Robert. (1990, Summer). “Child Sexual Abuse.” Crime Prevention Journal.)

•       There is evidence emerging that as many as one in three incidents of child sexual abuse are not

•       remembered by adults who experienced them, and that the younger the child was at the time of

•       the abuse, and the closer the relationship to the abuser, the more likely one is not to remember.

•       (Jim Hopper, Ph.D., Child Abuse Statistics, Research and Resources. www.jimhopper.com, 2004.)

•       Less than 3 percent (2.5%) of parents committed sexual abuse; however, 28.9 percent of

•       other relatives, 19.3 percent of daycare providers, 16.4 percent of residential facility staff, and

•       11.2 percent of unmarried partners of parents committed sexual abuse. More than

•       one-third (36.9%) of perpetrators who were in “other” types of relationships to the child victims—

•       including camp counselors, school employees, and hospital staff—committed sexual abuse.

•       (Child Maltreatment Report 2002. National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect. (2004).)

•       Sources: Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault:

 

 

 

 

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