Social Belonging And Child Abuse

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The third, and final, basic need in analysis is social belonging. Social belonging describes the positive relationships between an individual and others. For those children living in an unsafe environment, the incidents of abuse and neglect are more common (Child Trends, 2013). Abuse and neglect are ways that create a sense of social exclusion between a child and their abuser. Especially when the abuser is a figure in the child’s household, subsequently, the child will not have the support system to help them succeed in academic endeavors. In the school environment, those students who are bullied face the challenge of feeling like an essential element of the school community, because they feel threatened by their peers. They are not able to

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