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Teachers`role and preception in cases of child sexual abuse in Nigeria


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Title: Teachers`role and preception in cases of child sexual abuse in Nigeria
Authors: Akinriyibi, Akinlabi Sunday
Issue Date: 17-Aug-2021
Degree: Student Essay
Series/Report no.: Master
VT21 IPS PDA184
Keywords: child sexual abuse
teacher´s role
sex education
Abstract: Aim: This study is an advancement on previous knowledge to investigate teachers' understanding oftheir role in the cases of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA). It examines the child's protective initiative adopted in the school, and to understand the challenges teachers encounter when handling sexual abuse cases in Nigeria. Theory: Feminist theoretical framework of sexual education concerning CSA-prevention Method: The study adopted qualitative method and interview-based design, an exploratory approac... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69382
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