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  • 141 Politics of drug abuse — Most countries have legislation designed to criminalise some drug use. Usually however the legislative process is self referential, defining abuse in terms of what is made illegal. The legislation concerns lists of drugs specified by the… …

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  • 142 Scouting sex abuse cases — are situations where youth involved in Scouting programs have been sexually abused by someone who is also involved in the scouting program (an adult scout leader, or more rarely, a fellow scout). In some instances, the victims have laid formal… …

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  • 143 Curial response to Catholic sex abuse cases — The Curial response to Catholic sex abuse cases was a significant part of the Church s response to Catholic sex abuse cases. Contents 1 Initial response 2 Crimen Sollicitationis controversy 3 2003 Vatican Conference on Sexual Abuse …

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  • 144 Inhalant abuse — This article is about non medical use of inhalants. For medical inhalants, see List of medical inhalants. Huffing redirects here. For other meanings, see Huff (disambiguation). Sniffing glue redirects here. For the punk zine, see Sniffin Glue.… …

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  • 145 Narcissistic abuse — is a term that emerged in the late twentieth century, and became more prominent in the early 21st century. It originally referred to a specific form of emotional abuse by narcissistic parents of their children parents who require the child to… …

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  • 146 Iraq prison abuse scandals — About six months after the invasion of Iraq rumors of Iraq prison abuse scandals started to emerge.The best known abuse incidents occurred at the large Abu Ghraib prison. Graphic pictures of some of those abuse incidents were made public. Less… …

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  • 147 Prisoner abuse — Criminology and penology Theories Causes and correlates of crime Anomie Differential association theory Deviance …

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  • 148 Verbal abuse — (also called reviling) is a form of abusive behavior involving the use of language. It is a form of profanity in that it can occur with or without the use of expletives. Whilst oral communication is the most common form of verbal abuse, it… …

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  • 149 Laws regarding child sexual abuse — Sex and the law Social issues Age of consent · Antisexualism Censorship · Essentialis …

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  • 150 Child sexual abuse accommodation syndrome — (CSAAS) is a nondiagnostic syndrome developed by Roland C. Summit in 1983 to describe how he believed sexually abused children responded to ongoing abuse. Roland Summit developed the theory in 1983 to describe how children resolve the experience… …

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  • 151 Faith Chapel Church ritual abuse case — The Faith Chapel Church ritual abuse case was a case of a developmentally disabled individual charged with child sexual abuse in 1991 as part of the satanic ritual abuse moral panic. After a seven month long trial the accused was found not guilty …

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  • 152 Penn State sex abuse scandal — Contents 1 Background 2 Grand jury i …

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  • 153 Substance abuse prevention — Substance abuse prevention, also known as drug abuse prevention, is a process that attempts to prevent the onset of substance use or limit the development of problems associated with using psychoactive substances. Prevention efforts may focus on… …

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  • 154 Clandestine abuse — is sexual, psychological, or physical abuse that is kept secret for a purpose, concealed, or underhanded. [1] Child sexual abuse is often kept secret: A victim of child sexual abuse is under a great deal of pressure to keep the abuse secret. In… …

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  • 155 Child sexual abuse in New York City religious institutions — has presaged or echoed that which has occurred and emerged elsewhere in the United States and Europe. The cases documented here, so far, reach back to the 1970s but have mostly come to light since 1990. This is a listing, and account, of notable… …

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  • 156 Oak Hill satanic ritual abuse trial — The Oak Hill satanic ritual abuse trial occurred in Oak Hill, Austin, Texas. Fran Keller was the proprietor of a small day care, taking care of preschool children out of their own homes with the assistance of her retired husband, Dan. In the… …

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  • 157 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (US) — Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act Full title An Act to amend title 11 of the United States Code, and for other purposes. Acronym BAPCPA Colloquial name(s) Bankruptcy Reform Enacted by the …

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  • 158 Drug abuse — DiseaseDisorder infobox Name = Drug abuse ICD9 = ICD9|305.9 Drug abuse has a wide range of definitions related to taking a psychoactive drug or performance enhancing drug for a non therapeutic or non medical effect. All of these definitions imply …

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  • 159 Child abuse — is a very complex and dangerous set of problems that include child neglect and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse of children. Although most people think first of physical abuse when they hear the term, physical abuse makes us 25 percent… …

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  • 160 child abuse — In its most general sense, child abuse refers to the maltreatment or injury of a child by an adult or adults. Such abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual, or a combination of all three. It might be perpetrated by one person or by several,… …

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