The premise taken here is that in order to understand abuse, there must be an account of the individual's sense of being, as this relates to wider issues of the political economy. Arising from this observation, I consider how the care of children may be a manifestation of the social order. This thesis is therefore also a critique of the present theory and practice of working within. It has been accepted for inclusion in All Theses and Dissertations by an authorized. measures of childhood physical abuse and sexual abuse. Derived from this exploration, the key concepts of patriarchy, alienation and mystification inform the direction of the empirical investigation. The empirical investigation, using firstly autobiographies of childhood and then direct interviews with children, explores further.
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Hence abuse can be seen as the experience of hurt and pain, either emotional or physical, and which takes place in a relationship based on the parental domination, control and exploitation of the child.