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10th Ed. Chapter 19 Protecting Your Safety

10th Ed. Chapter 19 Protecting Your Safety - Chapter 19...

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Chapter 19: Protecting Your Safety Objectives Learning Objectives On completing this chapter, you will be able to: Define the terms intentional injuries and unintentional injuries and give three examples of each. List ways to reduce your risk of becoming a victim of violence. Define and describe three types of interpersonal violence. List five things women can do to reduce their risk of becoming a date rape victim and five things men can do to avoid perpetrating a date rape. Discuss different types of family violence, including intimate partner violence, child maltreatment, and the maltreatment of elders. Describe how guns and alcohol are related to rates of violent crime. Define identity theft, and list five strategies for protecting yourself from it. List ten things you can do to reduce your risk of becoming seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash. List ten things you can do to preventing injuries from occurring in your home. List five things you can do to prevent injuries during recreational activities. Terms and Definitions bias and hate crimes – criminal acts directed at a person or group solely because of a specific characteristic, such as race, religion, sexual orientation, background, or other difference.
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