Utter dependency need to belong want kids to be open

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Chapter 4 / Exercise 02
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Utter dependency – need to belong, want kids to be open to receiving love and able to give love – finding where the line is too complex to appropriately tackle Long maturation process Potentially obscured in the family institution but exposed w/o them Reliance on adult advocacy 4 components of Sexualisation of Childhood 1. Sex appeal singled out 2. Physical attractiveness equated to being sexy 3. Sexual objectification 4. Sexuality inappropriately imposed Nothing is taboo when talking about sex except pedophilia – yet we have an advertising culture that caters to pedophilia Negative consequences: - Cognitive/emotional - Mental and physical health Inventing the Intimate – Boothby Public vs. private Sexuality as a marker for uniqueness Confuses the public and private, sexually obsessed or sexually repressed Society is fascinated by sex and also fearful of it Freud’s fear of sexual repression and societal consequences: modern sexuality revolves around compulsive expression of a desire that frustrates us more than anything else insofar as it remains mostly unsatisfied
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- Attitude and beliefs - Impact on others and society Consent Laws Age varies around the world 11-18 Key Factors: marriage, power relations, age difference, type of sexuality Foucault – lower age of consent, children should be able to decide if the sexual act was consensual/violent Defining Abuse Child Abuse – while in care of someone they either trust or depend on Sexual Abuse and exploitation involves using a child for sexual purposes Complicating Factors Institutional structures – role of trust and role of power - Parents don’t want to believe their child is being sexually abused: don’t want to believe harm is taking place + don’t want to believe someone they know could administer the harm Sexualisation of culture and childhood Line btw victim and villain – abuse cycle Dilemma of sexual freedom Educational Points: Avoid stereotype of stranger danger, offenders typically offend alone, not just men, different levels of risk, most perpetrators assault children known to them Jewish Sexual Ethics Judaism – a worldview, a way of life, a specific social group Religions take up urgent questions and anser them Two Foundations Religious: - Israelite religion (under Moses) – written tradition, law handed down to Moses - Judaism (after Babylonian exile) – after the diaspora, oral tradition passed down along with the Torah TaNakh and Talmud: written and oral Torah Israel – various meanings Entire nation descended from Jacob and his twelve sons (12 tribes of Israel) Northern kingdom during the era of the divided monarchy In Jewish texts written Hebrew, Jews almost always refer to themselves as the people of Israel Modern Jewish state funded in 1948 Genesis 1 – first book of Torah First problem is that Adam is alone Genesis 2 Maybe foundation for marriage, instruction of the idea ‘Setting Em Up’ Personal, Familial and Institutional Grooming in the Sexual Abuse of Children – Anne-Marie McAlinded Grooming

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