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Focus on Families and Communities". I added a section to the article V. Analysis to this class assignment. This section "knocks" systems theory a little, as well as other firmly held beliefs. Although boys are sexually abused as well as girls, the research done so far to date is mostly based on girls.

Sexual abuse of boys is equally as important as that of girls. Most of this paper reflects the research on girls, however. This definition expands the traditional definition of incest to include sexual abuse by anyone who has authority or power over the child. This definition of incest includes as perpetrators: What is paramount is the imbalance of power.

Approximately one out of four American women have been sexually abused as children, most by someone they knew. There are many acknowledged problems with even this research, but the greatest is this: It is my Blume's experience that fewer than half of the women who experience this trauma later remember or identify it as abuse. Therefore, it is not unlikely that more than half of all women are survivors of childhood sexual trauma. Individuals both influence their environments and are influenced by them.

Processes of mutual influence generate change and development. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. A family can be thought of as a " holon , simultaneously a whole and a part of a larger system. The study of the family must begin with the relationship and interactions each member has to each other. In systems theory, higher levels can control lower levels.

The individual members are both unique individuals and part family at the same time. Within the family boundary are its members and their roles, norms, values, traditions, and goals, plus other elements that distinguish one family from another and the social environment There are three subsystems in a family system: The power structure in healthy families is hierarchical, with the parents sharing equal power and children having input in a democratic fashion.

Yet, it is clear the parents are parents, and children are children. While status refers to the position and implies rank in a social hierarchy, " role refers to the more dynamic aspects of the position, it is more to do with what the people in various positions do or are expected to do In the family, individuals only exist within the context of the roles and statuses they occupy.

Unhealthy family systems have almost closed boundaries with fixed and rigid connections or no connections whatsoever. Almost everything is fixed and rigid: The father can rule his family and limit their behavior. It is the feedback loops that maintain the system functioning In closed systems families the feedback loops are negative and work to keep the system frozen and unchanging. This is called dynamics homeostasis Feedback is also maintained in families by overt and covert rules that govern the system Positive feedback challenges destructive and unexamined rules, both overt and covert.

John Bradshaw demonstrated the concept of dynamic homeostatic principle by using a mobile of a family. After starting the mobile, it always stops in the same place.

Virginia Satir also used the analogy of a mobile to illustrate how the family members are interrelated. In making a family mobile, all members of the family must be taken into consideration and arranged accordingly in order to balance the mobile. For a family to be healthy, fathers and mothers must have a good sense of who they are, evidenced by good communication skills, healthy ego boundaries, and flexible roles.

Each parent must be healthy in order to have healthy relationships. Intimacy requires that power be shared in the relationship. Since children don't have equality with their parents, the nature of the parental-child relationship is not nor should it be intimate. If the marriage is dysfunctional, the family members are stressed and adapt dysfunctionally. Krugman discussed the concept of triangulation across generations as the basic pattern in the organization and transmission of family violence.

The child may also be assigned the role of surrogate parent for the other children or, in the case of father-daughter incest, the role of surrogate wife. With the resulting role confusion , father-daughter incest is a kind of functional adaptation by a family to severe role strain. Henderson, , Lustig, et. Fathers are often authoritarian and physically abusive within the family Weiner, but incompetent as providers Cormier, et.

Mothers, for their part, are either unwilling or unable to fulfill parental functions Browning and Boatman, They are ill, still heavily under the sway of their own families, or uncomfortable with the responsibilities of motherhood. In addition to tension with their husbands, they have strained and alienated relationships with their daughters.

In this situation, incest is a possible outcome and sometimes even a solution to the family dilemma. Depressed, incapacitated, and subservient, many mothers are unable to provide any protection for their daughters. They are peripheral family members. Norms consist of all the agreements, formal or informal, explicit or implicit, which regulate and give order and purpose to a system Social norms are experienced by individuals as expectations, the expectations of other people as well as the expectations that emerge from the self as a function of participation with other people Norms evolve through democratic as well as nondemocratic processes.

Children inherit the rules and norms that their parents internalized from their families of origin and through their parents' interaction with their environment. In order for a marriage to be healthy there has to be some compromise and eventual consensus about which rules and norms will be used by the family.

Children readily accept most rules and norms because they want and need to belong to their family. Children are considered "good" if they obey. To disobey is to "rock the boat" and to risk being considered "bad" or "crazy". In dysfunctional family systems, members often have to sacrifice their individual identities and relinquish boundaries to maintain the survival of the system.

Calof has identified a number of family proscriptions, injunctions, and victims scripts in an incestuous family. They are listed here in a somewhat abbreviated form:. Among the most common criteria used to determine status are: A position has a higher status if its occupants have more prestige, are wealthier, and are able to wield authority.

Women are discriminated against in the workplace. A woman earns approximately 70 cents for every dollar a man makes. Jobs that are available to her are mostly low-paying and dead-ended. It is no wonder that most women are "bare-foot, pregnant, and the in the kitchen". If women divorce their perpetrator husbands they may end up on welfare if they have no job skills or limited job skills. She may enter the dreaded "cycle of poverty" and doom her offspring.

If she works, she probably won't find a job that pays enough to pay for child-care. She may be wary of leaving her children with a babysitter who may be a perpetrator.

Most communities don't provide child-care at reasonable costs to working mothers. Some women feel they have no choice but to stay in a relationship with a perpetrator and try their best to prevent further victimization of their children. While dating, mother may be bringing in men who may prey upon her children if they get the opportunity. If women remarry, they could be putting their children, especially their daughters, at risk of sexual abuse.

The most obvious ones are not only that the daughter of women who remarry are at much greater risk of being sexually abused by their stepfathers, but that it is a substantial risk Another implication of these findings is that women with daughters might be more cautious about marrying again if they were to recognize the consequent risk to their daughter. Women and children have been traditionally the property of men to do with as they wish. The idea of a woman much less a child having rights to their own body is indeed a new idea.

Communities vary in the degree in which they tolerate domestic violence but "the house is still the man's castle. Society as a whole tolerates if not out-right condones, "double standards" i.

Society as a whole believes in the sex-role stereotypes. Girl babies wear pink and boy babies wear blue. Girls play with dolls and boys play with trucks. Women are passive and seductive, while men are aggressive and dominating. The sex-role stereotyping translates into women being viewed as sex objects are treated accordingly not only in the home but at work and in the community-at-large.

It is one way in which men, the dominant status group, control women. To maintain control, men need a vehicle by which women can be punished, brought into line, and socialized to a subordinate status. Sexual victimization and the threat of it are useful in keeping women intimidated Brownmiller, Inevitably the process starts in childhood with the victimization of girl children The cultural beliefs that underpin the male-dominated system contribute to making women and children sexually vulnerable.

T he oppression of women as wives and workers promotes the sexual victimization of their daughters. The dominant society blames its victims. The child is blamed for her his sexual abuse:

Non-Sexual Worksite Harassment Is More Harmful

Let's say Kelly gets a promotion that many of her colleagues have been competing to get. Not long after she gets the promotion, she finds an envelope on her desk. It contains a graphic photograph of an African-American being lynched and an unsigned note telling her to "watch her step.

Kelly tells her supervisor about the note. But his response is to roll his eyes and say, "What can you do? People are jealous of you around here. Kelly may have a viable claim for workplace harassment on the basis of race. It is possible for coworkers to harass one another on the basis of race, national origin, etc. However, if the racial, religious, sexual orientation, national origin, etc. Our California labor and employment lawyers recommend that employees facing harassment on the basis of a protected category like race, age, or disability take the following steps:.

Sometimes employees are afraid to take action if they are harassed because they worry that they will be fired. But in fact, the FEHA strictly forbids any retaliation including wrongful termination against employees who exercise their rights under California harassment law or participate in harassment investigations. It is a rare California employer that actually condones racial, religious, national origin, or other protected category harassment in the workplace.

Our California labor and employment attorneys advise our employer clients to take the following five steps to prevent harassment in the workplace:.

Of course, even taking all these measures is not a guarantee that incidents of workplace harassment will not occur. But even if they do, employers can minimize the damage from a harassment incident with an intelligent and thorough response to any harassment complaint. Our attorneys want to hear your side of the story. We may be able to get your charges reduced or even dismissed altogether.

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An employee can sue an employer for non-sexual harassment by a non-supervisor only if the employer was negligent. Anti-harassment training is one way for California employers to prevent workplace harassment. Government Code GC -- Employers, labor organizations, employment agencies and other persons; unlawful employment practice; exceptions [California harassment law].

Harassment of an employee, an applicant, an unpaid intern or volunteer, or a person providing services pursuant to a contract by an employee, other than an agent or supervisor, shall be unlawful if the entity, or its agents or supervisors, knows or should have known of this conduct and fails to take immediate and appropriate corrective action. An employer may also be responsible for the acts of nonemployees, with respect to sexual harassment of employees, applicants, unpaid interns or volunteers, or persons providing services pursuant to a contract in the workplace, where the employer, or its agents or supervisors, knows or should have known of the conduct and fails to take immediate and appropriate corrective action.

In reviewing cases involving the acts of nonemployees, the extent of the employer's control and any other legal responsibility that the employer may have with respect to the conduct of those nonemployees shall be considered. An entity shall take all reasonable steps to prevent harassment from occurring. Loss of tangible job benefits shall not be necessary in order to establish harassment. Sexually harassing conduct need not be motivated by sexual desire.

A The person has the right to control the performance of the contract for services and discretion as to the manner of performance. B The person is customarily engaged in an independently established business. C The person has control over the time and place the work is performed, supplies the tools and instruments used in the work, and performs work that requires a particular skill not ordinarily used in the course of the employer's work.

Just as important, or even more so, can be the desire for companionship. As clinical psychologist Pamela Stephenson Connolly wrote in her Guardian sexual healing column last month, "It's perfectly reasonable to want a partnership where sex is unimportant, and to actively seek this.

And there are certainly others who feel the same way as you. While conventional dating methods may have fallen flat for asexual people in the past, this is one place where dating apps can offer people a unique proposition: This helps asexual people combat shame and stigma, break free from expectations, and find like-minded individuals.

It states, "Asexuals can be part of traditional couplings, be a non-sexual loving partner of a polyamorous loving many person or perhaps part of a group marriage or some other non-conventional relationship. There are no rules dictating how non-sexual love is expressed. Many asexuals consider their relationships to be outside the experience of our culture.

It's up to us to make up words to describe our bonds with other people. Some asexual people interested in relationships don't have a gender preference for prospective partners. However, realising at a later date that you're potentially asexual while you're in a relationship whereby sex has been a part of your lives can become contentious, because of the impact on your partner.

The tension between a sexual partner and an asexual partner can be an insurmountable obstacle for some, however, success of "mixed" sexuality relationships can happen.

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