CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE: HOW MUCH DO FUTURE TEACHERS AND SCHOOL COUNSELORS KNOW?

Abstract

Author(s): T羹rkan DO?AN, znur BAYAR

The aim of this research is to determine the level of knowledge and knowledge of child sexual abuse of undergraduate students studying at the educational faculties differs according to the taking a course about sexual abuse. The research data were obtained using the Sexual Abuse Information Form and the Personal Information Form created by the researchers. Study group consisted of 216 students. The frequencies and percentages were calculated on the data obtained from the participants. In addition, the chi-square test was used to examine whether the answers given to the items in the information form differ according to whether or not participants took courses on sexual abuse. When the findings were examined, participants were found to have misinformed knowledge or lack of knowledge about child sexual abuse. Sexual abuse was found to be significantly different in terms of reporting obligation among participants who did or did not take courses related to sexual abuse. The findings were discussed in the light of the literature and suggestions were presented.

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