Hacettepe Üniversitesi Öğrencilerinin Çocuk İhmal ve İstismarı Hakkındaki Bilgi Düzeylerinin İncelenmesi
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The research was carried out on Hacettepe University children's development, pre-school teachers, classroom teachers, social work, psychology, and sociology senior students. A total of 259 students participated in the survey from 570 students in the last class. Survey data were collected by face-to-face survey method. When we look at the age range of the students participating in the survey, 96.9% are in the age range of 18-27 years. In the same way, 98.5% of students were married and 1.16% were children. When we looked at the situation of students receiving information about child neglect and abuse, 68.8% of the students stated that they received information. The highest rate was child development with 98.0%, while the lowest rate was classroom teachers with 23.4%. Also, while 53.3% of students related to child neglect and abuse indicated that they did not attend any conferences/seminars, 46.7% of the students stated that they participated in the conference/seminar. In this respect, the highest participation was with 68.9% of social work students. When we look at the rate of encounter with the case, 66.7% of the students stated that they did not encounter any case, and the most encountered part was social work student with 56.8%. The minimum rate was 15.2% with pre-school. You were also asked if you could be diagnosed with the students when they met with the case. In this regard, 75.5% of the students stated that they can diagnose the case. This is a promising answer. However, in general, students (48.8%) found that students were found to be self sufficient. Very adequate and sufficient finding rates were only 19.7%. On the departmental basis, the highest rate of self-sufficiency was child development with 63.3% and social work student with 51.1%. It was understood that students should be able to answer yes with 92.9% in case of needing information about their lack of education in this regard. The students were asked what they did when they met the case. When we look at the answers given by students, social service is the only part that generally uses professional knowledge and skills and does all the work related to legal processes. When we look at the answers of the other chapters, we see that there are more reactions in the form of individual intervention and reaction, and in a few cases we see that the case is carried out by judicial processes. When we looked at the mean scores of the scale information about diagnosing the signs and risks of child neglect and abuse, the highest average was 2.57 ± 0.24 and the lowest was 2.26 ± 0.34. However, all departments received points below the expected score of 3. This shows us that all departments have lack of knowledge. In addition, when the answers given to the subscales of the departments are examined, the highest true rates are the characteristics of children who are predisposed to child neglect and exploitation, while the lowest mean neglect indications and sexual exploitation statements for children have been areas of concern. While pupils are better at diagnosing behavioral symptoms in child neglect and abuse, they have failed to diagnose neglect and sexuality. This shows that the information on students about child neglect and abuse is based on more general information and that specific information on more sensitive subjects is low. According to the results of the research and applied questionnaire, the students think that there is lack of information about child neglect and abuse. While there is a serious difference between the departments in terms of information about child neglect and abuse, the level of social service department has a high level of knowledge about implementation. From this point of view, it is considered that the knowledge level of the most important point is increased.