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1. You overhear your student Johnny, a 12 year-old, telling some other children about how he was caught shoplifting over the weekend and his father gave him a beating with his belt for it. You take Johnny aside and tell him what you overheard. You ask if the nurse can examine him, and he agrees. The nurse finds no bruises or marks on Johnny. You call Johnnys father and he confirms that he did indeed hit Johnny with a belt, as punishment for shoplifting. Johnnys father picks him up from school as usual, and Johnny seems happy to see his father. 2. Dave is a sophomore in high school, a good student, and a starter on the basketball team. You go to a game and observe Daves father criticizing and ridiculing Dave from the sidelines. He is so disruptive that, during half-time, Dave and he get into a heated argument on the sidelines. Dave fouls out during the third quarter, and his father leaves in obvious disgust. Dave seems relieved when his father leaves, and you see him joking with his teammates. In your response please respond to these questions for both scenarios: Would you report it? Say why or why not. What types of abuse are you considering? What are the protective and risk factors? What questions would you have for each case during the interview?
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