By Wendy Wax
The turtles get a major shock after they meet Leatherhead, a mutated crocodile who used to be unintentionally uncovered to the Utrom's eco-friendly ooze. because the Turtles take heed to Leatherhead's tale, they get one other shock while an outdated enemy emerges from the shadows.
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But if they are rejected then neglect may be more serious and cannot be tolerated within our society. Thus, when children are culturally devalued, serious moral issues are posed for the workers. For the rest, Korbin points out that across all cultures particular children in a family may be scapegoated. The reasons given may differ but they are often associated with circumstances of birth. In addition to raised awareness of cultural variations in child rearing itself, there are important matters concerning the impact on families of the investigative and interventive processes which arise in cases of abuse and neglect.