• Holden 2002 Child Spanking Parents
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    The use of spanking is one of the most controversial parenting practices and also one of the oldest, spanning throughout many generations. Spanking is a discipline method in which a supervising adult deliberately inflicts pain upon a child in response to a child's unacceptable behaviour. Although spanking exists in nearly every country and family, its expression is heterogeneous. First of all the act of administering a spanking varies between families and cultures. As Gershoff (2002) pointed out...
  • Anti Spanking Child Rosemond Percent
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    Spanking a child is a controversial issue. On one side of the debate are people who believe spanking is a necessary component of parenting. On the contrary are people who think spanking a child is destructive. Somewhere in the middle are people who believe spanking is legitimate only when used correctly. Part of the reason for the debate is that some parents and experts define spanking differently. To some, spanking means slapping a child on the rear-end, while others believe it is a form of cor...
  • Stop Spanking Save The Children
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    Spanking has been used for many years and it must come to an end. Also known as corporal punishment, spanking is most often used as a form of discipline. Although it is said to have some benefits, the negative consequences far outweigh the good. According to Dr. Wilson and Dr. Lyon, "physical punishment delivered in anger with the intent to cause pain is unacceptable and dangerous to the health and well being of the child." (Guidance for Effective Discipline, online) It is important for spankin...
  • Second Study Spankers Child Results
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    The Instrumental Side Of Corporal Punishment - Parents' Reported Practices And Outcome Expectancies Summary The subject of corporal punishment among children is a controversial issue. A vast amount of research has been performed to evaluate the effect of corporal punishment on children. However, rarely has the motivation to use corporal punishment been explored. The studies included in this journal article focus on the parents, and the outcomes they expect to get from different types of punishme...
  • Corporal Punishment Children Day Spanking
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    The term corporal punishment means the intentional infliction of pain on the body for purposes of punishment and includes slapping, hitting with objects, pinching, shaking and forcing to stand for long periods of time (Epoch 1). Family researchers define corporal punishment as " the use of physical force aimed at causing children to experience pain but not injury, for the purposes of correction and control of youthful behavior" (Day 83). The term "spanking" is a form of physical or corporal puni...
  • Corporal Punishment Children Parents Canada
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    Corporal Punishment of Children: When Family Issue Become Public Concerns Corporal punishment is a rising concern in Canada. On top of that Canada is getting scrutinize from the rest of the world for allowing parents to use reasonable force to punish children. Earlscourt Child and Family Center in metro Toronto deals with family and abuse. Parent s educators help parents deal with other techniques then hitting or spanking to non-violent methods such as time out and work chores. Parents who use ...
  • Corporal Punishment Eric Halliday
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    Corporal punishment- is defined as "the use of physical force with the intention of causing a child to experience pain, but not injury, for the purpose of correction or control of the child's behaviour" (Webster's Dictionary). Spanking children to correct or control their behaviour may seem to work in the short term, but has the opposite effect in the long term. Spanking has been linked to anti socialism, violence, and low grades causing juvenile delinquents. 61% of mothers with children between...
  • Spanking And Its Repercussions
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    Spanking your child has created a firestorm of debate among parents and non-parents alike. There appears to be only two sides to the argument, those for and those against. Each offers evidence to support their case, and both sides are fervent in there beliefs. There are many parenting books, classes, and articles on the internet to help people through the process of becoming a parent. Each has there own take on discipline, but most I have read are against spanking. The idea of discipline has ch...
  • Spanking Children Angry Wrong Child
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    Reaction Paper: Spanking When I was a child, I could not remember a time when my parents spanked me. I asked my mom how she and my dad disciplined my three brothers and I, and she said she never spanked us. When we got into trouble we were sent to our room, and had privileges taken away. My mom also said that she can remember spanking my younger brother once, but left a bruise on his bottom, and she felt so bad that she never did it again. I personally do not advocate spanking. I could not imag...
  • Spanking Physically Punished
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    Does Spanking Lead Child Abuse? Were you spanked as a child? Do you think spanking effected you? Every parent has been in a situation where a good spanking seems like the only way to put an end to little Junior's temper tantrum. Parents use a number to reasons, some you may have heard, to use spanking as a form of discipline. They may say "Spare the rod and spoil the child." Or "I was spanked and I turned out okey." Even "Kids need spanking to show them who's boss." The issue I wish to present i...
  • Corporal Punishment Child Children Spanking
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    Overview The purpose of this research report is to review the practice of corporal punishment in the home and the lasting harmful effects on the children involved. The research is based on the opinions and finding of professionals in mental health and child development and offers little to no support for the use of physical punishment. This research outlines several areas of a child's life that are acutely affected by the violent form of punishment called "spanking." Within our community I have ...
  • Spanking Children Parents Make Spank
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    Parents should not spank their children. Spanking could make children temporarily aware that what they have done wasn't right. But later spanking could make children become scared of older people. Spanking could also make children to be abusive to others. And moreover, spanking would make children not to love their parents. Therefore, parents should not spank their children. Spanking should not be tolerated because it scares children, and make children not to tell the truth. Children who have e...
  • Disadvantages Of Spanking Children
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    Some people think that spanking is a good way of punishing children, but some people do not condone this kind of behaviour. There are many disadvantages in spanking children that would affect their growth development. It affects their physical, emotional, and mental capabilities as they mature into adults. Spanking affects the physical growth of children by piercing them with lasting physical pain, promoting violent tendencies outside of the house, and it also leads to sexual complications later...
  • Is Spanking Effective For Disciplining Children
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    According to people. biola. edu / faculty /paul / sparetherod . htm, they have set guidelines for disciplinary spanking. Dr. Den Trumbull advises that if a child has not behaved after verbal correction or time-out, then spanking is an effective method for the child who refuses to obey his parents. He says that a parent should not spank the child for revenge, but by love for the purpose of wanting the child to learn that he has done wrong. He believes spanking is not necessary and inappropriate ...
  • Child Spanking Discipline Parents
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    Disciplining a child is a very controversial thing. The type of discipline that parents use is entirely up to them, but 90% Of parents admit to have spanking their children as a form of discipline. On the other hand 10% of parents say it is entirely wrong to lay a finger on a child. However, spanking shouldn't be confused with beating. Spanking refers to firm pats with an open hand on a child's rear-end using a reasonable amount of force. Beating your child would be using a belt, stick or strap ...
  • Corporal Punishment Parents Children Spanking
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    1 CORPORAL PUNISHMENT We live in a society where we let our children do whatever they want. We spoil them them rotten, and they live in the most prosperous country in the world. And how do we punish them when they do something wrong? We give them a time out. Oh yeah that! |s really going to hurt them and prove to them they are not the princess and kings they think they are. In today! |s world the timeout system is not going to cut it, we need to let the parents decide whats the best way to disci...
  • The Misleading Notion Of Corporal Punishment
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    This world of equal opportunity and equal rights sometimes gives most of us the cold shoulder. We are the majority amongst you, and yet our needs are quietly hushed and put away. We are not a single race, culture or religious preference. Our stories are told worldwide, more today than ever before. This society promises to protect and shelter us from harm. But our hurt and pain is a pat of our daily lives that we cannot escape. Who are we? We are your abused and neglected children, who are slapp...
  • Spanked Their Child Spanking Children Parent
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    Apply the Rod or Spoil the Child It is the natural scheme of life. Human beings produce children and thus are classified as parents. It is and has always been the parent's job to raise and nurture the child, to teach it right from wrong, and to protect it from the harshness of the surrounding environment. However, when the child strays or behaves in a destructive manner, what steps should a parent take to correct such behavior? Some psychologists suggest that a good old-fashioned spanking is jus...