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  • Parents Discipline Child
    432 words
    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...
  • Spank Our Children
    737 words
    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 cha...
  • Punitive Discipline
    643 words
    Discipline used as a noun means arranged, proscribed behavior. The verb "to discipline" means different things to different people. Most definitions of "to discipline" fall into two general camps: 1) to control, punish, and correct; or 2) to teach, guide, and influence. The majority of studies today show, that the second definition is more effective in producing the desired behavior. The word discipline is often used as a synonym for punishment, but this is wrong. Discipline is a system of actio...
  • Physical Punishment
    510 words
    Physical punishment has been a problem in hitting their children so they can have discipline or not hitting them because it is not right, so what can parents do and what can they not do Should the parents hit them to learn discipline, or should they not hit them and figure out another way to make them learn what discipline is Because many parents do not know or are confused in showing their children how to gain discipline they do not know whether to hit them or not to hit them. Many people think...
  • Parents Care About Their Children
    739 words
    Everyone makes mistakes once in a while, but there are many children that cannot tell the difference between right and wrong. They grow up in a world with no rules and subsequently realize that they have made many wrong decisions that led them to undesirable moments in life. They have not only underestimated their parents but also ruined their lives by not listening to parents and not following the rules while they were young. Therefore parents should be allowed to hit their children to correct ...
  • Parent Spanks Their Child
    355 words
    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 ...
  • Children Of Authoritarian Parents
    873 words
    How do you discipline your children when they come home with a tattoo that you specifically told them not to get? What about when you catch them smoking? Or when they refuse to do their homework? What about when they lie to you right to your face? Or when they beat up on their little brother? Every parent has been through at least one situation in which discipline is involved. The style a parent chooses to discipline his or her child may vary, but it is a very important part of parenting. Expert...
  • Causes Of The Lack Discipline In Public Schools
    861 words
    Discipline is something that is severely lacking in today's public schools. This lack of discipline is something I have witnessed from the time I was in grade school. Every year the teachers and faculty became less and less strict, and I feel that it has not stopped in the two years I have been out of school. There are many parties to blame, though, not just the teachers and schools. The causes of poor discipline in public schools are parents, lawyers and politicians, and our schools and faculty...
  • Parents Judgement In Discipline Their Own Children
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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 disciplin...
  • Their Children A Freedom Of Choice
    319 words
    How would you feel if you were born in a family that has rules and regulations for every single thing? how does it feel to be living like a robot throughout your life. Discipline is important at some instances, and one could not deny that, in fact living without it makes us in a total chaos; however, everything has it's limits and using discipline in every single aspect kills diversity. I personally think that children should be encouraged to be independent. Generally speaking, giving a child hi...

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