Corporal Punishment Essay

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  • Corporal Punishment

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    CORPORAL PUNISHMENT RESEARCH STUDY CHAPTER 4: DATA ANALYSIS, INTERPRETATION AND PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS 4.1 INTRODUCTION To interpret something is to give it a meaning., Ttherefore, data analysis is the act of organising and reducing the data to a more manageable and interpretable form (Krüger, De Vos, Fouché & Venter, and 2005: 218). To put it more concisely, data analysis is the organisationing of raw data into more concise and intelligible data which can later be analysed (Bless

  • Corporal Punishment And Punishment

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    Children and teens nowadays seem to be a little more “out of control” than they were amid past generations, however spanking or slapping them across the face won’t benefit them. Various guardians believe that if they implement the use of corporal punishment upon their child they will learn to behave as they should. But it’s the complete opposite, the child becomes rebellious and aggressive once they become adolescents, and even when they do on to adulthood. Violence is never the answer in any situation

  • Punishment For Corporal Punishment

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    parents and one child, the children are both boys. One family spanks their child when he miss behaves; the other family does not spank their child when he miss behaves they simply tell him it's not okay to act that way. The family who supported corporal punishment spanked their child daily, they did it to re-enforce to the child that the parents were the boss and that he needed to listen to them; and that when he acted out in a bad manner then he would be punished for his behavior. Eventually that child

  • Corporal Punishment Is Not Uncommon

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    beginning of recorded history, parents have used corporal punishment as a form of discipline. Bible verses such as this instructs us that spanking as a form of corrective behavior coincides with Christian ideology. In the early stages of a child’s life, before the ability to understand reasoning and explanations, corporal punishment is necessary to correct undesirable behavior and promote discipline. In recent years, this particular form of punishment has been banned in educational institutions and

  • Punishment Vs Corporal Punishment

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    while other parents choose the other route, in which it is corporal punishment. However, when does corporal punishment turn into abuse? The goal of this paper is to properly distinguish the differences between corporal punishment and abuse. According to the Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance website (FSA), it mentions that discipline is a set approach of teaching a child what is good and bad behavior (FSA, 2017). Corporal punishment is physical discipline inflicted by an authoritative figure

  • Punishment From Corporal Punishment

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    Wounds From Corporal Punishment Are Deeper Than They Appear In our culture, it is generally agreed upon that no man should hit his own wife, but whether a man should have the right to hit his own child is often debated. The use of corporal punishment on children does not seem like a serious issue to most parents, but the negative effects it has on a child’s developing mind is irrefutable. When a child is disciplined by means of beating and spanking, they are being taught that that problems can be

  • Corporal Punishment Essay

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    Corporal punishment is a very controversial topic that is being discussed amongst educators across the nation. Corporal punishment refers to any physical form of punishment, but in this case it refers to in schools. Currently there are many different terms used to label corporal punishment, for example, it has been called spanking, paddling, caning, lashing, popping, smacking, whipping or beating. Each term carries its own different meaning, but they all represents some form of corporal punishment

  • Essay on Corporal Punishment

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    The deciding factor in the future of corporal punishment is seen in the Ingraham v. Wright Supreme Court case. In 1970, James Ingraham, an eighth grade student of Drew Junior High School was one of the many beneficiaries of corporal punishment distributed by Willie Wright, the principal of the high school. The rationality behind Ingraham’s punishment was that he was slow to respond to his teacher instructions. As a result, his teacher sent him to the principal office where he bent over the table

  • Persuasive Essay On Corporal Punishment

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    better. Corporal punishment is one of those things. All around the world, corporal punishment is affecting children in many ways. It is described as a form of discipline that hurts a child in a way and is used both in homes and schools. It has been going on for years upon years and very few people try to stop it. People believe corporal punishment is good for children, but there have been so many negative outcomes that other people argue against it. Although some people believe that corporal punishment

  • Corporal Punishment in Schools

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    Corporal punishment in schools?? Advocates of school corporal punishment argue that it provides an immediate response to indiscipline and that the student is quickly back in the classroom learning, rather than being suspended from school. Opponents believe that other disciplinary methods are equally or more effective. Some regard it as tantamount to violence or abuse. In the United States and the United Kingdom, and generally in the English-speaking world, the use by schools of corporal punishment