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    Every parent or guardian wants his or her child to behave when they are in public or at home. Some parents believe that spanking their children is an easy way to discipline them. Corporal punishment tends to cause physical pain on a person such as spanking, flogging, or caning. Some parents believe that spanking their child to the maximum is an easy way to discipline them. Others believe there is a limit to spanking a child in order to correct their behavior. On the other hand there are people who believe that there are many different ways to make a child understand without laying a hand on them. Corporal punishment should not be applied because it may cause the child to rebel, it can cause trauma, and it can also lead to depression. On the article, “Disciplinary Spanking Should Be Banned” by Nadine Block it explains how corporal punishment includes slapping, choking, spanking, and hitting with other objects. Prisons, mental facilities, nor armed forces practice any form of corporal punishment. It is also frowned upon in…

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    No one said that being a parent is easy, and there also is not one perfect method to parenting. Each parent has different methods on how they teach, love, and discipline their children. Throughout history there have been many studies on how one might discipline their children. Some parents might use verbal punishment, but some also use physical punishment to try and get their children to behave in a way that is acceptable to them. Physical punishment is defined according to The process of…

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    Child Abuse vs. Discipline: Where to draw the line? Physical discipline, also known as corporal punishment, is the punishment where any physical force is castoff and its purpose is to cause pain to the child in order to teach them a lesson. It goes without saying that physical violence does not teach anything to any child. According to a research conducted by UNICEF on child abuse: 4 out of 5 children are exposed to some degree of physical abuse in their homes. With a substantial amount of…

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    Americans can not fully comprehend the troubles of war torn countries. Born and raised in a place where war is flashed, almost advertised, in games, news, movies, songs. For some, that is the reason grasping the concept of a constant war in your backyard is hard. War is a gruesome thing, sometimes others forget that. With the movies, videogames, books, all making it seem less violent than it truly is, it is hard to remember. Taking this extraordinarily aggressive concept and throwing children…

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    Spanking Vs Spanking

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    Parents around the world have their own ways in which they choose to punish their children. Spanking is a punishment technique that is used by parents and has also been used in schools. Spanking is a more aggressive way of punishment and is used in hopes that a child will not make the same mistake once again. Some parents believe spanking is the best way to implement good behavior, but it is not. Parents should not be allowed to spank their children because there are better ways to discipline a…

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    When raising a child, it is ultimately the responsibility of the parents to teach their children right from wrong. There are many different methods of disciplining a child. Some are viewed as more “acceptable” than others. Whether parents chose the more “acceptable” method, such as a time out, or the less “acceptable” method of spanking, both are trying to teach discipline. Webster’s dictionary defines spanking as “to strike on the buttocks with an open hand” (O’Callaghan 2). However,…

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    Time with CNN reports on a new study by researchers at Tulane University that indicates spanking children leads to more aggressive behavior. The analysts claim to have controlled for other variables that could account for aggressive behavior in children including alcohol abuse by the parents or violence between the parents, etc. Time also reports that "The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) does not endorse spanking for any reason, citing its lack of long-term effectiveness as a…

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    I agree, in my opinion spanking your child can be an effective way to administer punishment especially if the child is caught in the act of doing something wrong; but I think that if you were to spank the child a while after he or she has already done something wrong it would not be as effective as being caught in the act. As a child, I can remember when my parents would give me a spanking for something I did wrong and most of the time if they caught me in the act and punished me right then…

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    Spanking On Me

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    Children need to be raised and educated in the best positive surroundings because they are the hope of the future. Therefore, parenting is one of the most inspiring and praiseworthy responsibilities that one can experience. Parents have a significance role in development of child’s character, emotions, and behavioral manner. When I was growing up, my parents believed spanking was the best possible solution for a child who would disobey. I clearly remember, after my misbehavior my dad would put…

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    Essay On Spanking Children

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    80 percent of Americans think it is sometimes appropriate to spank your child. While people believe that spanking a child is appropriate, it may cause negative psychological behavior when they grow up. Throughout my research, I have found that 19 percent would agree. I am against parents spanking children and I am ready to explain to you exactly why I believe spanking can cause negative psychological effects in these children. In the 2016 Harris Poll, it showed that 4 out of 5 (80…

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