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    experts began to examine the effects physical discipline had on children’s social, emotional and behavioral well-being, especially in regards to the long-term side effects. Even in today’s society, there exist various opinions in regards to corporal punishment. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics encourages care-givers to rely on other approaches when correcting their children’s behavior to ensure the decreased likelihood of the “ten negative outcomes.” (Terri-combs-Orme…

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    disallowing cruel and unusual punishment. So far, eighteen out of the fifty states have made executions illegal, while three others have halted it under their current governors. Corporal punishments should be made illegal in the remaining thirty-two states. The reasons for this include the execution of potentially innocent victims, the racism involved in deciding who is guilty, and the unreliable consistency of the use of corporal punishment. The use of corporal punishment has never been fair or…

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    This article is an examination into the differences between judicial corporal punishment as implemented by Islamic countries, and incarceration in the United States. Incarceration, particularly in the United States, is widely known to be a massive taxpayer burden— to the tune of over $52 billion per year. In 2012, the annual cost per inmate in the United States was approximately $21,000 for low-risk inmates, and up to $34,000 for high-risk offenders. Additionally, incarceration places a…

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    Jacoby, in his essay “Bring Back Flogging”, argues an unpopular, but potentially problem-solving, point of view; he asserts that corporal punishment should be re-adopted by the United States. To accomplish this, he specifically targets popular counterarguments to showcase his powerful logical backing. In addition, his inclusion of specific historical cases of corporal…

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    either encounter child abuse or corporal punishment. Corporal punishment represents the constrained use of physical force to preserve the notion of discipline. On the other hand, child abuse evokes misconduct that can be in any form that includes of sexual abuse, physical abuse, or neglect and abandonment. Yet, the dilemma in America expresses that an abundant amount of people have a strenuous time of espying the contrast between maltreatment and disciplinary punishment. Many parents have a…

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    maltreatment statistically display increased risk for behaviors and attitudes detrimental to personal and mental health such as drug use, attempted suicide, and teenage pregnancy. Research has demonstrated that physical abuse can often be disguised as corporal punishment, which should therefore be illegal. This paper will demonstrate that childhood abuses…

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    I also believe that corporal punishment can, and will, have a negative impact on any student regardless of age and gender. Any corporal punishment should be dealt with the students guardians depending on their misbehaviors. Chapter Nine: 2) The differences between the explicit, the implicit, and the null curriculum is that they all…

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    RUNNING HEAD: CORPORAL PUNISHMENT AND ITS EFFECTS ON CHILDREN Corporal Punishment and Its Effects on Children George Harbieh 20/8/2015 Outline Thesis statement: Anti-Social behaviors, health issues and psychological problems are three negative effects of the usage of corporal punishments in schools. I. One of the side effects brought by corporal punishment is the strong tendencies of kids to cause anti social behaviors. A. Bulling other classmates. B. Violating humans rights. C.…

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    arrests, and corporal punishment are all practices used in school systems today. School is supposed to be a safe environment for students to learn and grow into intelligent and confident individuals that will advance in life as they grow. School is the building block of young minds so knowing what is going on and happening to students in a school setting is monumental for those young minds. The disciplinary actions that are in effect are harsh and traumatizing, corporal…

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    view corporal punishment as the ultimate and most efficient form of punishment. People have thought for a long time that flogging a child mercilessly would dissuade them from any action that would result to them being beaten. The famous phrase spare the rod and spoil the child which a lot of Nigerians use to defend their decision to embrace corporal punishment was culled from the original bible verse which states, “Whoever…

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