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    Should corporal punishment be banned in school? By Tay Ming Jian Corporal is the punishment that happened in school time. The effect of corporal punishment is to discipline the kid or the student to have a good attitude. It still happed in this generation, the punishment is always happened between on the children and student, and teacher will hit the student by cane if they are doing something wrong, like forget to bring the book, make a mistake in the exercise, playing around, etc. The teacher…

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    Did you know that corporal punishment is still being used in America.to be exact it is used frequently in schools in thirteen states, it is legal in twenty one states(Source C). Corporal punishment is where a student is physically disciplined for their bad doings.I believe that students should get paddled and that we should keep physical discipline.it will improve student behavior, it will influence on the school’s atmosphere by making it a calm place, and corporal punishment is an alternative…

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    Corporal Punishment in Child Rearing "Children are the world 's most valuable resources and its best hope for the future," John Fitzgerald Kennedy. As adults, our responsibility is to raise our child as an honorable being. This may be what James Dobson craves for why he is such a prominent critic of permissive parenting. Many of us, including myself, reminisced how it was as a child when we had to respect our elders and were afraid to be caught misbehaving. Corporal punishment in child…

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    I believe corporal punishment is an effective way of raising behaved children only if it is doing it the right way. I my be a bad mom, but I have had the principal give my son pops a couple of times, because of his behavior. I am a single parent and there is not a man in his life and when I give him pops at house sometime it works and sometimes it don’t. I was a little worried about the first time that the principal gave my son pops and I’m think that it would be impossible to give him pops,…

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    student behavior that result in a student being placed on a discipline ladder. Corporal punishment, in-school and out-of- school suspensions are the forms of punishments at WMS. I recommend change procedures under the Level 3 misbehaviors. I believe that Level 3 violations should not have the option of in-school suspension. Another recommendation would be to suspend students who refuse to receive corporal punishment, instead of sending them to ISS. Students should not have the option of how…

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    cultural upbringing. A relativistic approach requires consideration into child rearing practices. Lower socio-economic classes have been found to impact the extent and severity of corporal punishment (Webb, 2010). Research supports early recognition and intervention of child abuse prevents long term health impacts. Corporal punishment has been identified as the motive for more than half…

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    inferno in your buttocks. A couple of times it seemed like you could not believe that the licks of my belt kept coming, this was horny for me as I knew that this would be really getting to you mentally, as much as it was physically. Real Corporal Punishment should have as much impact on a bad lad's mind as it does on his body, if it is to be truly effective. I hope you appreciated the…

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    WRI 1200 Research Plan My research question is whether corporal punishment early in life leads to incarceration later in life. The reason I picked this topic is the desire to learn the truth about it. Growing up in the South, the phrase “Spare the rod, spoil the child” was a very common term. We knew if we behaved badly we were going to get a whooping. But as I got older and saw friends of mine, one by one, become incarcerated, It made me wonder did our upbringing lead to these incarcerations?…

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    Corporal Punishment: Useful in Schools WHACK! WHACK! WHACK! Students who attended many American schools from the founding of the United States until the mid-to-late twentieth century know that sound all too well. These students all knew exactly what was happening when they heard this noise. Each and every student knew that one of their peers had acted up and was being punished- with a paddle. Though in modern times many are opposing this form of discipline, even claiming it is abuse, corporal…

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    Spanking is the topic of choice for this paper. Spanking is a form of physical or corporal punishment. According to Straus and Donnelly (1993), physical or corporal punishment is defined as the use of physical force toward a child that causes the child to experience pain, but not injury, for the purpose of correction or control of behavior. Attitudes about spanking is measured in the GSS codebook as a question. The question asks if the participant strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly…

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