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    Although he states in his article, “ Is it OK to spank a child every once in a while? “, that he and his wife do not have children, therefore he tries to keep all judgments aside, he still can not ignore the extensive negative evidence that corporal punishment (which includes spanking) has on children’s mental health. I believe the author is trying to come off very unbiased so he can catch the attention of parents without making them feel offended or attacked so he can explain the effects…

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    up to live a nice, healthy lifestyle. On the contrary, if the parents of a child are abusive and constantly giving corporal punishments, the child might develop behavior problems and will have trouble controlling their emotions. These problems can continue into the child 's adult life and will affect their ability to think clearly. Many parents in the world use corporal punishment on their children. Children are often physically harmed by being…

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    Corporal Punishment Corporal punishment is punishment intended to cause physical pain on a person. I was the principal at an elementary school and the students were so bad, like over a 100 kids, out of 200, a day, would get sent to my office for bad behavior. I was always livid at how many kids got in trouble. so, after a few months, I started to enforce corporal punishment. The school’s bad behavior kids went down to 5-10 kids a day, within a few months. I was happy and yet sad at the same…

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    McWhirt Professor Traw English Comp 1 2 November 2017 Facing the Issues: Corporal Punishment Adrian Peterson, a member of the NFL, was charged for being physically abusive to his young child (Dyson 1). Peterson acted out on this harsh discipline regimen by whipping his young toddler son with a sharp tree branch which caused bruises and blisters. Sadly, more than two-thirds of families in the USA agree on corporal punishment (Dyson 1). Back in the days of slavery, beatings were a habitual form…

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    school? Corporal punishment is the punishment that inflicted on a person’s body for wrongdoing. Corporal punishment has become a serious matter that the society always concerned about. We can always read news about student was being “abused” in school nowadays. Now here is the question, is corporal punishment equals to abuse? Some school has banned corporal punishment but some are still applying it as one of the punishment for wrongdoing students. I believe that “should corporal punishment be…

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    discipline problems in their classroom. It is said that proactive systems are the most effective when trying to prevent behavior problems. It emphasizes the equality of students. Carlson, K. (2009). What’s the difference between discipline and punishment? Center for Early Education and Development. University of Minnesota. Retrieved…

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    psychology professor named Marjorie Gunnoe that claims that children who are spanked did better in school, were more likely to do volunteer work and were more likely to go to college. Duke uses the study to back up his ideas that children need corporal punishment despite previous studies showing it is harmful. He reasons that those previous studies weren 't very scientific. He then gives theories as to why he believes this new research is true, saying those who don 't spank are overly…

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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 variation in the number of licks each batch you got contained and can appreciate how much more…

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    Washington and the Cherry Tree” to represent “positive consequences of honesty” (Lee et al., 2014). Personally, I can see why the children increased their truth telling when faced with positive consequences because negativity is associated with punishment while…

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    Family Functioning Kinship caregiver health (physical, mental and emotional of each kin caregiver Ms. Norman stated that she has no health issues nor does she take any medications. She stated that her last checkup was over a year ago. Ms. Norman reported no other health, emotional or mental health issues and stated that she has no disabilities that will prevent her from caring for the children. This interviewer indicated that on a previous home study she was reported to having bipolar. Ms.…

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