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    Child Discipline

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    From this unit, I have learned a lot about what disciplines means as a dictionary definition and as a personal opinion to lots of different people. I have also learned that this information could be different from what I may have known discipline to be as a child to what is in my household and culture along with how it is viewed in my profession. For example, according to an article on Babble.com, Indian parents believe that, “childhood is viewed as a sensitive time period where children are moldable. Thus, the environment, especially the parents, are believed to play an important role in child development (Matze, 2016).” I agree with this belief system. As a school-age teacher, I believe that the ages of at least 5-9 years are critical for…

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    Discipline Or Is It Abuse?

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    Is It Discipline or Is It Abuse? He hit me. Multiple times. I keep asking why but he would give me the same excuse, that I need discipline. The thing was I wasn’t bad. So, I didn’t know why he hit me. On the other hand, my little brother was the meanest, and the worst kind there was. My dad hit him too, but not because he wanted to, but because he had to show him discipline. My little brother needed it. The way my father hit me and hit him was different. The difference was abuse and…

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    Spiritual disciplines are something that take a lot of work, they are things that don’t always come easy, and they often require practice to develop. As a believer, it is easy to just assume the role of a mediocre Christian who often overlooks spiritual growth, thinking that going to church every Sunday is enough to effectively grow in ones walk with Christ. Through study, it becomes obvious that Sunday Christianity is not enough, it takes work as a Christian to truly change and grow, and to…

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    Punishment Vs Discipline

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    Discipline from a childcare perspective is action taken when a child is being physical abusive to other children and they are set aside to think about what they have done. If it becomes an ongoing occurrence the child’s privileges will be taken away. As I was reading the article "Discipline and Punishment: What is the Difference?" I realized from a parent’s perspective even though I am not currently a parent, but when I work with children I feel as if I am a parent because I say things like “My…

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    Many years ago children were disciplined to teach them how to behave very differently from how they do it now. For a child to learn what is right and what is wrong they need to be taught through rewards and punishments. Children should be rewarded when they do something right and punished when they do something wrong or disrespectful. Teaching children right from wrong should is the most important responsibility as a parent and over the years it has slowed down. Parents in the past used…

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    According to Michel Foucault in his book Discipline and Punish, the Panopticon is a prison designed to establish power and control of one individual over the prisoners through observation. This observation is achieved through the prison’s annular structure, with the prisoners in confined cells facing the center, and the supervisor in a central tower (Foucault 200). The ring-like structure and the central tower allow the supervisor to see all inmates while simultaneously prohibiting them from…

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    Parent’s always wondered what types of discipline can help their child’s mental and emotional health. Understanding the child’s temperament creates a special parent-child bond. Discipline is the way parents teach their child what type of behavior is appropriate and what is not appropriate. The word discipline brings to mind the punishment of a child; however, discipline does not stop once the childhood ends. Child discipline should be used by parents in the development of their child’s mental…

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    power. People took action once they saw Wallace as a threat and they put her in her place. Michel Foucault’s concept of discipline helps us understand what happened to Wallace, because everyone is controlled by society’s norms and expectations. Michel Foucault 's “Discipline and Punish” was published in 1975 and was focused on convincing society that power and knowledge should be treated as two separate things. A chapter named “Panopticism,” however, is about a prison that was first constructed…

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    In our culture today, more Americans are coming to the belief that physical discipline of kids such as spanking is wrong. Scientists have been more recently carrying out studies on the negative effects of physical discipline, and some parents are concurring that it is the wrong way to handle misbehaving kids. With this change of heart comes more judgement upon public figures who use physical discipline with their kids. One example is with NFL running back Adrian Peterson, who disciplined his son…

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    In Discipline and Punish, Michel Foucault breaks down the premises of a panoptic system, outlining the mechanics through which it controls a population and linking it to other structures seen throughout a society, such as in prisons and schools. An example of such evident in the implementation of new grading rubrics for English teachers across America in 1923. The essays of 12th graders nationwide, who wrote under the same conditions, formed the base of a design for a national rubric, consisting…

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