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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 child, spanking teaches aggression, and it can be physically and emotionally abusive. There are more effective ways to discipline a child rather than spanking them. Physically punishing a child is never necessary. Parents can try time-out, a serious…

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    Spanking

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    In his article "New Study Finds Spanking is Good for Kids," Selwyn Duke presents us with research that seems to conclude that spanking is good for our children. He references a study by a 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. …

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    Essay On Spanking

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    harm just a spank to make her regret lying. Although spanking is a discipline measure, there is several opinions and debates on corporal punishment. Even though people say that spanking is child abuse and can cause harm, spanking should not be referred as child abuse because it is a form of discipline, learning to respect others, and to be prepared for the real world. There are many people against spanking because they say it is motivated by anger, focuses on the past and makes the child feel…

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    My friend Christine believes that spanking is one of the worst ways of disciplining a child and that parents should never have to hit a child as a means of discipline. My mother thinks differently. According to her, Palo (spanking) or a physical punishment by a parent, as long as it is not excruciating, is a necessary form of punishment. I used to be one of those people that condoned spanking, not only because I was raised that way but also because I believed that spanking teaches a child to…

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    Spanking In Children

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    Is “Spank” a common word used in your household to correct behavioural issues? What if literature could prove spanking causes psychological trauma to the child, would you continue to resort to this disciplinary measure? Spanking is defined as a hit to discipline primarily on the buttock with an open hand for behavioral corrective purpose (spank, n.d.). Literature has proven that spanking children has an undeniable relationship to negative behaviors such as aggressive and violent outbursts in…

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    Spanking As A Parent

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    Parents love their child to death. Even if they are brats sometimes. And the punishment most parents have are spanking. Spanking has always been the first thing that comes to mind as discipline. Its supposed to teach your child to regret what they did, and to know to not ever do whatever their circumstance was again. But does it really “teach them a lesson”? When I was about to get spanked as I child, I was extremely fearful of my dad. When your dad used to be a corrections officer, then tells…

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    Spanking Children

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    I. Introduction: My Current research question is “What are the effects of a child receiving spanking compared to a child who does not receive spanking in a long term within interpersonal relationships and education experience?” With the addition of adding race and religion on how it adds to spanking as well. This topic is sociologically interesting to readers because it is a topic that receives controversies in the study of families from time to time. Not only the controversies but also the…

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    Is Spanking Necessary

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    Is A Good Whoopin’ Truly Necessary? Why do parents spank their kids? In a recent poll by the Brookings Institute, more than seventy percent of parents believe, “It is sometimes necessary to discipline a child with a good, hard spanking.” Most of these parents were also spanked as children. Corporal punishment is a highly controversial topic and the negative effects need to come to light and be accepted. Studies have shown corporal punishment causes cognitive impairments. A cognitive impairment…

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    Spanking On Me

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    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 me in a room and spank me with a stick like thing. The impact of the stick had a physical and…

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    Spanking Research Papers

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    Many parents know that discipline is necessary when parenting young children, but the techniques that are used are very controversial. Spanking and other forms of discipline have always been a very controversial topic in today’s society. Around the globe there have been numerous studies that have been conducted on the various facets of the infamous topic of spanking. These facets focus on the psychological toll spanking has on kids and the effects that stay with them throughout the child’s life.…

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