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Pros and cons of physical punishment
Transcript of Pros and cons of physical punishment
2. The Effects of corporal punishment on children, by David Ferris, eHow Contributor
http://www.ehow.com/info_8147182_effects-corporal-punishment-children.html#ixzz2Pu1BWjdT I think that if a parent needs to resolve to using physical punishment in order to discipline a child, then they've failed the child.
Corporal Punishment teaches kids nothing, but that an adult in power could use force against them, just because there are bigger and stronger.
There is a full scope of effective non-physical ways to discipline a child, which are much kinder and more effective. Corporal punishment is an issue that is sensitive to individual cultures in different countries around the world. For this reason, it is wrong to apply international law at the expense of national law. Each nation must make this judgement based on public feelings regarding the practice, as this is one of the more important elements in whether it can be acceptable or not. Better ways exist; corporal punishment is a lazy way There are always ways to discipline children like a guidance that do not involve violence. Resorting to violence is the lazy way out for parent or teachers.
Corporal punishment may also negatively affect a child's cognitive development. Verbal, rather than physical, punishment has been shown to be more cognitively stimulating. One Wisconsin study revealed a connection between academic performance and corporal punishment. Children who were punished physically were less likely to perform well in school and more likely to have classroom disciplinary problems. Anna Bondareva
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