Kids that are spanked are more likely to kit others. Kids will follow in their parents footsteps. They were raised that way so they think it is okay. They don’t really know any other way to resolve a problem than by hitting. So if a kid gets into an argument at school they are more likely to hit their peers and other people. And when kids turn into adults, they are more likely to hit their spouses when they are having an argument. They are also more likely to hit their own kids when they get older because that is what they were taught (“Should You Spank Your Kids”,2016).
I couldn 't agree with you more, that one of the fundamental tenets of Real Corporal Punishment, is the lad 's respect for the hard man laying it on, as well as the hard man 's respect for the lad taking it and the desire to do him the most good. This means that the lad should always fear his punishment and that the hard man should never flinch from laying it on properly, so that the lad really benefits from his punishment. While the lad 's punishments will, of necessity, really hurt, in essence he is being guided by the hard man laying them on, who in the long run will make a real, hard man out of the lad. Having watched the video of my December Thrashing with a Cane several times, I am pleased to say that I can see signs of a real
Spanking is a form of discipline that parents use towards their children when they are doing something that is deviant. However there are both pros and cons when it comes to spanking a child. A study done by Murray Strauss was conducted to see if spanking increased antisocial behavior in children. A total of 807 mothers, with children ages 6 to 9, were chosen in the study (Strauss, Sugarman, & Giles-Sims, 1997). The results showed that 45% of mothers that spank their children do it around 2.1 times a week (Strauss, Sugarman, & Giles-Sims, 1997). As the years progressed and the spanking continued, Antisocial Behavior tended to worsen as well. The study also found that when parents reduced their tendency of spanking, Antisocial Behaviors tended
Reasoning: 1. Yes. The school administering corporal punishment was constitutional under the Eighth Amendment. Although the student did receive injuries from the paddling, at the time under the U.S. Constitution’s Eighth Amendment, punishments administered by schools such as corporal punishment was not considered cruel and unusual punishment. 2. No. The school’s administrators did not violate the student’s Eighth Amendment rights by restraining him during his paddling. 3. No. The administrators were not required to give the student prior notice and an opportunity to be heard before administering corporal punishment. The appellant claimed that the principal’s refusal to hear his side of the events was loss of due process, therefore, violating his Fourteenth Amendment rights. It was the findings of the Supreme Court that corporal punishment of children in schools is not protected under the Fourteenth Amendment, and does not require notice or a
Many people think that the reason for this is easily described as “if you hold the reins too tight, the horse will buck.” Over punishing a child can be a bad thing, it will make the child want to retaliate more so than if one were to cut a little slack. However, under punishing a child can be bad as well, not teaching a child right from wrong can majorly increase the odds of the child doing the wrong thing. Reasons that parents give for spanking their children are to make children listen better, and to encourage better behavior, especially to put a stop to children's aggressive behaviors. Research shows, however, that spanking, or indeed any form of physical punishment, tends to have the opposite effect. Children who are physically punished more often tend to obey parents less with time, and to develop more aggressive behaviors, including toward other
This study was conducted on April 25, 2016 by experts at The University of Texas at Austin and the University of Michigan. Elizabeth Gershoff and co-author Andrew Grogan-Kaylor. Their study focuses on what most Americans would see as spanking and not a potentially abusive behavior. During their study they found that spanking your children can cause them to defy their parents more frequently and can also cause a lifelong mental health issue. It showed as the frequency of spanking increases, the likelihood of anti-social behavior, mental health issues, and aggression also increases.
African American education is important because it is by having education that African Americans can become well prepared for college, attend college, earn the same salaries as Caucasians and become successful in life. For many years, schools in America were segregated. In African American schools, most African American students did not have all of the laboratories, facilities, and quality of teaching that Caucasian students had.
Growing up my parents ran a daycare in(at) our house so I was always surrounded by children (the good and the bad). My parents were the type who had no problem enforcing physical punishments such as spanking, the flick of the hand, a pop on the mouth, etc. All these punishments are within the definition of acceptable punishment as stated by Oklahoma law (qtd. ---). They practiced this on me, my siblings, and the daycare kids (with parental consent). In different instances, this would come up in conversations and the reactions were for the majority “that’s awful” or “poor thing” or “I can’t understand how anyone could do such a thing” and I never fully understood why. My mother was raised with an abusive father and a compromising mother (who too was dealing with the abuse), so I have seen how a negative experience can have a positive impact/result (message) on a person/child. I have now grown a curiosity to understand the different limits of child abuse and believe what my parents did benefitted me and any other children who received this discipline. With that in mind, I am going to define, and explore different aspects of child abuse with some modern examples.
Why do people believe that physical punishment is the right way to discipline their children? (source used)
Parents always play the significant role toward their children to teach them since they were born. They basically mold and shape their children into adults through their world of influence (Baumrind, 1971). Parents’ behavior is essential especially during the period of adolescent due to an increase of youth risky performance. Nevertheless, teaching is like a double-edged sword. It may be turned to dangerous uses if it is not properly handled (Wu Ting-Fang). Like this, parenting can be either positive or negative factor toward delinquency. Therefore,
For many, spanking a kid is deemed to be one of the best ways to raise a kid. Since the previous generations, also known as the older generations were raised this mode, many accredit that applying the almost exact same method on their kids can lead these youngsters to learn and grow straight, therefore expecting that a spanked kid will aftermath in a prospective society with future gracefully informed and well educated adults. However, corporal punishments aren’t indeed the appropriate way neither the best solution to deal with the misbehavior of a little bairn.
As mentioned previously, a significant number of parents emphasize the use of punishment to ensure total obedience and submission of the child. Most overprotective parents discipline their child through physical punishment and only a few acknowledge the use of explaining and reasoning with the child. The following is a statement of a father and his experience and opinion in punishments:
Several cases have been show that some children don’t learn their lesson, so they go into the real world thinking that it is ok to do and learn from legal punishment. “Many educators tend to bend over backwards to give students more breaks than they will ever receive out on the streets of our Society” the authors of “School administration are o lenient” are trying to say that kids are getting to many chances in school and this doesn’t work and our society and people won’t allow for these chances. While they make an outstanding point there are many others ways to prepare are kids from right to wrong so they don’t make these mistakes in life. After 2009-2010 “Texas schools started to turn into schools with professional utilized SRO and security personal, security technology” and know they have more productive schools and less suspensions. This quotes shows us that if we have professional help like disciplinary schools to teach kids the right from wrong and not to make mistakes in life.
Corporal punishment is a controversial topic and has been the source of extensive legal debate on a global scale, with evidence being presented to support numerous countering views and opinions. Reasonable corporal punishment in the home is still protected by the law in South Africa, and many South Africans are in support of the continuation of its legality. Although some of the arguments raised are valid, the evidence conveying the harms inflicted on children by physical disciplinary methods supports the viewthat the defense of reasonable disciplinary chastisement in South Africa should be discontinued and corporal punishment should be illegalized in its entirety. The future of corporal punishment is questionable, and with more
Corporal punishment is a common problem all over the world (United Nations, 2008). South Africa has adopted a Human Rights constitution, ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in 1995, and legally abolished corporal punishment in schools (Republic of South Africa, 1996, A-47; South African Schools Act, 1996). However, it is still a challenge for some South African teachers to abandon corporal punishment as a disciplinary practice.