Spanking On Children: Article Analysis

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The readings explore the ethical and non-ethical approaches to spanking on children. The author begins by introducing a Bill that was proposed by a California assemblywoman Sally Lieber to ban spanking in the country. However, the reading explores the good and bad sides of effecting the proposal on the American community. The reading explores the opinions of several critics to the bill. In some instances, the reading uncovers data from different countries that banned spanking on children and compare its effect to the society. Secondly, UN report on violence against children was used to argue against reasonable spanking because of its social effects to the child. In this context, spanking is widely seen as unethical method of punishment because

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