If the child is not receiving a corporal punishment and just occasionally a parent is in their right to do what they saw as appropriate. These are a weak point because does source any reliable data that stat the psychological aspect of children being spanked. He also does not he is biased on the information he is present in the article. Section #3 Dear Mr. Ponnuru, Even though you make some great points in your column on “In reality, spanking your child doesn’t make you a monster” I would have to contradict your claims. I think the base of information on children discipline them any form of a spanking is harmful to children’s development.
(source used) ii. What are their justifications? (source used) C. Refutation of the opponent’s view i. Prove that physical punishment is not the way to motivating your child into doing the right thing. (source used) D. Concluding Sentence: Therefore, it is obvious that physical punishment is still being used by parents widely, yet this idea can be easily opposed due to the physical harm that the child is exposed to and how this creates children’s fear from their parents rather than loving them.
In this section, they explain spanking should be used as a last minute resort, and also very sparingly at that. When you spank your child you need to be careful not to take it too far, sure a smack on the behind might be needed a few times but full on beating your child into submission should never be needed. If you take the punishment too far, this is what can lead to potential trauma in these events. You should also always have a reason for spanking your child that is reasonable for the punishment. If they do something as small as leaving a light on after leaving the room this should not welcome a spanking, but if they are tossing a glass cup up in the air, and it shatters all over the floor potentially even putting a crack in the floor if you have hardwood, that may deserve a beating.
Thesis: Although some may argue that adversity is essential for uncovering innate talent, it is impossible for adversity alone to accomplish this; solely relying on adversity to bring out a certain character is a detrimental move that can ultimately lead to immoral decisions and negative impacts on both mental and physical states. In Freakonomics, Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt delve into schools from a teacher’s point of view, in which teachers are constantly under the pressure to secure both their jobs and reputations through corrupt methods. “If the entire school does poorly, federal funding can be withheld; if the school is put on probation, the teacher stands to be fired.” (p. 23) “The Chicago Public School system embraced high-stakes
Practitioners should make sure that when they are teaching they do not have favourites in the classroom that always get awards or treats because they are the teachers favourite. It’s important that they don’t do this because the other children will feel left out and that they are not good enough because they don’t get any praise in the classroom. They will also not want to do anything good because they don’t get any attention if they do so they won’t see the point. Also they may start behaving inappropriately because if they do they will get attention that way instead. Practitioners should have an awareness of gender roles.
Several torture methods, like waterboarding or electrification, are used. It is not humane because the government has the technology for better interrogation methods, but they didn't use it. Torture can also lead to illnesses like P.T.S.D., which is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Therefore, torture should be banned because it damages the body physically and mentally, it isn’t humane, and it can lead to mental health issues. To begin with, torture can lead to negative impacts on the mind because it causes PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).
When it comes to punishers there is no set theory on which events will function as a punisher. Thus, if you ignore a behavior, it will not be the best approach for a parent to help the adolescent eliminate certain behaviors. In each situation there has to be a reinforcement and a punishing contingency. These factors influence how a contingency function as a Punisher, this rich history of findings about reinforcement and punishment effects in the laboratory, led to the application of these principles to help people with real life problems. (Cipani.
There are many good arguments for both sides; however, it is clear that spanking is not necessary and can be avoided completely More people in the United States are beginning to realize how ineffective and dangerous spanking is. For example, it makes kids more violent and impairs prosocial behavior (206). Some people even go as far as calling spanking inhumane (2016). Also, many states have made it illegal to spank kids at school (206). However, most people still spank their children and would scoff at the idea of ever making this act illegal.
However, it is still a widely used disciplinary strategy by parents. A parent may question this meta-analysis based on his or her own reasoning that if spanking is as detrimental as the research claims, then why is used commonly across cultures. Parents associate spanking with more immediate compliance from their children and therefore continue to use it without knowing the long-term effects it will have on children. In addition to research that proves spanking is detrimental to children, there is research that claims physical punishment is effective under certain circumstances. This research leads parents to believe that spanking does not have negative effects which is not accurate.
Though censorship is sometimes for the best, most of the time it 's not worth it to erase information from a book of a lesson or a system entirely. Censorship is a waste of time and effort that could be used teaching kids acceptance and open
These people ignore that while the real world can be a very corrupt place, it is also a place of democracy and equal opportunity, two things that are very limited in schools with zero tolerance policies. Zero tolerance policies don’t allow for differentiating between students, which is arguably one of its major problems (Saenz). By responding to every behavioral problem the same, the potential reasoning behind those misbehaving is continuously ignored. “We end up punishing honor students to send a message to bad kids. But the data indicate that the bad kids are not getting the message.” — Professor Russell Skiba
It also lets students feel like they are not being controlled by someone. But having total freedom of speech can be good and bad. Some bad things are that people will say lots of negative things. When the students say these negative thing there is nothing the teacher can do because of the students freedom of speech. This is also bad because the students will start to feel
The first way is to be acquiesce. Acquiesung is understandable because it doesnt lead to any altercations. It is wrong because your in circumstances that are detrimental, and choose to not try to fight out. The second way is to resort to physical violence, which is a brutal way of getting what you want. Violence is wrong because it doesn’t fix the real problem it only disguises it.
(Tal Yellin, 1)This sets an absolutely horrible precedent for the education of the American student; why is more effort being put into imprisoning, not even helping, someone than teaching a child to learn new skills that could help them stay off a track of drug use? Some argue that rehabilitation, especially forced rehabilitation, does not stop a drug user from continuing to use drugs or committing other drug related crimes. This is shown to be untrue as scientific research shows that both mandated and voluntary rehabilitation helps people change their attitudes and behaviors so that they will avoid relapse. It also helps them remove themselves from a life of crime and can cut drug use in half and help avoid criminal activity in the future. (National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1) Not only does rehabilitation help out the previously addicted people involved, it also boosts the economy along the way.
In this instance, Rekers considered his treatment methods to be successful whereas, Murphy felt otherwise as he attempted to take his life as a teenager and later committed suicide as an adult. From this study and these academic journals, it is clear that conversion therapy does not work, yet, it is pretty ironic that non professionals are encouraging the continuation of it when professionals are banning it due to the harmful effects it has on children. Harmful situations such as using authoritative figures like parents to coerce or force impressionable children into a situation where the outcomes are only desirable by this said authoritative figures, which can only cause harm and confusion in the minds of young and easily persuaded children. This incredible irony lies flat out in the knowledge that professionals are concerned about not only the methods used in conversion therapy but also the harmful outcomes. Whereas, non professionals have almost no regard the amount of mental damage done to their patients or the possible physical self-harm and tragically