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Corporal Punishment.

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Corporal Punishment (FOR) Intro For years, millions of parents have lovingly and intentionally administer mid corporal punishment out of a true desire to raise happy, secure children - and have been successful. Today I will be interviewing a mother of 5 and she will be giving her point of view on whether corporal punishment is acceptable or not. ...read more.


Here is Handan Safak to give her opinion. 1. Parents should be able to judge proper types of punishment for their children. It has been suggested that parents should be allowed to select the type of behaviour control that they consider appropriate for their children. ...read more.


2. Some children will only respond to physical punishment. It has been suggested that some children with enriched behaviour problems will only respond to physical punishment or the threat of physical punishment. Restore discipline in our high shools - bringing back the cane as a deterrent. When corporal punishment was removed from state schools standards have droped and it is reflected in the violence in our classrooms. ...read more.

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