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andrea.baird
I'm interested in Parenting & Childcare
I’m a student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development and Family Studies.
Physical Punishment: A Cultural Practice?
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Being a child development major, I frequently discuss parenting methods with my peers. I have found that many people, even future educators in my classes, use physical violence to discipline their children. I personally find it totally unnecessary and it shocks me that there will be future child care providers who find physical punishment to be an acceptable method of discipline. I never know whether I should share my opinion on physical violence and the affects it can have on children, or if I should let others parent in their own style and stay out of it. It’s a topic that I constantly find my self revisiting.
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Does anyone believe in or know someone who believes in corporal punishment as an affective way to discipline? If so, what are the reasons?
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