Corporal punishment as most american parents still believe that it is their right to raise their children as they feel best (gershoff, 2013 bitensky, 1998) the purpose of this thesis is to explore whether or not denial is a factor in the continuance of spanking children denial is difficult to specifically measure,. Existing research documents the negative effects and very little research supports any positive benefits of corporal punishment this dissertation is part of the collection entitled: unt theses and dissertations and was provided by unt libraries to digital library, a digital repository hosted by the unt. Columbia university although the merits of parents using corporal punishment to discipline children have been argued for decades positive and negative effects that accrue from corporal punishment (eg, larzelere, 1996 categorical moderators: (a) source of study (journal, book, dissertation) (b) measure of corporal. Student thesis level: master's corporal punishment a study about attitudes and opinions to corporal punishment and the connection to children's rights in south africa and sweden the conclusion is that those who are positive to corporal punishment thinks it is an efficient working method, and it is. Teachers agreed that corporal punishment is an ideal practice for molding children in primary schools parents in nigeria some parents continue to say that corporal punishment is not good enough for the growth and intellectual a phd thesis, facculty of education, university of the western cape south africa. Iii declaration i declare that this thesis, corporal punishment: cultural- historical and socio-cultural practices of teachers in a south african primary school, is my own unaided work it is submitted for the degree of doctor of philosophy at the university of cape town to the best of my knowledge it has not been submitted.
This project is neither a master's thesis nor a dissertation of corporal punishment are “spanking, slapping, shoving a child roughly, and hitting with certain objects, eg, hair brush or a belt” (straus 2002) studies show that the best predictor for the acceptance of the use of corporal punishment is the amount of corporal. Spring 2007 causal effect of corporal punishment on children's internalizing and externalizing behavioral outcomes: results from a propensity score matching analysis sara zane morris georgia southern university follow this and additional works at: this thesis (open. In a few states which have prohibited all corporal punishment, the positive effects of the decreased use of physical punishment are becoming visible7 research in sweden has found huge declines in the prevalence of corporal punishment since prohibition was achieved in 19798 a 2000 study which examined the impact.
Departmental honors thesis 2 introduction corporal punishment, defined as “physical force resulting in pain or discomfort, but not significant injurymeant to alter a child's unfavorable behavioral patterns,” remains a much debated topic of conversation in the united states (straus & donnelly, 2001, p 4). Corporal punishment corporal punishment in schools by sommer b hunt a master's thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the positive approach which most states are now focused on is said to be more effective some states allow reasonable corporal punishment but what may be. A dissertation submitted to the university of zambia in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the good friends ngosa durcus sepeto, rahabe banda, chilufya clare chiwisa, and my former pupils charles discipline in pupils after the abolishment of corporal punishment in 2003 in zambian schools the objectives of. Corporal punishment 5 introduction barbarism is the reason behind corporal punishment towards children today (demause, 2010) barbarism has been a part of human identity since neolithic times compared to other animals' sharp claws, strong teeth, and fur (to protect them during the winter),.
Positive effects of corporal punishment corporal punishment in regards to spanking has been used for hundreds of years in educational systems and in house holds and is still legal in all fifty states for parents to use in there household because it is an effective way to punish a child for wrong behavior. And moral courage by examining the correlations between these variables in a population of college students specifically, this research examines whether a positive relationship between inductive discipline and moral courage, and a negative relationship between corporal punishment and moral courage, would be present.
Thomas hammarberg a thesis submitted to the public policy and administration department in partial i am dedicating this research to my god for all his good acts and plentiful grants that i have experienced teachers, parents and recent-graduate students about the use of corporal punishment as a tool for discipline. Corporal punishment is a destructive form of discipline that is ineffective in producing educational environments in which students can thrive rather than relying on harsh and threatening disciplinary tactics, schools and teachers should be encouraged to develop positive behavior supports (pbs), which. This thesis is brought to you for free and open access by the education and human development at digital commons @brockport it has been in chapter one of my thesis i introduced corporal punishment in the punishment on students, but also to determine what the best form of discipline may be for a. Abstract- this is part of a broad study that sought to find out views of parents in zimbabwe on the use of corporal punishment in schools this paper looks at perceptions of parents on the policy that bars the use of corporal punishment in schools the study used case study as a research design the study used interview.
Corporal punishment or physical punishment is a punishment intended to cause physical pain on a person it is most often practiced on minors, especially in home and school settings common methods include spanking or paddling it has also historically been used on adults, particularly on prisoners and enslaved. Positive outcomes the body of research presents an overwhelmingly convincing case that corporal punishment is harmful for children, adults and societies intended for use by advocates for towards and children's experience of corporal punishment, see wwwendcorporalpunishmentorg major meta- analyses of. This thesis will analyze the constitutionality of corporal punishment of children by their parents corporal punishment of minors the swedish method of banning corporal punishment through a legislative declaration with no specific punishment is no doubt the best means to make the transition the legislative declaration.
Eyebrows were raised this week by the surprising news that nearly half of parents said they would like to see corporal punishment return to schools. Outline topic: is spanking children for discipline effective or not specific purpose: to persuade my audience that non-physical forms of discipline are more ethical and effective thesis statement: use of corporal punishment as child discipline is both unethical and ineffective hitting or spanking a child will only teach them. I, celiwe cheryl wendy khanyile hereby declare that this dissertation, entitled: positive attitudes towards the alternatives to corporal punishment corporal punishment learners do not respect educators because they know that they will not be punished although alternative disciplinary measures are available such as. (29 pages), strong essays, [preview] we need corporal punishment in the classroom - thesis: educators should be allowed to use some forms of mild physical discipline in order to ensure that schools remain safe, structured environments where all children can learn effectively violent crime in us schools is a real.
Corporal punishment is the act of using physical force to punish a student for wrongdoing it might involve a ruler across in this essay, i explore the for and against of implementing corporal punishment within education one reason to bring back it can cause a great deal of damage to a family corporal punishment stops. There are many different ways of disciplining a child corporal punishment is one of the main ones corporal punishment is defined as intentionally inflicting pain on the body for purposes of punishment or controlling behaviour corporal punishment comes in different forms, there is teachers punishing students as discipline,. Management of discipline in a post corporal punishment environment : case study of primary schools in the informal settlements in the north west province tlhapi, petrus makganye uri: date: 2015 type: thesis.