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  • Parental Discipline And Child Abuse

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    punishments as a child most likely became more disciplined earlier than everyone else and most likely still is. To be clear, the intended definition of punishments to be used is a penalization for committing an act that would be considered unacceptable in the eyes of the parent i.e swearing, fighting, being disrespectful, etc. This is also known as parental discipline. Although it may not seem like it there is a clear boundary separating parental discipline from child abuse. Parental discipline is intended

  • Parental Discipline And Child Abuse

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    with punishments as a child most likely became more disciplined earlier than everyone else and most likely still is. To be clear, the intended definition of punishments to be used is a penalization for committing an act that would be considered unacceptable in the eyes of the parent i.e. swearing, fighting, being disrespectful, etc. This is also known as parental discipline. Although it may not seem like it there is a clear boundary separating parental discipline from child abuse.

  • Purpose Of Child Discipline

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    knows the purpose of child discipline. Parents need to set boundaries for their children and punish them when they cross the line. Children who do not have these boundaries set for them grow up with no respect for authority, and likely little to no respect for God. That’s why discipline is important. Proverbs 13:24, ”He who spares the rod Hates his son, but he who loves him is diligent to discipline him.” The Bible clearly says that if someone loves their child they will discipline them. Hebrews 12:11

  • Physical Discipline And Child Behavior Problems Essay

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    “Physical Discipline and Child Behavior Problems: A study of Ethnic Group Differences” by Jodi Polaha, Robert E. Larzelere, Steven K. Sharpio and Gregory S. Petit is researching the relation between parental discipline and how it relates to the child’s behavior expression problems within different ethnic groups. They’re addressing how physical discipline in different ethnic groups can affect children’s way of expressing themselves in distinct ways. Previous research shows when a parent’s discipline is abusive

  • Persuasive Essay On How To Discipline A Child

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    As Plato once proclaimed, “Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each” depicting that being harsh when disciplining a child is not necessary. There are a variety of strategies to follow when punishing a child such as time out, the removal of a prized possession, grounding the youngster, or spanking which depend on their matureness. Although,

  • Discipline Child Abuse

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    levels of discipline. However, there is a right and a wrong way to handle these misbehaviors. “Parents must help their defiant children be successful” (Petrakis 147). For many parents finding the proper way to deal with their child's behavior can be stressful and result in anger. According to Jody Pawel, a licensed social worker, discipline should have a focus on helping a child learn from their mistakes (Pawel). Child abuse is defined as the “physical maltreatment” of a child (“Child Abuse”). In

  • When Does Discipline Cross the Line to Child Abuse?

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    When Does Discipline Cross the Line to Child Abuse? In this report, I concentrated my research on the fine line between physical discipline and child abuse, with emphasis on spanking vs. not spanking and its effects on children. Included are research from statistics, opposing views and arguments, advocates’ and Department of Children and Families’ position. The use of corporal punishment, or spanking, as a form of parental discipline is a controversial topic. Adults who remember being spanking

  • Essay On Child Discipline

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    some point of their life. The term discipline can be defined as to teach knowledge and skills; however, it is often equated to punish and control in parenthood. The different ways to discipline a child has been a hot subject since the early times of the biblical period. Many states in the United States had created laws to protect children from child abuse. In the last decade child abuse has been on a rapidly growing issue. The goal of parenting is to provide a child with the necessaries and emotional

  • Child Discipline

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    Forms of Discipline: What is best for the child? Children are like flowers, if well taken care of they will bloom. If ignored or tortured, they will wither and die. Child discipline is one of the most important elements of successful parenting. Today, many people have this notion that physical abuse is in no way a solution to helping children discern between right and wrong. Since generations children have been taught the art of discipline through physical punishment. Often this approach to disciplining

  • The Values Of Parenting And Child Discipline

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    Parenting and Child Discipline For many years, discipline was and still is a grey line. By 2000, Studies were showing major associations between physical punishment and mental health, physical injury, parent-child relationships and family violence in adulthood. This led many countries to take action against violent punishments. Therefore, countries banned domestic violence after they decided that gentle discipline is the best method to raise a kid. On the other hand, many parents are reluctant to

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