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Corporal Punishment

Corporal punishment is the use of physical force that intentionally inflicts pain as a means of discipline


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Operant Conditioning There are many examples of undesirable behavior that persist because they are reinforced. One of these is when a toddler throws a tantrum for something that he/she wants. Mom or Dad get tired of listening or are too tired to discipline or whatever the case may be,...
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To Spank or Not to Spank Should parents ``spare the rod, spoil the child''? Do children who are spanked really become ``bad'' adults? When it comes to disciplining a child, should corporal punishment be used or a more subtle and reasonable approach? Some parents are firm believers in a...
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What is philosophy for Plato? The word 'philosophy' comes from the Greek for 'love of wisdom.' For the Greeks, then, including Plato, philosophy is just this-the exercise that one undertakes when one is driven by a love of wisdom. For Plato, wisdom is the knowledge of truth. This makes...
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUNISHMENT According to Richard Clark, the conception of punishment must consist of "something that one does not want to happen to oneself" and usually contains two specific outcomes, being retribution, often in the form of incarceration and under extreme conditions the...
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The Death Penalty The Bible urges the principle of "an eye for an eye," requiring punishment that is equal in kind to (but not greater than) the offense committed. Such a policy applied to murder cases would lead to the application of the death penalty. But the world is not so simple....
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The United States Supreme Court noted many years ago that "The primary role of the parents in the upbringing of their children is now established beyond debate as an enduring American tradition." President Bill Clinton also recognized this in his 1994 State of the Union speech,...
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It's truly unfair to expect an adolescent to behave on a level that would be expected from a mature person. Their minds are not developed enough to see the many layers of things that happen to them - instead they tend to think only in a matter of cause and effect. An adolescent is as a result...
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57863 nt and ot god and his people The God of the Old Testament is one of wrath and power, obedience and punishment, the god of the Jewish religion. The Old Testament deals with the establishment of God's mythos through a variety of stories told, which had direct effects...
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I. The enactment of laws comes from society, by which Beccarria means a gathering of individuals who are willing to forego some freedom in order to preserve the rest from the brutality of the gangs that form humanity without civilization. II. Beccaria claims that "All punishments which...
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Dante's Inferno: Gate of Hell Those of us who believe in a hell, or a heaven, for that matter, may think the punishments Dante invents fit the sins for which they are divine retribution, while non-believers may see the Divine Comedy as a very long poem, written tongue-in-cheek by an old...
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