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Why corporal punishment turns people into lawbreakers?
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Posted 10/15/14 , edited 10/16/14
I just found out that corporal punishment turns people into criminals and if you don't believe me then watch this video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcO48w5Xcvo

Edit: How dare you support Corporal Punishment?
You were suppose to agree with this. I cannot take this monstrosity that supports smacking. Don't think that spanking is demonic abuse, like you're suppose to? Don't differentiate anything.
Posted 10/15/14 , edited 10/19/14
yesss youtube, the most scientific and reliable source of information

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I got spanking and I'm not in jail. Doesn't apply to every child who ever got spankings, dude.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

I got spanking and I'm not in jail. Doesn't apply to every child who ever got spankings, dude.


I'm in agreement. I've been hit with belts and switches and nothing legal has happened.

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Kaolinite wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I got spanking and I'm not in jail. Doesn't apply to every child who ever got spankings, dude.


I'm in agreement. I've been hit with belts and switches and nothing legal has happened.



Legal?
Posted 10/15/14

qualeshia3 wrote:


Kaolinite wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I got spanking and I'm not in jail. Doesn't apply to every child who ever got spankings, dude.


I'm in agreement. I've been hit with belts and switches and nothing legal has happened.



Legal?


That would be jail.

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Ah, I see.
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If you beat the crap out of your kid for interrupting a TV show to ask a question about homework, yeah they'll likely misunderstand the positive and negative stimulus and turn out to have more criminal influences.
If the kid is acting up in a store and causing a disruption of some sort, pulling them aside and either talking or a quick swat on the butt will assist in letting them know they're doing something they ought not to.

Most of it relies on the right use of punishment and discussion. Beating the crap out of a kid will screw them up.

Singapore's corporal punishment system is an exception, a caning is a good wake up call to teach you not to screw around!
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Oh god you again...
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As soon as I saw the title, I knew who it was.
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The problem with corporal punishment analysis is there is little emphasis on how or why the punishment is being caused. Case in point being striking a child out of discipline vs. striking a child out of aggression or anger. These are not split up and so the results will be unfairly biased. In one of my textbooks for psychology I read that usually white people (race I know, but bear with it) show negative signs when it comes to corporal punishment because their parenting style revolves around being a nurturer and a caretaker, whereas hispanic, black, and asian parenting styles usually revolve around the overseer, or making sure they have food and water, but for the most part allow them to learn lessons on their own. Also Corporal Punishment show little negative effect toward low income children because of the reality of the dangerous lifestyle, so to them, they understand why they are being punished, theoretically.

Source: A Topical Approach to Lifespan Development
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SaintJames012 wrote:

The problem with corporal punishment analysis is there is little emphasis on how or why the punishment is being caused. Case in point being striking a child out of discipline vs. striking a child out of aggression or anger. These are not split up and so the results will be unfairly biased. In one of my textbooks for psychology I read that usually white people (race I know, but bear with it) show negative signs when it comes to corporal punishment because their parenting style revolves around being a nurturer and a caretaker, whereas hispanic, black, and asian parenting styles usually revolve around the overseer, or making sure they have food and water, but for the most part allow them to learn lessons on their own. Also Corporal Punishment show little negative effect toward low income children because of the reality of the dangerous lifestyle, so to them, they understand why they are being punished, theoretically.

Source: A Topical Approach to Lifespan Development


Thank you for providing logic, kind sir.
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Thank you for providing logic, kind sir.


I try lol there seems to be a lack of it lately.
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As soon as I saw the title, I knew who it was.


I could quote a few people on this post to get how I feel, but I'm choosing you because of spiderman.
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