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A new APA resolution cites evidence that physical punishment can cause lasting harm for children. . Apr 1, 2014 · According to (Gudyanga et al.

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. The punishment method is a good deterrent against prisoners violating prison rules. The evidence that corporal punishment (such as spanking, smacking, or slapping) can impair child development is compelling.

Corporal punishment as a means of disciplining and controlling children is a common practice in schools and in families in Nepal (Kandel, Kunwar, Karki, Kandel, & Lamichhane, 2017;Mishra et al. Corporal punishment belongs to the traditional school room where it was the only form of punishment.

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On the hand, there is also a large number of people who denounce corporal punishment as cruel and.

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Photo courtesy of Jorge Cuartas. . 10. . Corporal punishment sets clear boundaries and motivates children to behave in school. But research has yet to establish the best alternative form of child discipline.

The above-outlined effects can lead to lifetime psychological problems even though the majority of those problems do not show physical injury.

But research has yet to establish the best alternative form of child discipline. .

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Children who receive physical.

Corporal punishment as a means of disciplining and controlling children is a common practice in schools and in families in Nepal (Kandel, Kunwar, Karki, Kandel, & Lamichhane, 2017;Mishra et al.

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