Better and healthier ways of remanding a child is talk to them, and if that doesn’t work you can resort to punishing them. Parent’s see spanking as a way of dealing with their children’s bad behavior, but what they don’t see is that their teaching kids that violence will resolve their problems. Spanking may also cause children emotionally stress. It makes children feel they are not loved and there is something wrong with them. Spanking, frankly doesn’t resolve the problem of kids lashing out.
Children should not be spanked in order to discipline them for a negative behavior. Spanking can be seen as a way of disciplining and correcting children's negative attitudes, but does the worse. Spanking is a primitive way of forcing a child to stop his or her current behavior by hitting. Children spanking is strictly prohibited in several countries while a number of countries have prohibited hitting children in schools (Clabaugh). In United States, spanks by parents have caused lots of critical situations that calls for attention.
Spanking helps to teach our kids right from wrong and what path they should follow, if the spanking is a negative treatment that stops them from doing things like, fighting, stealing, lying and any other negative behaviour that will make them not want to do it anymore. It will teach them that the consequences of that behaviour are good and they won’t do it anymore, so child spanking is not abusive it is teaching and instructing. Spanking long term consequences can cause increased aggressiveness in children which is what you would see in an abusive
Over 11,300 books have been challenged since 1982 (11,300 Books You Shouldn’t Read). Banning certain books is a topic of much discussion between parents and education professionals. Some believe that children are being restricted by not being able to read books that have been banned for one reason or another. They believe it violates their right to read and that they are missing out on some really good books. Although banning books deemed inappropriate holds its advantages, books should be banned because of their sexual information or explicit nature and unsuitability for certain age groups.
Turley argued that violent toys offer advantages because they aid children in channelling their aggression and seen as a valuable vehicle to process violence. However he failed to address how this could help convince zero-tolerance parents who viewed violent toys as an encouragement of aggressive behaviours and violent attitude. Despite putting in reasonable effort in his claim of having a healthy dose of violence, the result would as undesirable if violence had been misinterpreted or mishandled such as in the case of the 1999 Columbine High School shootings. Turley should therefore be educating parents on guiding their children when playing with such violent toys and not exposing to children directly. While Turley provides sufficient amount of evidence from various professionals, the essence of the author’s original argument that violent toys should be seen as beneficial was lost in the midst of quoting the many opinions and research of other individuals.
A gray area with corporal punishment, however, is where the line to abuse is seen and drawn. Every adult, child, and teen defines spanking differently. Obviously here some believe spanking is a form of abuse, while others merely see it is a good form of discipline. A teen who has the ability to know right and wrong being struck on the bottom may view it as wrong because they could have just been scolded, explained consequences. It is hard for a toddler to see right and wrong when they are just learning and everything is new to them.
Many terrorist have a view where nothing stands in the way of their cause. The acts of terror even though it may help certain cultures causes they do not openly support it because of the bad light it shines on them. Children soldiers are often used in wars. Most of the children are brainwashed or manipulated. The use of children test the morality of the opposition they face.
The majority of Americans will say that spanking is abusive, that it teaches children to be aggressive, and that there is no instructional value. These are all myths. Abusive parents do not use spankings for correctional purposes; they lash out and take their anger out on their children. Second, abusive parents don’t just spank they hit or beat their children. But for non abusive parents, spanking is done out of love and care to correct a child’s behavior.
What’s not to like about P.E.? Well, it’s hard to believe, but many parents will argue that it is too competitive and intimidating for kids, only growing the list of things that a bully can use to tease another child. To be honest, yes. There are those kinds of people who only wish to tease and taunt others. But things like this can be prevented.