The parents show that their not going to allow the child goofing off and they will be listened to. Study shows that children have more respect for their parents in the future if and when their spanked. I believe parents need to spank, and I have more respect for mine because they did. Spanking a child is also not abuse because the parent spanking the kid is teaching them right from wrong. A parent has to teach a kid what’s right from wrong so they can assure they won’t do it again.
Physical punishment is of course also not an option as it can scar the child emotionally and mentally. Though some differ for most children, principles like respecting the child's customs, values and spiritual beliefs as well their family comes into play when working with children from minority groups. These policies mean that all ethnicities and races and religions must be respected as not doing so could lead not only to hurting the child mentally and emotionally, but can lead to court cases as well. "Even if it was proved that physically punishing children was effective, would that make it any less a violation of their rights? No amount of research would alter the fact that such behaviour is wrong and a breach of human rights."
Summary: In “Justice: Childhood Love Lessons”, bell hooks notes that grownups, with their ways of discipline; often confuse children about the concept of love. (27). I agree with bell hooks; children are taught love is as simple as giving a hug or sharing your toys but when they are abused by their guardians with explanations such as “I do this became I love you” it will confuse them great deal. 2. Direct Quotation: bell hooks says, “Being hurt by parenting adults rarely alters a child’s desire to be loved and be loved by them [parents].
Child abusing and child spanking are two completely different things and I think that it’s just fine to discipline your children with spanks and that it’s not abusive. Spanking is an effective way to get children to change negative behavior such as delinquency. In a study mothers who combined reasoning with ill behavior they applied negative consequences to change the kid’s negative behaviour. Spanking is just a form of disciplining your child and the word discipline comes from the root word disciplinary which means to teach or instruct. 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.
These parents make it known when the child is wrong and sometimes even ignore them. There is a lack in the loving and valuing nature that parents should have. Regardless, on both ends of the spectrum the parent will discipline their child when they misbehave because that is how they continue to learn right from wrong. When deciding how much control and/or supervision the parent places on the child lies under demandingness-control or permissiveness-restrictiveness. Controlling parents limit the amount of freedom, further resulting in rules.
If the child mis-uses the freedom, yes you should control them using the appropriate from of disciple. A parent shouldn’t have to disciple their child after the age of 15-18, it shouldn’t be necessary. If your child isn’t responsible by then, than you’ve done something wrong with your guidance. I agree with bell hooks that children shouldn’t be physically abused, but in some cases you need to spank your child.
The focus is mainly on the children and both are not showing any signs of any issues within the marriage with each other. The goal is to get them speaking about themselves so that the couple can see themselves first then the children. According to the commentary this is a fairly frequent dilemma for family therapist. The ethical issue that stands out to me is why are the children are acting out in a way does it cause a rearing. I would being to ask in what way have you tried to discipline the children.
He explained how parents don’t tell their children to lie, but their children see them do it. He said parents also encourage their children to tell “white lies.” One example of this is when a child is given a gift from someone that they don’t particularly like; they are encouraged to say that they like it. He believes this makes the child think that it’s okay to lie. When a child tells a “white lie” often parents are proud because to them, their child is being polite and the parents don’t see it as them telling a lie. He believes parents often put their children in positions to lie and test their honesty without realizing it, therefore, when children are encouraged to tell so many white lies, they get comfortable with it.
She says that being in charge of consequences for anything from bad behavior to failing to finish chores is making sure that her kids are in control. I agree with this, because my parents control me for the same reasons. I think it is absolutely okay to think of not giving up parental control when it is required most of the time. She also thinks that making sure that the kids are slightly afraid of you as a parent and know the guidelines at home, the better they will think and act. Again that is how my parents worked with me when I was in Elementary School.
It is not that they demand too much from their kids but they expect too little. Parents try so hard to provide their children’s needs to make them happy and become their kid’s best friend that they forget about being a real parent. A parent who knows what is best for their child should not be afraid to say “no”, “The mistake that many parents make today is not that they’re too strict but rather too lenient”. They should discipline and set limits to consumption and teach their children the value of a