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Does spanking have any place in a parent's disciplinary toolbox? Should teachers ever be able to hit, restrain, or isolate kids for behavior purposes? And if not, what sort of behavior controls can be put in the place of these no-longer-acceptable practices? Join About.com parenting guides Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Catherine Holecko (Family Fitness), Katherine Lee (Parenting School-Age Children), and Lisa Jo Rudy (Autism) as we discuss corporal punishment at home and at school.
This show will explore corporal punishment in the Black community. Is it safe to say that this form of punishment stems from slavery and the way that "massa" disciplined the slaves? We'll discuss this and much more tonight at 7:00PM so please join and weigh in on the discussion.
After nearly two decades of discussion where are we now. Black, white cultural norms and contrasts about spankng and child rearing
Chastisment, discipline and current research that talks about racial/cultural differences and the effectivness/detriment of spanking
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Please join Raina as she discusses corporal punishment.
Is it abuse or discipline? Necessary or tradition? Justified or accepted?
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The team of Yardie Skeptics turns the microscope of skepticism on the practice of corporal punishment, especially as it relates to children, this Sunday May 11th at 12:30pm EDT (11:30am Jamaica time).
Why are parents still holding on to this archaic and most times cruel method of behaviour modification? Could it be that there is actually some value in strapping a child across the back until marks appear, and then parading it on social media for all the world to show their approval? Is this meant for the benefit of the child, or simply to satisfy the ego of the parent/guardian? Is religion a driving force behind this reliance on corporal punishment, or is there simply something particularly deficient about Caribbean children which prevents the non-violent "new age" methods from working on them? Di damn pickney dem too rude!
If you're a parent, or you've had a good whooping during your lifetime, you need to tune into this program and share your views. Joining us live in studio will be Dr. Sandra Knight and Taitu Heron who approach this issue from the perspective of research and child psychology. If you are an adherent of the "spare the rod and spoil the child" philosophy we're eager to hear from you!
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Dr. Sharon Smith, outspoken secularist, feminist and long time supporter of the Yardie Skeptics Network now serves as show producer.
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Corporal Punishment leads to Salvation of the Soul.
Proverbs 20:30 The blueness of a wound cleanseth away evil: so do stripes the inward parts of the belly.
According to the scriptures and that is our final authority and guide for life. Physical pain leads to spiritual cleansing and the awakening of the benefits of Salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ.
In preparing for this program I Googled Corporal punishment and was surprised to see all the references to articles and comments against corporal punishment. This is why we have such an unruly world. There is not corporal punishment in our homes (Proverbs 22:15) schools and prisons. Without corporal punishment there is no spiritual chastisement and therefore not true repentance and sorrow over sin. There is no real appreciation for the torture and humiliation that our Lord Jesus Christ went through for us on the Cross (Hebrews 12:2 -4)
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Culturally and historically, we have relied on corporal punishment as a means of regulating our children's behavior. It was done to us and so we rationalize, it is an effective method we can rely on to raise our own children.
But is corporal punishment really effective? Especially when people of color, who traditionally depend on such means, have the highest incidences of kids "falling astray" in their teen years--with jail and unwed teen pregnancy often becoming rites of passage for our youth?
Is corporal punishment the way to producing healthy, "obedient" people or is it producing something else entirely?
The punishment of the devil, a "son of the morning" was that he could not have a habitation or physical body, therefore he is angry and with those cast out with him make war and possess the bodies of men by taking them over and deluding them:
The punishment, however, of "Joe Sixpack" is that he will be separate and singly, a drone, in eternity in his saved condition, for his women will be taken from him, and more women than men will be saved into the Celestial Kingdom than men, for there are three heavens, and the sons of God shall gather many lone females to themselves, for they kept their second estate, saith the Lord.
"We came to this earth that we might have a body and present it pure before God in the celestial kingdom. The great principle of happiness consists in having a body. The devil has no body, and herein is his punishment. He is pleased when he can obtain the tabernacle of man, and when cast out by the Savior he asked to go into the herd of swine, showing that he would prefer a swine's body to having none. Now, in this world, mankind are naturally selfish, ambitious and striving to excel one above another; yet some are willing to build up others as well as themselves. So in the other world there are a variety of spirits. Some seek to excel. And this was the case with Lucifer when he fell. He sought for things which were unlawful. Hence he was sent down, and it is said he drew many away with him; and the greatness of his punishment is that he shall not have a tabernacle. This is his punishment. So the devil, thinking to thwart the decree of God, by going up and down in the earth, seeking whom he may destroy-any person that he can find that will yield to him, he will bind him, and take possession of the body and reign there, ...(Joseph Smith)