Verified by Psychology Today. Great Kids, Great Parents. Why do we still spank children? The usual answer is to get them to do what we think is best for them - i. And, yet, the answer is much more complicated.
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A male teacher who asked a female trainee if he could spank her bottom with a school paddle has been banned from teaching. The teacher, whose name is suppressed, claimed he had "a sex addiction in which he fantasised about corporal punishment between adults". The Teachers Disciplinary Tribunal has censured him and cancelled his teaching registration. A district court has also convicted him for forging two letters on a university's letterhead seeking participants for a study on corporal punishment.
Verified by Psychology Today. Time outs and removing things has reportedly not worked as well as corporal punishment for Zach. According to the American Psychological Association APA , studies have shown that two-thirds of Americans still approve of parents spanking their children. This differs from the rest of the world; 30 countries ban physical punishment of children.
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