publication . Article . 2011

Root causes of corporal punishment of children: approaches and mechanisms to confront it

Mohammad Reza Hasani; Isa Abedini; Ebrahim Ebrahimi; Kamal Kohi;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2011 Journal: حقوق بشر (issn: 2423-6489, eissn: 2538-6360, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Mofid University
Abstract
Adult behavior has a profound effect on the personality and habits developed in children. Corporal punishment means the use of physical force to cause pain without injury, to discipline - 'behavior correction or control’- children. Corporal punishment of children can both have short-term and long-term harmful effects on their body and mind. In general, parents’ frequent use of corporal punishment is likely to be due to the fact that they may have experienced depression, drug abuse, alcohol use, quarrels, sexual abuse and adopting an authoritarian parenting style. Also, a high number of corporal punishment cases are reported to have occurred in families with low ...
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free text keywords: Corporal Punishment, domestic violence, physical abuse, Child abuse, Family, child, Law, K, Comparative law. International uniform law, K520-5582
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