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Physical Punishment

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  • 1. Physical Punishment HOANG THUY DUONG BE A2 HOANG THUY DUONG BE A2
  • 2. OUTLINE
    • Definition
    • Physical punishment types
    • The effects of physical punishment
  • 3. Definition Physical punishment Purposeful infliction of bodily pain as a penalty for unacceptable behavior. infliction An act causing pain or damage
  • 4. Physical punishment types striking slapping Bamboo Rod Stick Ruler Belt split jumping spanking standing up beating mild punishment Whipping
  • 5. Psychological damages Behavioral damages Physical damages Relationship damages Effects
  • 6. Physical damages
  • 7. Behavioral damages Hitting others is morally correct Hitting is the way to deal with annoyance Hitting is an acceptable method of solving problems and dealing with interpersonal conflicts.
  • 8. depression anxiety Psychological damages Alcohol drug abuse fear violence Low self-esteem
  • 9. too often Children being beaten Resentment and fear to parents Hate parents Relationship between children and parents is damaged Relationship damages
  • 10. Conclusion It is the end of my talk Thank you for listening