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Parenting Without Punishment - Dr Elizabeth Gershoff Interviewed watch video from 1:20-16:00 1. How does Dr. Gershoff define spanking? Physical punishment? Corporal punishment? Spanking – a swat with an open hand. Physical punishment – a parent using an object (paddles, wooden spoon, etc.) or making a child wash there mouth out with soap. Corporal punishment – same definition as physical punishment, used more often in Europe and Canada, mostly used in schools in the US. 2. What is the difference between restraint and punishment? What is an example of restraint? Restraint is used to stop a child from harming its self or from hurting others. Is a child is about to run in the street you would grab the child to restraining the child from harm. 3. Why does Dr. Gershoff believe some parents spank versus use other methods of punishment?
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  • Spring '14
  • caning, School corporal punishment, Dr Elizabeth Gershoff

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