Physical Punishment in Childhood: The Rights of the Child (Google eBook)
Providing a wide spectrum of views, the authors explore the fine line between normalized physical punishment and illegal or unacceptable physical and emotional abuse of children. It builds on the emerging field of research that provides opportunities for children to speak for themselves about their views and experiences.
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Physical Punishment in Childhood: The Rights of the Child
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