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|Title:||Examination of Corporal Punishment from Three Perspectives: A Recommended Corporal Punishment Counseling Model and its Application|
|Publisher:||Khazar University Press|
|Series/Report no.:||Volume 18;Number 1|
|Abstract:||Corporal punishment [(beating, physical violence)] is a consequence of accumulations which have continued throughout the human history. According to Gözütok (1993), corporal punishment is the infliction of pain or harm on a person’s body as retribution for an offence. According to Köknel (1996), on the other hand, it is an aggression instinct which has dominated the society without being limited any pressure, control or obstruction. According to Egerton (1976) it is an ineffective method of changing a child’s behavior. According to Baler (1988), it is the expression of weakness. According to the author, corporal punishment is the transfer of a person’s feelings of inadequacy related to his expectation from other people to act according to his feelings, thoughts and behaviors; to self-expression, and to perceiving other people’s needs, emotions, thoughts and actions to behaviors along with aggressive tendencies.|
|Appears in Collections:||2015, Vol. 18, № 1|
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