TITLE

De-escalating spanking

AUTHOR(S)
Kleiner, Ellen; Ashisha
PUB. DATE
December 1994
SOURCE
Mothering;Winter94, Issue 73, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the findings of a survey of pediatricians concerning their views on spanking as a way to discipline children. Effect of parent's use of corporal punishment on the child's likelihood of adopting violent behaviors; Post-traumatic stress symptoms in children exposed to violence as infants and toddlers; De-escalation efforts; Nonviolent parenting courses; `Free the Kids!,' Winter 1993 issue as article source.
ACCESSION #
9410196013

 

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