What is the punishment for someone who kills a child?
depends on the degree of murder. If he planned to do it, its 1st degree (life) you can also have something as low as criminal neglect which is a much lower sentence
You married a man who is married in Mexico and ive benn with him for 10 years but married for2 yrs what punishment could he get and is your marriage legal you have a daughter together?
A parent has the right to discipline their child, which includes corporal punishment (spanking/hitting). A child, however, is legally protected from cruel and unusual punishment from the parent. Generally speaking, if the parent is leaving a serious bruise, the child is being subjected to excessive punishment that constitutes "child abuse". Any further specification is a personal opinion.
* If the child actually goes for spiritual fufilment which many don't. They go to socialize. I did! * A child may actually want this to happen, in which case the punishment value is void. Personally, I wouldn't be using depriving someone of the opportunity to worship God as a punishment. And you never know - they may hear something that will correct them more than if they didn't go.
No. Teachers, nor any of the school staff has the right to hit a child, for several reasons. It is the parent's decision as to whether or not "capitol punishment" will be used on their child. Many parents today don't even use spanking as a form of punishment themselves. So if they won't hit their child as punishment at home, why should someone else be allowed to do so? Also, what one teacher may consider…
Punishment is a potentially hazardous way for teachers to control young children's behaviors because?
Punishment to the body, beatings, lashings, mutilations. This can be a punishment for a prisoner, but only in foreign contries, not the US. It can also mean punishmeant for a child, but in my opinion, the only right 'corperal punishmeant' for a child, would be a spanking. But DEFINATELY not so hard as to bruse the kid; that's abuse!! Corporal punishment is when a child, (usually down south) is whipped, canned, or paddled if they…
Directly not. Appropriate punishment may teach the child to obey rules, to be civilised; the child in question may be taught to think. + Inappropriate punishment will do just the opposite. + Also, REWARD for a good deed is also important, because punishment for a bad deed is only repressive education, reward for good is supportive education. + Children need love, care and support, both material AND moral. (some rules they can rely on)
1. It is immediate. The child can see the result of what he did and the relationship between the wrongdoing and the punishment. 2. Other punishments can be even more psychologically damaging or humiliating 3. It is effective and easily remembered by the child. It is uncomplicated. Children can understand physical punishment easily. 4. Children cannot always understand punishment which is removed from the time or the scene of what they did wrong.