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PARENTAL USE OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT.

Examines effects of income and education levels on parental views and use of corporal punishment. Hypothesizes that low-income, less educated parents use physical force more than verbal assertion. Discusses many studies on the topic that reveal corporal punishment to be prevelent despite negative consequences and decreased attitudes toward its practice.
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EFFECTS OF INCOME AND EDUCATION LEVELS ON PARENTAL CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
Abstract
The purpose of this research paper is to investigate effects of income and education levels on parental views and uses of corporal punishment. A review of the literature will be used to address the following hypothesis: lower income and educational levels will be positively associated with higher tendencies to believe in and practice, spanking. The population investigated will include both parents but will focus on mothers. It is expected that the research will support the hypothesis.
Introduction
The following review of the literature will present fin

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