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    discipline their children. The reason therefore is that a defence exists in South African common-law for parents when a claim based on assault is raised. This defence is known as reasonable disciplinary chastisement and it is seen as ‘n ground of justification. Physical assault, such as corporal chastisement is seen as unlawful. In the following discussion current legislation on the subject, world views and the interpretation of the Constitution will be examined to determine whether or not this defence

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    morally right or wrong in the 21st Century. Smacking children is an issue which is very complex hence the reason why so many people have opinioned opinions on the same problem, some people are smacking children as they feel hitting children allows chastisement and only teaches ferocity (Moyse, 2009). Therefore in this essay I intend to put across both side of the influences and then conclude

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    to get all of their rights back. Many of the new laws alluded to the fact that the Whites were still in charge and the freedmen and their children were not free. In the Mississippi Apprentice Laws, it states, “masters have the power to inflict chastisement”. This quote shows that the old masters still have control of these children. The Mississippi Apprentice Laws also state that the children must give “service of his or her master…in indenture”, which shows the child never left slavery. These children

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    children anymore. Authority to exercise corporal punishment often leads to abuse of power, child abuse and feelings of superiority. All of the above mentioned factors will contribute to the future for a common-law defence of reasonable disciplinary chastisement in South African law 2 General implications of corporal punishment In most cases, punishment is given to clarify the authority and status over the offender. Irrespective of the harm the child or the offender caused, physically punishing the offender

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    *57. If you want to be a great leader, you must learn to follow the Dao. Stop trying to control. Let go of fixed plans and concepts, and the world will govern itself. The Daoist believed that following the ‘Way’ of nature would allow the world to govern itself, unlike the Confucian way of ritual. Daoists expressly stated to let go of concrete concepts, unlike the Confucian way, which believed that Li would create a proper government by way of organization. As a result, Confucius believed governments

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    Many think that being the Receiver of Memory is an honor. Actually, being the Receiver of Memory is a punishment. One reason is that the receiver would obtain all the terrible memories that nobody knows about. Another, is that everyone would be counting on the receiver. Finally, the receiver is separated from everyone and feels different from everyone else. The first reason that being the receiver is a punishment is that the receiver has to hold all the horrific memories that nobody knows about

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    sale gives the audience the first indication that the novel is a discourse on slavery. A segment of the bill of sale refers to “Sapphira is half prime, inflicted with sullenness and entertains a bilious nature, having resisted under reasonable chastisement the performance of field or domestic labour” (Naylor, p.2). The reader witnesses the power of the language to conceal the truth and hide the horrors of slavery.

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    out on the path of righteousness. It is arguable that the commands of the Lord in the book of Genesis, such as exiling Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden and the Great Flood, contradict His forgiving disposition. However, the nature of God’s chastisements demonstrates

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    When a crime is committed it is certain that the offender will receive a penalty. It is necessary to serve punishment to learn right from wrong and better ones’ self. At least, that is what has long been our society’s moral standard. Christine Pelton’s situation, however, obviously demanded integrity be forgotten and those values be deemed insignificant. Pelton, a sophomore biology teacher in Piper, Kansas, noticed twenty-eight students’ semester projects had been illicitly stolen. Supported by higher

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    totally different styles of punishment. It is all based on individual perception of a situation. Back in the Middle Ages, chastise used to be related to a beating, but over time that use of the word has passed. What someone in a modern time feels is chastisement, 100 years ago would not be described the same

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