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    My Memories

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    him but he kept hold tight, like a dog with a bone. We were fighting and arguing over it for about 2 or 3 minutes. Then all of a sudden he let go and I went flying through the air. I then ended up landing on the concrete out side the back door and smacking my head on the floor. The pain rushed to my head and I started to feel dizzy. It felt like some one had put my head in a vice and tightened it slowly. There was no blood but there was a huge bruise on the back of my head. I started to scream as loud

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    Experiments

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    away between your fingers. Put a small plastic toy on the surface. Does it stay there or does it sink? Ketchup, like Ooze, is a non-Newtonian fluid. Physicists say that the best way to get ketchup to flow is to turn the bottle over and be patient. Smacking the bottom of the bottle actually slows the ketchup down! Why does my Ooze act like that? Your Ooze is made up of tiny, solid particles of cornstarch suspended in water. Chemists call this type of mixture a colloid. As you found out when you experimented

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    meals. The retarded son does not eat his meals at the table with his family. In a description of the retarded son, Porter writes "He didn't whine for food, as the other children did, but waited until it was given Him; He ate squatting in the corner, smacking and mumbling" (597). When Mrs. Whipple's brother comes for a visit, Porter writes "He wouldn't come into the dining room, and Mrs. Whipple passed it off very well" (599). For appearances sake "Mrs. Whipple loaded up a big plate for Him first, before

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    Smacking Children: Is it Effective?

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    through the use of smacking is not a solution. According to Phillips and Alderson refers to, “lawful parental violence against children, from the ‘tap’ to the ‘belt’ and beyond” (1). Smacking as a way of having control over the children has no long term positive effects, even though, some would argue that it should not be criminalized since they see smacking as a way of disciplining children. Some argue that does not leave marks and cannot be persecuted and according to some smacking is not considered

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    Is smacking a child ever morally justified? [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution]  Is smacking a child ever morally justified? Introduction To attack or slap with strength using the open hand is the definition of smacking which is the issue that is being debated a lot amongst many people. The provocative matter is whether smacking children is 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

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    your undeveloped and sensitive hand. Would you like to experience this everlasting pain? Hello my name is Isura and I will be presenting my speech on why smacking should be a crime. There have been debates about should smacking be a crime. As stated by ABC Health and Wellbeing,”69% of Australian parents still smack their children today.” “Smacking is form of discipline has been outlawed in 33 countries.” “93% of mothers hit their 2 to 4 year olds an average of 3.6 times a week, or 187 times a year

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    The Issue of Smacking Children The issue of corporal punishment has been aware of for many years especially the smacking of children. Many think it is okay and justified by many things to be able to smack youngsters but just as many believe smacking children is wrong and shouldn't be allowed, some even think that it should be made illegal. Many people argue for smacking, saying that it is right, some of the arguments been that: the person (parent) was themselves smacked as a youngster

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    all, I am here today to talk to you all about an issue that has taken the community by storm. My reason for writing this speech is because, I think smacking towards children should be illegal. Firstly, I believe that the smacking of children is out of order and should never be used as an act of punishment. They might be infuriating and naughty but smacking them shows abusive nature. Some people use this as a form of punishment as they don’t know any better as this was how they was bought up by their

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    Smacking has become a controversial debate in today’s society as a group of doctors tried to make a smacking of children illegal (Browne 2013). Similarly, smacking caused numerous deaths of children (Browne 2013). Smacking is a physical punishment which was a typical way that parents used to guide their children in past. Moreover, they believe that smacking is more effective and it is acceptable. Physical punishment is illegal in 33 countries, whereas in some states and territories physical punishment

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    Discussion of Outlawing the Smacking of Children The current law giving children less protection than adults dates back to the century before last and is now seen to be out of step with modern family values. In the 21st Century, equal protection must be every child's right, but to what extent? Should smacking be made totally against the law? Or should there be strict guidelines? According to a recent survey most people would support closing a legal loophole that allows parents to smack

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