In this online debate, people have the option to post and debate what they think on they're side of the argument. This shows what everyone's different viewpoint is on whether it's okay to spank children, or should we turn to a different solution. Labertal says "A light spanking is acceptable but beating your child is not." This is one of the many positions and stances that's on the debate site. And since there's an argument from both sides, this could better or worsen your argument.
This video shows the main causes of what happens when you spoil your kids and don't spank them when they act up. Though out the video These kids receive "bad" Christmas presents as a joke, and proving my argument the kids throw a temper-tantrum, showing what it's like to spoil your kids. The narrator says it was basically one of the worse cases of spoiled kids he's ever seen.
This wonderful infographic goes into how children are affected and the negative side effects, like more aggression and hatred, that comes from spanking. The infographic was really helpful when it came to statistics of how many people spank and the reports of abuse, this however also hurt my case because it showed some points on why we shouldn't spank, but overall it helps complete it.
Clearly, the majority of parents say they spank their kids. Various factors increase the likelihood, including geographic location (children in the South are spanked the most), family income (less mon
These days we fret about so many things that can happen to our kids in school. Are huge class sizes preventing them from learning? Are they getting nutritious food in the cafeteria? Will they get bullied? But the real question we should be asking is, should we be spanking our kids?