Traducción de corporal punishment en Español:

corporal punishment

castigos corporales, n.


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    castigos corporales masculino
    • More than 90 countries worldwide have abolished corporal punishment in schools and penal systems for youth.
    • One of the allegations was that an educator was still using corporal punishment and had recently assaulted learners by slapping and punching them.
    • Restore corporal punishment in schools solely for serious bullying, physical assault and wanton serious damage to property.
    • Opponents of corporal punishment argue that frequent physical punishment interferes with the teaching of nonviolent modes of conflict resolution.
    • The government needs to forget the new smacking law and bring back corporal punishment.
    • There's a little bit of arrogance in this belief: were our grandparents, most of whom used corporal punishment, really primitive, abusive or unenlightened?
    • If I can draw on my own experience as a child, the threat of corporal punishment always loomed larger than the punishment itself.
    • The British attorney general, Lord Goldsmith, confirmed that a total ban on corporal punishment would criminalise even a mild smack.
    • The outcome of the Tyrer case was that the practice of corporal punishment as a penalty for criminal offenders in the Isle of Man was abandoned.
    • Boys are the primary victims of corporal punishment and other types of physical abuse, both at home and in school.
    • He is a highly intelligent and well educated man, therefore there can be no doubt he knew how both society and the law view the use of corporal punishment.
    • Therefore, it was the firm opinion of the Committee that corporal punishment constitutes cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment.
    • How widespread was corporal punishment in prisons, and how widespread is corporal punishment in schools?
    • Committee members attacked Australian law, which permits corporal punishment within families and at private schools.
    • One of the most common allegations relates to physical abuse and extreme or excessive corporal punishment.
    • Thus, by declining to tell parents that they cannot hit their children, the state sanctions their corporal punishment.
    • Similarly, unlike many of their continental European neighbours, the English clung to corporal punishment as a penal sanction until well into the twentieth century.
    • The very nature of judicial corporal punishment is that it involves one human being inflicting physical violence on another human being.
    • One of the most common allegations relates to physical abuse and excessive corporal punishment.
    • The new law will prevent registered childminders from smacking or using any form of corporal punishment against children under eight.