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Corporal punishment is instructed in children by parents in the name of discipline is experienced by majority in many states worlwide (Jones et al 2012

. physical punishment may be defined as the use of physical force with the intention of causing a child to experience pain but not to injury for the purpose of correction on conduct of child behavior. (strauss and enwelly 2001. !he aim of the study is to assess the impact of physical punishment on the adolescents and envisioned to "now if factors li"e the type of family# order in the family# gender and economic status on hows it affect the use of physica punishment. one of our aim also is to determine the what are the effects of physical punishment in terms of social# emotional and behavioral asoects. another aim of this study is to present the experiences of physical punishment their thoughts in relation to why they were punish and how they felt towards the adults who punish them. !he philippines is not to only the country where physical punishment is common in the home. $n %&# '( ) of children aged * and ( and not just over 12 years that experienced physical punishment ( &trauss and &tewart # 1''(. in %+# shared ,-) of british parents practice physical punishment ( .obes and &mith 1'',. and only 2states only prohibit the use of physical punishment to any setting. (/lobal initiate to end all corporal punishment of children 200'.

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