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Joohyung, you have not read my previous dispute against Rayan therefore i will state it again. In an experiment conducted by three University Of Toronto graduates, they had came to the conclusion that child abuse can cause disordered psychological development and behaviour problems, therefore the ignorant mentality that physical abuse makes a child more disciplined is incorrect. In fact, their behavior would only get worse from physical abuse.

Thence, how could physical punishment possibly positively impact a child's decipline? Your evidence is strongly biased, therefore it isn't too reliable.

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Yes, but what I am emphasizing is that you are supporting physical punishments, which is the wrong way to punish, as well as it is strongly ineffective. A study conducted by UNCRC in secondary schools in Kenya shows that children exposed to domestic violence differ from nonviolent homes with respect to one or more aspects of child functioning, including: externalizing behaviors (such as aggressive behavior and conduct problems); internalizing behaviors (such as depression, anxiety and low self-esteem); intellectual and academic functioning; social development, and physical health and development. Acknowledging the fact that it creates all sorts as further problems, why would this type of punishment continue?

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Yes there is. There is a section in the second article called "Effect of Physical Abuse on Academic Achievement among Secondary School Female Students in Jeddah" where it talks about the results they got.

As it states: "It was found that 29% of participates reported that they were physically abused. About two third of participates who reported any forms of physical abuse have GPA less than 85% compared with about one third participates who reported that they never been abused have GPA less than 85% and the difference was statistically significant"

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In another experiment conducted by three University Of Toronto graduates, they had come to the conclusion that child abuse can cause disordered psychological development and behavior problems, therefore the ignorant mentality that physical abuse makes a child more disciplined is incorrect. In fact, their behavior would only get worse from physical abuse.

Studies from several countries in all regions of the world, such as the “Effect of Physical Abuse on Academic Achievement among Secondary School Female Students in Jeddah”, suggest that up to 80 to of children suffer physical punishment in their homes, with a third or more experiencing severe punishment resulting from the use of implements. So are you telling me that this percentage of people are really being more disciplined? Obviously not.

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An experiment conducted on female secondary students in Jeddah by King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences and Alexandria University, Physically abused school-age children continued to function more poorly than their not maltreated peers on a variety of academic and socio-emotional measures. About two third of participants who reported any forms of physical abuse have GPA less than 85% compared with about one third participates who reported that they never been abused have GPA less than 85% in a school in Jeddah.

Furthermore, some minors are so physically abused that According to World Health Organization, every year, there are an estimated 41 homicide deaths in children under 15 which are caused by physical abuse.

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Assem123456(10) Clarified
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americans call it football and brits call it soccer, so actually your facts are incorect.

http://digital.vpr.net/post/why-soccer-called-soccer-instead-football#stream/0

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It is called soccer because football is a wider and broader word. The sports origin is soccer, but then through history, Americans began to refer to the sport as football.

http://digital.vpr.net/post/why-soccer-called-soccer-instead-football#stream/0

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