“Parents need to learn to respond to their children as they do to guests.”
There has been considerable debate in the media about the proposed banning of physical punishment of children in the home.
Many people question government’s right to interfere in their private lives and how they raise their children.
The documentary consists of an introduction and five brief parts.
“Behind Closed Doors” consists of the introduction, “Major Epidemic” and five topics: “Scale of abuse,” “Emma’s story,” “Who’s to blame,” “How to Stop it,” and “Cycle of violence.”
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MANILA, Philippines – The House of Representatives has passed on third and final reading a proposed measure that prohibits “spanking” of children.
House Bill 4455 or the Positive Discipline bill, authored by Tarlac Rep. Susan Yap, prohibits acts that are perceived as abusive to children and advocates positive and non-violent means to discipline children.
In stark terms that serve as a reminder of what we’re talking about, the bill defines corporal punishment as “the deliberate infliction of physical pain by hitting, paddling, spanking, slapping, or any other physical force used as a means of discipline.”