Something to Cry About: An Argument against Corporal Punishment of Children in Canada

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Something to cry about

An Argument against Corporal
Punishment of Children
in Canada

Susan M. Turner

Studies in Childhood and Family in Canada

Wilfrid Laurier University Press

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  • Studies in Childhood and Family in Canada ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Contents xii
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Terms of the Corporal Punishment Debate 9
  • 2: A Very Short History of Moral Philosophy 25
  • 3: Morality and Culture: When Values Collide 41
  • 4: Philosophical Morality: Happiness and Harm 65
  • 5: Human Adults and Human Children 93
  • 6: The Paradox of Child Protection 111
  • 7: Corporal Punishment: Its Defenders 127
  • 8: Corporal Punishment and Special Defences in the Law 155
  • 9: The Legal Challenge for Section 43 175
  • 10: What About Spanking? 187
  • 11: Child Abuse and Family Statism Revisited 215
  • Notes 237
  • Bibliography 291
  • Appendix 301
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