Corporal Punishment in American Education: Readings in History, Practice, and Alternatives

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Index
Administrators, 306-28, 447-48
Affective association, 377-78
Alabama, 160, 331
Alaska, 160, 331-32
Alcoholism, 130, 139
American Psychological Association, 169-72
Andrews, Roosevelt, 175-77, 200-201, 209
Animals, research on, 353-54, 397, 424
Ardrey, Robert, 97-98
Aristotle, 30
Arizona, 160, 166, 226, 331-32
Arkansas, 159, 160, 331, 446, 455
Authoritarian teaching, 411-12
Avoidance behavior, 171
Baker, Russell Carl, 199, 278
Baker v. Owen, 104-5, 162, 171, 199- 200, 203, 204, 278, 303
Baltimore, 97, 162, 400
Barnes, Solomon, 173-74, 175-78, 179, 200-201
Barnette v. State of West Virginia Board of Education, 198
Barringer, William N., 74
Battered child syndrome, 7, 136. See also Modeling behavior
Battered husbands, 138
Battered wives, 32, 136, 138
Behavior modification, 354, 359, 360, 376, 377, 391, 408, 411, 455-64. See also Corporal punishment
Belt theory (of delinquency), 132-33
Bible, 29-30, 56, 95, 165
Biological relationships, 102, 103
Blacks, 8-9, 31, 128, 129, 130-31, 220, 240, 246-48, 277, 282, 284, 390-91, 401-2, 409-10, 439, 446
Boston, 51, 53, 72, 75
Boston Latin School, 54, 57-58
Brinsley, John, 41
Brown v. Board of Education, 204, 284
Calhoun, Arthur W., 63
California, 12, 160, 193, 220, 223, 225, 226, 331-32
Calvinism, 93-94, 99
Calvin, John, 95
Chicago, 72, 97, 162, 400
Chicanos. See Hispanics
Child abuse, 5, 7, 26, 340, 343, 375, 378-79; in Bible, 29-30; in literature, 28-29, 204; and pregnancy, 30
Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, 37
Child Abuse Protection Act, 34
Child-rearing, England and America compared, 62-63
Children: aggression of, 127; attitudes learned by, 110-11; attitudes of, toward punishment, 12, 28, 70, 306-28, 461-62; attitudes of, toward violence, 122; and behavior modification, 459-61; chattel status of, 30-31; as evil, 100-101; psychopathy of, 132-33; in Puritan society, 94-95; "republican spirit" of, 63-65; rights of, 3, 5, 17, 27, 65, 196-97, 199-200, 210, 214, 303, 329, 400, 401-2; in 16th- century England28; in the USSR, 289-91, 294
Chiswell, Richard, 41, 43, 44
Citizens for Creative Discipline, 13
Collins v. Shoenfiel, 181
Colorado, 160, 165, 331
Connecticut, 53-54, 129-30, 160, 330
Copenhagen ( Denmark), 144, 147-48, 149, 151
Corporal punishment: abolition of, in New Jersey, 72-83; abolition of, in Pittsburgh, 275-84; alternatives to, 13-16, 137-39, 182, 263-67, 279, 336, 347, 359-60, 374-81, Part VIII passim; and common law, 93, 165, 209, 214-15, 342-43; defined, 4, 77, 130, 140, 211, 337, 340, 343-44, 352,

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