By Marie-Aimée Cliche, W. Donald Wilson
At one time, using corporal punishment via mom and dad in child-rearing was once thought of common, yet within the moment half the 19th century this start to swap, in Quebec in addition to the remainder of the Western international. It was once in this interval that the level of ill-treatment inflicted on children—treatment as soon as excused nearly as good child-rearing practice—was discovered.
This publication analyzes either the recommendation supplied to folks and the several kinds of baby abuse inside households. Cliche derives her details from kin magazines, experiences and suggestion columns in newspapers, people's existence tales, the files of the Montreal Juvenile courtroom, or even comedian strips. dates are given specific concentration: 1920, with the trial of the fogeys of Aurore Gagnon, which sensitized the general public to the phenomenon of "child martyrs;" and 1940, with the appearance of the recent schooling move, which was once in line with psychology instead of strict self-discipline and spiritual doctrine.
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18 But by what means? C. * Reverend John Stevens Cabot Abbott (1805–1877) was a Congregational Church minister. E. Peacock, 1973), 113. “Mary! Mary! You must not touch the book,” says a mother to her little daughter, who is attempting to pull the Bible † from the table. Mary stops for a moment, and then takes hold of the book again. Pretty soon the mother looks up and sees that Mary is still playing with the Bible. ” Mary takes away her hand for a moment, but is soon again at her forbidden amusement.
1919), 172. PARENTING WITH THE ROD Once it was accepted that the aim of parenting was to bring children up in the way they should go without spoiling or terrorizing them, what was the appropriate method to achieve this objective? Among the range of opinions expressed, some opted for an authoritarian approach, making obedience the primary virtue of a child. ”18 But by what means? C. * Reverend John Stevens Cabot Abbott (1805–1877) was a Congregational Church minister. E. Peacock, 1973), 113. “Mary!
3 With only a few exceptions such as Quintilian and Montaigne, Western advisers on parenting have long recommended that children’s misdemeanours be sanctioned with moderate corporal punishment to teach them the difference between right and wrong. In their eyes, such punishments did not amount to ill-treatment. They were, to borrow Eirick Prairat’s expression,4 a legitimate use of violence that had to fall within “reasonable” limits, a term that has varied considerably in meaning from period to period.