Hartwell continues by saying how some historians believed the industrial revolution was to blame for a decline in morals but Hartwell suggests there is no evidence to prove this.
It is the goal of both Dr. Fritz makes a conscious effort to describe these actions as performed non-abusive and controlled. The other side consists of psychologists, doctors, and parents who believe that any form of physical punishment used on children is abusive and needs to be put to an immediate stop.
Fritz, which expressed how he believes that spanking should not be made unlawful. Placed at the other end of the spectrum is the life threatening child abuse that has become the controversial issue today. Carole Jenny refuted his article with an article of her own entitled Spanking Should Not Be Lawful, expressing how she firmly believes that spanking should be declared illegal in order to stop child abuse.
They are both respected doctors who have both published many articles pertaining to their study. Jenny believes that it is vital for the United States to join the twenty-three countries that have banned the use of corporal punishment based on her studies of the death rate of children who have died from physical punishment.
Jenny believe that spanking is immoral and that stopping it help guide the end of child abuse, how ever they both hold very different opinions on solving the matter. Additionally throughout his article, Dr. Jenny to educate parents about appropriate punishments in different age groups and how to use positive reinforcement to sculpt proper behavior among their child.
Carole Jenny believes that it is the very nature of spanking that causes all the long and short term effects on children, such as aggressive behavior towards other children, altruism, sexuality problems, and antisocial behavior. In the Second section, Hartwell continues by discussing how different historians choose to look at the Industrial Revolution from different perspectives, and that their own beliefs and opinions can bias their interpretation that then can bias what is written.
One of the points made by Dr. He believes that if the government is going to make such a prohibition legal then it must be enforced unevenly or else the government plans to make criminals out of conservative parents who do their best to bring their children up right.
Though both doctors have their disagreements, they both stand on the common ground of making a change in the homes that endanger children. Unfortunately child abuse is a major problem in American Society but fortunately many conservative families are found to use physical punishment as a means of protecting their children.
Fritz is still a supporter of the use of spanking in a controlled, non-abusive manner.
Though both doctors disagree on what defines the abuse of a child, they both concur that child abuse is generally the major association for some child psychological outcomes such as depression, altruism, and antisocial behavior.
Carol Jenny believes that the only way that child abuse will come to an end is to endorse legal action against the physical punishment of children, Dr. Hartwell is one of the most popular historians to write about the Industrial Revolution.
Tell us what you need to have done now! Among the two countries to not ratify this prohibition was the United States. Hartwell goes on to say that for every opinion about the Industrial Revolution there will be a counter opinion, and that because the Industrial Revolution affected a whole society no two opinions will be the same.
Hartwell wrote this journal article init was published in the Journal of Economical History. By taking out the incidents of when a parent has spanked their child in a controlled and guiding manner and seeing that such discipline does not leave long term effects on the child would show researchers that the victim rate of child abuse decreases rapidly.
By passing such a law, Dr. Jenny hopes to further the United States movement to stop the abuse of children. Both Doctors Fritz and Jenny are Doctors of Medicine practiced in Child Psychology and Pediatrics, and are also both professors at Brown University where both of their articles were originally published.
Jan De Vries is also an Economic Historian, his journal article was written much later inbut also published in the Journal of Economic History.Comparing and Contrasting What this handout is about This handout will help you first to determine whether a particular assignment is asking for comparison/contrast and then to generate a list of similarities and differences, decide which similarities and differences to focus on, and organize your paper so that it will be clear and effective.
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Popular • Most articles are unsigned. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN POPULAR MAGAZINES AND SCHOLARLY JOURNALS.
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