This involves hitting, pinching, using switch cords, smacking, and etcetera. It should not be a surprise that most studies prove when parents favor corporal punishment, they tend to be more likely to use it with their children Flynn, Psychologists are of the opinion that such a punishment can affect a student mentally, for a very long period of time.
One example would be: John gets into trouble for using profane language in the classroom. By belting or caning someone you are merely abusing them mentally and physically. I claim that corporal punishment in public schools should not be permitted because it is barbaric, harmful, and in no way a method to solve personal problems Knowledge, discipline and all other good deeds can't just be inserted into someone through punishment.
We know that pupils talk rudely to their teachers, use inappropriate language and behave in a hostile manner towards their elders but I think this just doesn't justify that corporal punishment should be reintroduced in the schools.
However, not all children would understand the logic of the parent and the results may not go in favor of the parents. If they are subjected to such kind of physical torture, they may develop a fear to approach or meet a teacher, or even attend school.
Such development may be disastrous for a child future and for the society.
Constant call-outs could lead to a parent losing their job for being unreliable. On the other hand, corporal punishment often causes injuries and trauma unnecessarily.
Opinions on whether corporal punishment should be accepted into society have lingered considering there are so many variables that cause people to have diverse opinions about the subject.