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Mc Clelland smuggles UN rights standards in the back door A law professor writing in The Australian (June 2010) is alarmed at the vague wording of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which does not ban corporal punishment but which some have chosen to interpret as if it did, such as committees of "overseas experts" who "were wholly undemocratically chosen", some of them from "countries you wouldn't take any moral advice from if your life depended on it".Australia is in danger of outsourcing its human-rights law to these people without realising it, he says.The Politically Incorrect Show - 16/02/2001 Pours scorn on New Zealand proposal to outlaw parental spanking.Punishing Smacking Press release from New Zealand's Liberal Party opposing proposals to ban parents from smacking their kids.Corporal punishment is not all bad An Analysis and Response to Hon.Senator Murray Sinclair's Speech before the Senate Response (March 2017) by the Keep 43 Committee to proposals to ban parental spanking in Canada.
As a light-hearted aside, there is an illustrated page of spanking poems, some of which were new to me.Other studies have come to diametrically opposite conclusions, but did not get any publicity.Required reading for anyone campaigning to retain parental spanking. Aimed at parents who spank, or are wondering whether to do so or not, suggesting how to avoid doing it abusively.All quite extraordinary, and very hard to take seriously.
See the section on "The history of child beating" and its two illustrations, "Mother beating her child" and "Child being beaten by teacher".
Also quite novel is the page How can I get my parents to spank me?