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University of British Columbia
Family Studies
FMST 210

III Discipline Spanking and AbuseA What is the difference between punishment and disciplineDefinition of punishment a consequence that causes an individuals behavior to occur with less frequencyOne type of disciplineDefinition of discipline The Canadian Pediatric Society 2004 describes discipline as followsDiscipline is very broadThe word discipline means to impart knowledge and skillto teach However it is often equated with punishment and control There is a great deal of controversy about the appropriate ways to discipline children and parents are often confused about effective ways to set limits and instill selfcontrol in their child The goal of effective and positive discipline is related to teaching and guiding children not just forcing them to obey p 214 of the textbookTypes of discipline1Punishmentpower assertion method2Reinforcement3Inductive disciplineB Parenting Styles Baumrind 1972i Below are four dimensions which clarify the key differences between the three parenting styles identified by Baumrind1Level of warmth and responsiveness2Level of clarity and consistencyclear rules clear consequences when rules are brokenconsistently follow through w consequences3Level of maturity demands Expectationsstandards for a particular age4Level of communication Amount of 2way communicationnegotiationii Based on the four dimensions above Baumrind distinguished between three parenting styles 1Authoritarianlow high high low strict6
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