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Banning Corporal Punishment: A Constitutional Analysis


Deana Pollard-Sacks


Texas Southern University - Thurgood Marshall School of Law

2003

American University Law Review, Vol. 52, p. 447, 2002

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Scientific research on the adverse cognitive, emotional, and psychological consequences of spanking children warrant state action to ban all corporal punishment, including parental spanking. New state laws to ban child corporal punishment would be constitutional under either the state's police power or parens patrie power to protect children.

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Date posted: November 26, 2008  

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Pollard-Sacks, Deana, Banning Corporal Punishment: A Constitutional Analysis (2003). American University Law Review, Vol. 52, p. 447, 2002. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1307175

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Texas Southern University - Thurgood Marshall School of Law ( email )
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Houston, TX 77004
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