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Child DisciplinePlay
Used regarding the physical discipline of children, increasingly controversial. SlideSome schools had policies allowing teachers to spank students for bad behavior.
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Cultural SensitivityPlay
Perception varies by culture; some view it as abuse, while others accept it as normal. SlideIn her country, parents would never spank their children, considering it harmful.
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Emotional ConnotationPlay
Can evoke strong emotional responses; use in context with care to avoid misunderstandings. SlideThe phrase 'might spank' at the daycare sparked a heated debate among parents.