Corporal Punishment a few years ago was thought of the only way to punish someone who did a sinister deed was to use corporal punishment. This is meant to enforce pain to someone who has done wrong by hitting them, beating them, strapping them or even whipping them. These are only a few examples of corporal punishment. Why do we have corporal punishment? How do we benefit from it and how do we abuse it? The most obvious reason for corporal punishment is to criticize one for doing wrong by means of physical abuse, expecting the individual to learn from his or her mistake. But we must ask ourselves this question, “Is the person benefiting from this, or is he or she not only being physically abused but mentally?”
In some cases, corporal punishment psychologically affects ones mind on a long term bases that will stain their memory for a very long period of time. In other cases physical punishment scars stain the body and change its physical appearance but only on a small scale. Corporal punishment is also used because it is quick and in most cases effective. The mental condition of the person being affected may worsen not only resulting to utter madness but may also result in lack of moral strength. Most people nowadays feel that corporal punishment is not the best answer to enforce restrictions in society as they feel that pain is not the best solution.
Although Corporal punishment has its disadvantages it can also make people aware of the fact that wrong doing results in pain and agony. As more people know the effect of misbehaving, the fewer the mistakes there would be. Ricky Bobby for example, used a paint canister to spray paint on houses for fun. The result for this action was to be strapped four times on the back. Now he realizes what he has to face if he were to do it again.
In the past, corporal punishment was used very often especially in schools. Now corporal punishment is banned from most of the schools around the world because a lot of the people...