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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 7, Part C (2018)

A study to assess the attitude regarding corporal punishment among teachers of selected schools at Moradabad

Author(s)
Shabneet Kaur, Shabnam Parveen, Pramod Kumar, Shobha Bisht, Shivali, Shagufi BI, Shagun P Singh, Shoaib Ali, Shadab Mian and Shahnawaz Ali
Abstract
School corporal punishment or unnecessary penalty is a shape of bodily punishment, covers administrator punishments of school pupils for mischief that engage striking the learner a specified number of period in a usually methodical and intentional ceremony. physical punishment has been a shape of punishment in schools in India for a extended time and unhappily, this form of penalty still continues to flourish today in bad feeling of the a variety of acts and laws approved by the government to forbid corporal penalty. Many western countries have disqualified corporal penalty and there are numerous laws that defend children from creature hurt in such a atrocious manner. However, most schools in India immobile advocate this type of penalty.
Material and Methods: Convenient sampling technique was used for selecting 120sample. The tools were developed to assess the assess the attitude regarding corporal punishment and association between attitude of teachers regarding corporal punishment with demographic variables. All the tool were validated by five experts and modification was done according to their suggestions.
Results: The results revealed that the majority of the sample 82 (68.3%) belongs to age group of 20-40 years, most of the samples were (59.1%) females, majority of the sample 90 (75%) were have a master’s degree, and most of the 92 (76.6%) samples were married, majority of the sample (39) 32.5% were having a experience 3-5 years’ experience, 57 (47.5%) sample are taking a salary 5000-10,000Rs per month, and majority of the sample 93 (77.5%) belongs to urban area. Regarding attitude majority 101 (84%) of teachers are with the positive attitude and 19 (15.08) % teachers are had negative attitude towards corporal punishment.
Conclusion: As the study reveals that most the of the teachers are having positive attitude regarding corporal punishment, that can be considered as adequate in some case, but further there is a need to improve their attitude. So, further studies can be conducted with providing knowledge regarding corporal punishment.
Pages: 166-168  |  593 Views  11 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Shabneet Kaur, Shabnam Parveen, Pramod Kumar, Shobha Bisht, Shivali, Shagufi BI, Shagun P Singh, Shoaib Ali, Shadab Mian, Shahnawaz Ali. A study to assess the attitude regarding corporal punishment among teachers of selected schools at Moradabad. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(7):166-168.
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