Is smacking a reasonable form of discipline or would a softer approach be more appropriate? Children's charities are calling for the law to be clarified after a father was convicted of assault for smacking his eight-year-old daughter in a dentists' waiting room, when she refused to have her tooth extracted. The year-old Scottish teacher was found to have gone beyond the bounds of "reasonable chastisement". Rachel Hodgkin, from EPOC, which campaigns for an end to the corporal punishment of children, said that "while there is no law which states that children can't be assaulted, we're going to have such cases as these".
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Many parents smack their children with the belief that it will deter them from bad behaviour and that they themselves were smacked as children and are no worse for wear. Other parents view smacking as child abuse and refuse to engage in the practice. Today smacking remains a legal in some cases but highly controversial method of discipline. Under Section 58 of the Act, smacking remains legal as long as it does not cause visible bruises, grazes, scratches, swelling or cuts. The Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People is seeking a full and outright ban on smacking children.
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