Corporal punishment of adults
Corporal punishment is the most widespread form of violence against children. It is any punishment in which physical force is used and intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort. The Council of Europe calls for a legal prohibition of corporal punishment of children in law and in practice. Corporal punishment conveys the wrong message to children and can cause serious physical and psychological harm to a child. Corporal punishment if directed at an adult would constitute criminal assault. One of the most basic human rights principles is the right to live free from the threat of violence.
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Corporal Punishment - Prevalence - Penalty, Offenses, Prison, and Judicial - JRank Articles
Corporal punishment is best defined as the use of physical pain, injury, discomfort or humiliation to penalise unruly or criminal behaviour. It has been widely applied in the context of criminal justice throughout human history. Where liberal democracies now overwhelmingly favour custodial sentences as a response to criminality, sentences incorporating flogging, whipping, beating and disfigurement were much more common before the nineteenth century. Many non-western and non-liberal states retain corporal sentences.
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Although corporal punishment has been widely banned, the extent to which it continues to be used is difficult to determine. Countries that strictly observe Islamic law inflict both amputation and whipping as penalties. In South Africa, until the mids, males under twenty-one years of age could be whipped for any offense in lieu of other punishment, and adult males between the ages of twenty-one and thirty could be whipped either in addition to or instead of other punishment for many offenses, including robbery, rape, aggravated or indecent assault, burglary, and auto theft.
Judicial corporal punishment JCP is the infliction of corporal punishment as a result of a sentence by a court of law. The punishments include caning , bastinado , birching , whipping , or strapping. The practice was once commonplace in many countries, but over time it has been abolished in most countries, although still remaining a form of legal punishment in some countries including a number of former British colonies and Muslim-majority states.
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