1. Historical Perspective
2. Theory on Moral Development
3. Parenting Styles
4. Parenting Models
5. Types of Discipline Techniques
6. Issues and Controversies
7. Philippine Context
What is child discipline?
It is teaching a child how to:
Recognize acceptable limits
Learn where to stop
Discipline is not designed to hold children back from having some say over their lives, according to the Child Discipline with Love website. It teaches children freedom without infringing on the freedom of others. Discipline administered lovingly is not overly punitive. It is not child abuse, neglect or abandonment.
The child experiences the direct results of his or her own behavior.
They are useful when natural consequences won’t work and also because natural consequences in many situations are unacceptable.
May come in the form of reciprocity, exclusion, deprivation, and restitution
In The Philippines
The researchers found no significant differences with regard to notions in disciplining children in the 6 provinces.
They equated disciplining children to teaching good values.
It Involved molding and shaping their characters and personalities.