Clinton High School Weapons and Violence

The Clinton News online webpage has a short piece by Emily Lane about Clinton High School Weapons and Violence.

Clinton High School Weapons and Violence.

A parent brought a weapon to this high school’s driveway. What was he thinking? Find out by going to the excerpt below and then to the piece in the Clinton News online by clicking the link.

I was unable to locate the local address of the news webpage, but the telephone area code is out of Mississippi.

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Clinton High School Weapons and Violence

“Parent arrested after being seen with rifle outside Clinton High School”

“A man was arrested Thursday after he was seen with a rifle just steps from the front of Clinton High School, Clinton police said.”

Interim Clinton Police Chief Mike Warren…

“Warren said a maintenance worker spotted Rogers with the gun outside his truck, which was parked in a driveway in front of the school. The driveway is located between the school parking lot and the front entrance.”

“Warren said the maintenance worker reportedly saw Rogers pull the rifle from the bed of his truck and walk it back to the truck’s cab, which he re-entered, around 8:50 a.m.”

Discover more… Click this link to the original source…

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Clinton High School Weapons and Violence is most likely not representative of parents of high schoolers.

Again, what was he thinking? If only parents, all of us, realized that parenting by example is a reliably strong method for teaching and training children, even high schoolers.

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Parents be Warned about Aggression from Your Partner

Parents be Warned about Aggression from Your PartnerParents be Warned About Aggression from Your Partner. UPI the United Press International website published a piece, which related that partner aggression around the time a child is born would negatively affect parenting abilities and Successful Parenting Solutions years down the road. The basis by which we parent is generally more complex than it would first appear. This really sets the mind to thinking.

Read the excerpt below and then go to the original source of this material.
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Parents be Warned about Aggression from Your Partner

“Partner aggression affects parenting”

“EUGENE, Ore., April 5 (UPI) — The level of aggression between partners around the time their child is born affects how a mother will parent three years later, US researchers said. Philip A. Fisher of the University of Oregon and the Oregon Social …”

“Philip A. Fisher of the University of Oregon and the Oregon Social Learning Center said the study involves more than 400 mothers in high-risk family environments, based mostly on risk for child-welfare involvement and socioeconomic status in San Diego.”

“The study, published in the Journal of Family Psychology, found the moms’ harsh parenting in turn predicted higher levels of behavior problems for the children at age 3.”

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We all hear about the abusive family in which someone physically displays aggression. We know that an abusive relationship tends to negative influence children. However, that the aggression of a partner can change the way children are parented in the future, is an expanded thought on that theme. This piece does not give many solutions, but it does spawn questions to ask our family members and ourselves.

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Reasons for Aggression in Children Research

Reasons for Aggression in Children Research

Reasons for Aggression in Children Research fromone source has been correlated to physical discipline of children. ‘Corporal punishment’ as used to discipline children is physical discipline. As evidenced by the news report indicated below, this is not the answer.

The CTV News Staff (Canada) have put together an informative article related to the causes for aggression in children.

If you are interested in finding out about the source, then Read the excerpt below. You may want to go to the full article and get all the information. There is also a reference and Link to the original research.
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Reasons for Aggression in Children Research

“Physical discipline linked to future aggression”

“In the CMAJ analysis, however, authors found that not raising one’s hand to a child can be a more effective way to parent.”

“When parents in more than 500 families were asked to reduce their use of corporal punishment, the analysis found that their …”

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Physical Discipline,
Corporal Punishment in the family leads to Aggression in Children

Reasons for Aggression in Children Research

This article presents a compelling case for Aggression in Children being directly related to physical punishment in the family. It is a fine job of bringing the original research to life.

I looked for the Canadian Medical Association Journal original study article that addressed the source of Aggression in Children upon which this news clipping had been based.

I found the journal. I was not permitted access to the abstract of the study. It required a sign-in and it appeared that perhaps a fee is involved. I generally make it a habit to read the original study. This time I did not follow through. The CTV News article online presenting the Canadian study has a great deal of information for you. I have included some specifics of the Canadian study below, should you desire to follow through with obtaining a copy of the study for yourself.

“Physical punishment of children: lessons from 20 years of research”
Joan Durrant and Ron Ensom
Physical punishment of children: lessons from 20 years of research CMAJ cmaj.101314; published ahead of print February 6, 2012

Click this Link to go to the Canadian Medical Association Journal website page…

Here is another Link to the CTV News webpage for… “The Canadian Medical Association Journal published results from a study that showed physical punishment with children could lead to serious problems later in life.”

This study leaves Parents with a lot to think about concerning  the discipline of children and physical punishment in the home.

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