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Essay of crime and punishment

NEW VIDEO CLIPS OF ACTUAL CP:
  • Brazil. Extrajudicial bare-bottom paddling by police.
  • China. Five teenagers bend over a chair for a light paddling.
  • India. Police canings of malefactors in a city street.
  • South Africa. Mass caning of high-school girls.
  • South Korea. A secondary boy receives a firm paddling in front of the class.
  • Taiwan. Four teenage swimmers soundly caned by sports coach on the steps of their school.
  • Thailand. Novice monk gets a caning at Buddhist temple school.

- Handbooks of schools that say they use CP (other countries) with 27 new entries for various countries

  • Australia. Labor politician calls for young offenders to be caned
  • Barbados. Teachers' leader says CP should be retained to reduce indiscipline
  • Botswana. Complaints about floggings of Zimbabweans who cross border to commit crime
  • Indonesia. Public caning in Aceh, previously for Muslims only, now extended to Christian minority
  • Malaysia. 21-year-old, pictured, gets 8 years plus six strokes of the rotan for rape
  • Nigeria. 23-year-old given 12 strokes of the cane for possessing army uniform
  • Singapore. 12 strokes of the cane for loanshark harasser, 26, pictured
  • Uganda. New legislation outlaws corporal punishment in schools
  • United States. Coach spanked rookie football players at camp
  • United States. School paddling stats are up in North Carolina
  • United States. Corporal punishment alive and well in central Georgia's schools
  • Zimbabwe. A four-stroke caning for a 15-year-old rapist
THE ARCHIVE
    THE ARCHIVE is an ever-expanding collection of news and media items about corporal punishment. Think of it as an electronic press clippings library, now containing over 6,500 clippings.

Within each year or group of years you choose the country you want to research, and the items are then classified by type of corporal punishment and by month.

  • The Archive -- 1648 to 1975(993 items, three of which are New! )

  • The Archive -- 1976 to 1995(485 items, one of which is New! )

    (You can also view the links to 1999's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 1999 )

    (You can also view the links to 2000's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2000 )

    (You can also view the links to 2001's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2001 )

    (You can also view the links to 2002's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2002 )

  • The Archive -- 2003(385 items, one of which is New! )

    (You can also view the links to 2003's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2003 )

    (You can also view the links to 2004's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2004 )

    (You can also view the links to 2005's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2005 )

    (You can also view the links to 2006's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2006 )

    (You can also view the links to 2007's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2007 )

    (You can also view the links to 2008's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2008 )

    (You can also view the links to 2009's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2009 )

  • The Archive -- 2010(185 items, one of which is New! )

    (You can also view the links to 2010's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2010 )

  • The Archive -- 2011(194 items, two of which are New! )

    (You can also view the links to 2011's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2011 )

  • The Archive -- 2012(146 items, two of which are New! )

    (You can also view the links to 2012's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2012 )

  • The Archive -- 2013(174 items, one of which is New! )

    (You can also view the links to 2013's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2013 )

    (You can also view the links to 2014's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2014 )

    (You can also view the links to 2015's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2015 )

  • The Archive -- 2016(26 items so far, all of which areNew! )

    (You can also view the links to 2016's items for all countries combined as a single date sequence at News Chronology 2016 )

      • Corporal punishment in US schools (illustrated)
        An overview of American school (and college) paddling in the present and the recent past, with relevant documents, pictures and external links.
    • Caning in Singapore schools (illustrated)
      English CP traditions are firmly upheld for present-day secondary schoolboys in Singapore. Detailed article with pictures and links.

    • Top CP Schools: 1. Purley High School for Boys
      Article about a UK state school with a robust caning regime in the 1970s and 1980s.

    • Top CP Schools: 2. The St John's schools of Canada (illustrated) (with video clips)
      Three boys' boarding schools (1962-2008) where paddling was the norm.

    • School caning in South Korea (illustrated) (with video clips)
      A look at this highly successful Asian country where CP was alive and well until very recently.

    • Timeline: Eric A. Wildman
      Chronology spanning 60 years on a remarkable character who made headlines with his pro-CP campaigns and appears to have lived on the proceeds of supplying punishment canes to schools and institutions. With links to over 20 press items and several previously undiscovered pictures, and extracts from two of his publications.

    • Stretching Forward to Learn
      A first-person account of caning at a UK boys' school in the 1960s.

    • Corporal punishment: the Friends Reunited evidence
      What do the entries in Friends Reunited tell us about corporal punishment in UK schools in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s? Includes a "Top Fifty CP Schools" feature based on the number of mentions of CP for each school.

    • Voluntary Corporal Punishment Reduces Suspension Rates by Tim Yancey
      Study of an experiment at a high school in Georgia, USA, where paddling was reintroduced, for minor infractions, but purely as an option freely chosen by the student instead of detention or in-school suspension. The program was successful.

    • The cane and the tawse in Scottish schools
      The implements used to punish Scotland's students in both recent and more distant times, and some case studies. (illustrated)

    • Birching in the Isle of Man 1945 to 1976 (illustrated) (with video clip)
      Overview of the post-war use of judicial CP in this independent British offshore island.

    • Judicial Caning in Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei (illustrated)
      Comprehensive survey explaining everything you ever wanted to know about the court-ordered canings in these three Commonwealth countries in south-east Asia.

    • The Canadian Prison Strap
      In three parts: official views and opinions, recipients' descriptions, and full details of the two different methods used, illustrated with pictures of the various equipment used and of the strap itself.

    • Timeline: Aaron Cohen
      A New Zealand youth caned in Malaysia: Chronology of the Aaron Cohen saga, with 17 archive press items and 4 photographs.

      • Corporal punishment in the British Army (illustrated)
        Official and less official flogging, caning and spanking down to the present era.
    • Caning in the Singapore armed forces (illustrated)
      Singapore is one of few countries today where formal CP is an official part of the disciplinary regime.

        • Caning, birching and strapping in UK reformatories
          How it used to be in Approved Schools and other British youth institutions: regulations, theory and practice, with links to key documents.
      • The Court Lees Approved School Affair
        Overview, with links to numerous press extracts, of the 1967 Gibbens inquiry into excessive canings at this UK boys' reformatory. The inquiry led to its immediate closure. A photograph, reproduced here, of a boy's bruised backside was one of the key pieces of evidence. (illustrated)

      • Injustice at Court Lees
        A riposte to the Gibbens conclusions from the staff point of view.

      • Spank While you Sell -- supplementary page 1 (illustrated) (with video clips)
        An addendum to the above, with 12 further images.

      • The Spanking Machine: A Resilient Myth in Popular Culture (illustrated)
        Jeremy Bentham's utilitarian whipping contraption, as imagined (or in some cases actually built) by 24 different designers.

      • The Canadian Regulation School Strap: How the strap was adopted, dispensed and ultimately banned, and why it is gone forever. Corporal punishment policy, practice, procedure, regulation, and world, judicial and parental CP influences by Harold A. Hoff

      • The Collector's Guide to the School Strap: Scotland, England Ireland, Canada, Australia & Others -- Second edition by Harold A. Hoff

      • Just and Painful: A Case for the Corporal Punishment of Criminals, by Graeme Newman

      • Sons of the Brave: The Story of Boy Soldiers, by A.W. Cockerill
        • The English Vice: Beating, Sex and Shame in Victorian Britain and After, by Ian Gibson

        • Caning: Educational Ritual, by Joseph A. Mercurio
          (Full text of book available for free download)
            • When Caning Meets the Eighth Amendment: Whipping Offenders in the United States, by Daniel E. Hall
          • The Caning of Michael Fay: The Inside Story by a Singaporean, by Gopal Baratham (illustrated)
            • The History of Corporal Punishment: A Survey of Flagellation in its Historical, Anthropological and Sociological Aspects, by George Ryley Scott (illustrated)

            • The Whip and the Rod: An Account of Corporal Punishment among all Nations and for all Purposes, by R.G. Van Yelyr (illustrated)

            • Child of the Happy Valley: A Memoir, by Juanita Carberry with Nicola Tyrer
              • Red Hannah: Delaware's Whipping Post, by Robert Graham Caldwell (illustrated)

              • The Flogging of Singapore: The Michael Fay Affair, by Asid Latif
                • Corporal punishment: Is it effective? An empirical study of school punishment records, by Harold A. Hoff

                  • COUNTRY FILES. including rules, regulations, laws, official documents, eyewitness accounts, operational procedures

                    This is gradually being developed into an overview of the CP situation, past and present, for each country. There are many external and internal links to detailed corporal punishment information, including legal, procedural or practical aspects, from official documents or from reliable published reports.

                    An offshoot of this section is the Present-day online school handbooks pages, organised alphabetically by country and, for the USA, by State. All these schools announce that they use corporal punishment and give varying amounts of detail. There are now about 1,800 of these handbook links, covering Australia (1), Bahamas (2), Barbados (7), Ghana (8), Grenada (1), Kenya (1), Malaysia (10), Nigeria (3), Northern Mariana Islands (2), Pakistan (2), Philippines (1), Singapore (106), South Africa (4), South Korea (1), Tanzania (1), Zambia (2), Zimbabwe (4) and the USA (about 1,600).

                      If you are looking for photographs and drawings, go to the picture index.

                    To find selected key documents on a particular topic, such as birching in schools or female recipients. first try the Topics A to Z pages.

                    To browse for material on corporal punishment in a particular country. start by looking for that country on the Country files pages and also in The Archive.

                    The Archive is also the place to start if you want to find press coverage on all aspects of CP for a given year or period in history.

                    Use the search engine below if you are looking for a "needle in a haystack" such as the name of a town, a state or a person, or some specific aspect of corporal punishment not yet highlighted in Topics A to Z. Also use the search engine if you want to be sure to find every occurrence of your search term throughout the website.

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