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Spare the rod : punishment and the moral community of schools

Spare the rod : punishment and the moral community of schools

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Scribner, Campbell F., 1981- author. Warnick, Bryan R., 1974-, author.
Title Statement
Spare the rod : punishment and the moral community of schools / Campbell F. Scribner and Bryan R. Warnick.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Chicago ;   London :   The University of Chicago Press,   c2021.  
Physical Medium
157 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
The History and philosophy of education series
ISBN
9780226785677 (cloth) 9780226785707 (paperback) 9780226785844 (ebook)
요약
"In Spare the Rod, historian Campbell F. Scribner and philosopher Bryan R. Warnick think deeply about punishment and discipline practices in American schooling. To delve into this controversial subject, the authors carefully consider two major issues. The first involves questions of meaning. How have concepts of discipline and punishment in schools changed overtime? What purposes are they supposed to serve? And what can they tell us about our assumptions about education? The second issue involves the justification of punishment and discipline in schools. Are public school educators ever justified in punishing or disciplining students? Are these things important for moral education? Or, are they fundamentally opposed to education? If some form of punishment is justified in schools, what ethical guidelines should direct its administration? The authors argue that as schools have grown increasingly bureaucratic over the past century, formalizing disciplinary systems and shifting from physical punishments to forms of spatial or structural punishment (such as suspension), school discipline has not only come to resemble the operation of prisons or policing but has grown increasingly integrated with those institutions. These changes, they argue, disregard the unique status of schools as spaces of moral growth and community oversight, and are incompatible with the developmental ethos of education. What we need is a view of discipline and punishment that fits with the sort of moral community that schools should be"--
Content Notes
Introduction : perspectives on school punishment -- Punishment : its meaning and justificiation -- Punishment in early American schools -- Punishment, bureaucracy, and demoralization -- Punishment and the moral community of schools.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [137]-151) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
School discipline --United States. School discipline --United States --History. School discipline --Philosophy.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction: Perspectives on School Punishment

Chapter 1: Punishment: Its Meaning and Justification

Chapter 2: Punishment in Early American Schools

Chapter 3: Punishment, Bureaucracy, and Demoralization

Chapter 4: Punishment and the Moral Community of Schools

Conclusion: Punishment, Properly Conceived

Acknowledgments

Notes

Bibliography

Index

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