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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books relevant to the discussion of corporal punishment of children and a human rights violation. Children and their families do not have mutually exclusive interests in relation to corporal punishment. Opposing corporal punishment of children does not mean enabling or encouraging children to rebel against their parents. Reflecting the confluence of juvenile and parental interests, international human rights law champions both the rights of the child and the sacrosanct place of the family in children's lives and society generally.

Keywords: corporal punishment of children; international human rights law



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