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Language Analysis - Corporal Punishment has no place in our schools

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Abuse Human rights abuses Justice Ethics Corporal punishment Violence Caning Teacher Torture Mike Stuchbery
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Abuse Human rights abuses Justice Ethics Corporal punishment Violence Caning Teacher Torture Mike Stuchbery
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On July 1st 2011, a letter to the editor titled “Can the cane: corporal punishment has no place in our schools”, high school teacher Mike Stuchberydistressfully condemns the legality of such disgraceful behaviour in schools. Speaking with an impassioned tone, Stuchbery uses an introductory anecdotal reference as a high school teacher,to position readers to sense the positive atmosphere within a normal school environment. The depiction of the calm relaxation in his “teacherly Nirvana” connotes that his job as a teacher is an enjoyable gift, and is contradictory to that of the supporting image.However, he colloquially flips the tone by using comparative reference to corporal punishment used in Craigmore Christian School, Cent...
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