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Revisiting the place of punishment in Zimbabwe’s primary and secondary school formal education system

@inproceedings{Chemhuru2010RevisitingTP,
  title={Revisiting the place of punishment in Zimbabwe’s primary and secondary school formal education system},
  author={Munamato Chemhuru},
  year={2010}
}
The paper examines the issue of punishment in the process of education within the Zimbabwean context, especially as it applies to primary and secondary school formal education. It addresses the problem as to whether punishment as a tool of educating should be part of the process of education, which is by and large a worthwhile activity. In essence, it addresses the issue of whether punishment and the process of education are compatible. Despite the growing consensus that punishment breaches… Expand
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