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  • Child discipline and conservative Protestantism: Why the relationship between corporal punishment and child behavior problems may vary by religious context.
    Petts, Richard J., and Ashleigh E. Kysar-Moon (2012)
    Review of Religious Research 54:4: 445-468.

    Analyzes survey data from American families. Only in delimited circumstances does conservative protestant affiliation moderate the negative outcomes of corporal punishment.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Socialization; Corporal punishment; Family
  • Does conservative Protestantism moderate the association between corporal punishment and child outcomes?
    Ellison, Christopher G., Marc A. Musick, and George W. Holden (2011)
    Journal of Marriage and Family 73: 946-961.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Corporal punishment; Family; Socialization
  • Who spares the rod? Religious orientation, social conformity, and child abuse potential.
    Rodriguez, Christina M., and Ryan C. Henderson (2010)
    Child Abuse and neglect 34: 84-94.

    Associated Search Terms: Child abuse; Corporal punishment
  • Religious beliefs, sociopolitical ideology, and attitudes toward corporal punishment.
    Ellison, Christopher G., and Matt Bradshaw (2009)
    Journal of Family Issues 30:3: 320-340.

    Associated Search Terms: Corporal punishment; Belief
  • Explaining school corporal punishment: Evangelical Protestantism and socal capital in a path model.
    Owen, Stephen S., and Kenneth Wagner (2006)
    Social Justice Research 19:4: 471-499.

    Associated Search Terms: Social capital; Evangelical; Corporal punishment
  • Scientific Evaluation of the Dangers Posed by Religious Groups. A Partial Model.
    Kent, Stephen A. (2006)
    In Pauline Coté and T. Jeremy Gunn (eds.) La nouelle question religieuse. Régulation ou ingérence de l'État?/The New Religious Question: State Regulation or State Interference? Bern, Switzerland: P.I.E.-Peter Lang, pp. 343-370.

    Associated Search Terms: Violence; Prejudice, sexism; Corporal punishment; Abuse
  • Frontiers and Families. The Children of Island Pond.
    Palmer, Susan J. (1999)
    In Susan J. Palmer and Charlotte E. Hardman (eds.) Children in New Religions. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 153-171.

    The Messianic Communities (name varies) was involved in public controversy over accusations of child abuse.

    Associated Search Terms: Messianic Communities; Corporal punishment; United States, Vermont, Island Pond
  • The Role of Parental Religious Fundamentalism and Right-Wing Authoritarianism in Child-Rearing Goals and Practices.
    Danso, Henry, Bruce Hunsberger, and Michael Pratt (1997)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 36:4: 496-511.

    Survey of university students & their parents; fundamentalism predicts parents' desire for children staying in a religion independently of political conservatism.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Canada; Corporal punishment; Fundamentalist, Canada; Family; Students, undergraduate
  • Conservative Protestantism and the Corporal Punishment of Children: Clarifying the Issues.
    Ellison, Christopher G. (1996)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Relig8ion 35:1: 1-16.

    Clarifies concepts & issues in studies associating advocacy & use of corporal punishment with Conservative Protestantism.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Corporal punishment; Socialization
  • Conservative Protestantism and the Parental Use of Corporal Punishment.
    Ellison, Christopher G., John P. Bartkowski, and Michelle L. Segal (1996)
    Social Forces 74:3: 1003-1028.

    Analyzes 1987-88 survey data from U.S. adults; finds conservative Protestant membership & belief correlates with frequent use of corporal punishment.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Socialization; Corporal punishment; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • Do conservative Protestant parents spank more often? Further evidence from the National Survey of Families and Households.
    Ellison, Christopher G., John P. Bartkowski, and Michelle L. Segal (1996)
    Social Science Quaterly 77:3: 663-673.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Corporal punishment; Family; Socialization
  • Spare the Rod, or Spare the Child? Divergent Perspectives on Conservative Protestant Child Discipline.
    Bartkowski, John P. (1995)
    Review of Religious Research 37:2: 97-116.

    Distillation of conservative Protestant vs. social scientific views of corporal punishment of children.

    Associated Search Terms: Conservative, U.S.A.; Socialization; Corporal punishment
  • Religion and the legitimation of violence: The case of conservative Protestantism and corporal punishment.
    Ellison, Christopher G., and John P. Bartkowski (1995)
    In Lester R. Kurtz and Jennifer L Turpin (eds.) The Web of Violence: From Interpersonal to Global. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 45-67.

    Associated Search Terms: Violence; Legitimation; Corporal punishment; Conservative, U.S.A.
  • Religious Influence on Parental Attitudes toward the Use of Corporal Punishment.
    Wiche, Vernon R. (1990)
    Journal of Family Violence 5:2: 173-186.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from various churches in the northern South, U.S.; members of denominations having literalist readings of the bible scored higher on a parental physical punishment scale.

    Associated Search Terms: Fundamentalist, U.S.A.; Socialization; Corporal punishment
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Citation data are provided by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio).

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