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Evidence shows children who are smacked are more likely to be involved in partner violence in adulthood

By Angelika Poulsen, PhD candidate, Queensland University of Technology
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There is now a strong body of evidence showing a link between corporal punishment as a child and later involvement in family violence, either as a victim or perpetrator.

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