Poisonous Pedagogy

Poisonous pedagogy, also called black pedagogy, from the original German name Schwarze P├Ądagogik, is a term used by some present-day psychologists and sociologists to describe a subset of traditional child-raising methods which they regard as repressive and harmful. It is behaviors and communication that theorists consider to be manipulative or violent, such as corporal punishment.

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