The concepts of discipline varies. The concept of a conventional primary school discipline is based on obedience (Gartrell, 1997). Many parents and teachers see the punishment as part of the discipline. However, some educators View discipline as a "neutral" term can exclude punishment (Marion, 1995). Discipline in the article it is considered distinct from punishment both in purpose and consequences. It can be referred to as positive discipline or guidance.
The penalty is the use of physical or psychological force or action that causes pain in an effort to prevent unwanted behavior recurring. Nagging, threats, deprivations, and hitting is all forms of punishment. Corporal punishment of children by parents and teachers of law in most countries and most of the country. It is banned in Austria, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland (Straus, 1994). Back in the nineteenth century, Froebel wrote that the use of punishment is a good way for an adult to make a "bad." If the purpose of the moral development of children, to make a good choice on itself, then the punishment should not become involved. Conditions must be created which not only permit but strongly encourage kids to be moral and discipline individuals who can make a good choice on their own (Bettelheim, 1985; Ramsburg, 1997).
parents in educating the fruit of his heart is not always obeyed the will of his son. In addition parents behave democratically against the Cubs, but parents also need to be authoritarian towards his son. apply the attitude of discipline. This is a form of discipline rules that are appropriate to the circumstances prevailing norms, or kesesuain or correctness in running a rule. When the attitude of this discipline in the mosque then in need of sanctions