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Whipping Boys: Attitudes Towards Beating in Medieval Pedagogy

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posted on 2015-02-17, 15:22 authored by Ben Parsons
It is undeniable that the later Middle Ages saw impressive advances in the field of education. Between the years 1000 and 1500, the first universities appeared, grammar schooling started to peel away from monasteries and cathedrals, and vocational training became increasingly formalised. Nevertheless, an outstanding feature of medieval education was its reliance on corporal discipline. [Taken from opening paragraph]

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Education Journal, 2014, 191, pp. 10-10

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/Organisation/COLLEGE OF ARTS, HUMANITIES AND LAW/School of English

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Education Journal

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Education Publishing Company

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2014

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