character education

Which of the following is NOT a form of sanctions?

punishment for bad behavior


a live-and-let-live attitude


reward for good behavior

C?

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  1. sanc·tion
    ˈsaNG(k)SH(ə)n/
    noun
    plural noun: sanctions

    1.
    a threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule.
    "a range of sanctions aimed at deterring insider abuse"
    synonyms: penalty, punishment, deterrent; More
    punitive action, discipline, restriction;
    embargo, ban, prohibition, boycott
    "trade sanctions"
    antonyms: reward
    measures taken by a nation to coerce another to conform to an international agreement or norms of conduct, typically in the form of restrictions on trade or on participation in official sporting events.
    Philosophy
    a consideration operating to enforce obedience to any rule of conduct.
    2.
    official permission or approval for an action.
    "he appealed to the bishop for his sanction"
    synonyms: authorization, consent, leave, permission, authority, warrant, license, dispensation, assent, acquiescence, agreement, approval, approbation, endorsement, accreditation, ratification, validation, blessing, imprimatur; More

    Nope, C is a sanction for good behaviour. Sanctions include: You are gounded 3 weeks for kissing him on the front porch, or You get extra gum for no PDA on the front porch.

    posted by bobpursley

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