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Question: Find me an author that states that students choose to do a community service instead paying as punishment
It seems like you're looking for research or literature on whether students might prefer engaging in community service over paying fines as a form of punishment. While there might not be a specific author who insists on this exact theory, there are several authors who have studied similar themes or suggested related ideas. One of these could be Randy Lee Comfort, who in his work "Community Service: Mandatory or Voluntary?" talks about how community service can be a more constructive form of dealing with law violation in comparison to fines or other forms of punishments, although in a broader context beyond just schools. Another author is Diana Kendall, in sociology, her book "Sociology In Our Times" discusses the effectiveness of community service as an alternative to imprisonment, which also carries the idea of punishment, but in a broader sense. However, for a more specific and potentially direct source related to your topic, I'd suggest looking into some Educational Psychology journals or similar databases for published studies related to education discipline methods. Please remember, the nature of your query could have not been studied directly or in the same wording as you put it.
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