What is Means by "Victorain Disciplines"...???

@Tushavi (2078)
Karachi, Pakistan
August 18, 2010 5:38am CST
hi to all well, I am Internet Bug, But I am not native English one so a lot of words & phrases its not understandable for me, if you saw my discussion i asks a lot of new words & phrases means, now guys yesterday I search on Wikipedia, & read England history, so got a red link "Victorian Disciplines" but the link is empty I am so excited what is means by this phrases can you helps me??? have a nice day
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@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
18 Aug 10
I've never heard of Victorian Disciplines, but I could imagine it has something to do with behavior, particularly how Queen Victoria expected her subjects to behave.
@Pose123 (21667)
• Canada
18 Aug 10
Hi Tushavi, I think it may refer to the way children were disciplined in English schools during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Victoria was Queen of England for more than sixty years and at a time when the British Empire was the greatest power in the world. The years became known as the "Victorian age". If you would do a search under "discipline in Victorian schools", you will find what you're looking for. Blessings.