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Moral Development

Moral Development

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Published by Syed Komail
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Published by: Syed Komail on Aug 04, 2011
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Definition:The development of values,beliefs, and thinking abilitiesthat act as a guide regardingwhat is acceptable behaviour.
Diversity in reasoning
rought cultural distinctions influencingmoral reasoning.
Traditional cultures emphasis on customs andrituals that change slowly over time.
Traditional cultures customs may becomemoralized.
An eldest son eating chicken a day after hisfathers death was considered the worstviolation and beating a disobedient wife wasthe least offensive.
oral behaviour
Three important influences on moral behaviourare modeling, internalization and self-concept.
Generous adult models will tend to be moreconcerned for the rights and feelings of others.
Theories of moral behaviour assume that youngchildrens moral behaviour is first controlled byothers through direct instructions, supervision,rewards, punishment and correction.
We must integrate our moral beliefs and valuesinto our total sense of who we are, our self-concept.

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