soc 3324 chapter 5

Soc 3324 chapter 5 - Chapter 5 Social Development and Delinquency Ones attitude and behavior are thought to change over time as they develop

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Chapter 5- Social Development and Delinquency One’s attitude and behavior are thought to change over time, as they develop physically and psychologically Frued- Focused on abnormalities in human growth and problems generated from the abnormalities Kohlberg’s Moral Development Model “ Lawrence Kohlberg” -argues that people grow in terms of relationships to one another and to moral ideas and values -studies show delinquents think and reason at the preconventional level, moral development of a young child -moral development is a learned behavior -people grow in stages -Preconventional “birth to 7” S1-doing the right to avoid punishment S2- Mainly children do right in order to satisfy their own needs -Conventional “8 and 12” S1-behaving correctly is considered a social good “proper and expected” S2-correct behavior is seen as necessary for the good of society -Post conventional “12 and onward” S1-doing right is a contractual obligation between individual and government S2- good behavior is part of a belief in a global system of moral goods, is in response to the feeling a person should do good because it’s expected of one to do good
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course SOC 3424 taught by Professor Djshoemaker during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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Soc 3324 chapter 5 - Chapter 5 Social Development and Delinquency Ones attitude and behavior are thought to change over time as they develop

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