Chapter_13.spring 2011

Chapter_13.spring 2011 - Chapter 13: Moral Development...

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9/9/11 What is Moral Development? Moral Development: l thoughts, feelings, and behaviors regarding standards of right and wrong l Parents and peers influence l How?
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9/9/11 Understanding Moral Developmen l Think l Behave l Feel l Personality l Relationship between them?
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9/9/11 Piaget’s Theory of Moral Developemen 1. Heteronomous morality 4-7 years old l Justice and rules are conceived of as unchangeable properties of the world, removed from the control of people l Example
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9/9/11 Piaget’s Theory of Moral Developmen 2. Autonomous Morality l 10 years old and older l Awareness that rules and laws are created by people l consider the actor’s intentions as well as the consequences l Example- rules are subject to change l Violation = punishment only if someone catches them
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9/9/11 l Who is more to blame? 1. A child who trips 5 of his peers by accident because his backpack was sticking out in the aisle 2. A child who purposely tripped one person he didn’t like by putting his backpack in the aisle
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