EDU CHAPTER 3 NOTES

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EDU CHAPTER 3 NOTES READING - Psychosocial theory- principles of psychological and social development - Psychosocial crisis- satisfactorily and put it behind them to take on new challenges, but some people do not completely resolve these crises and must continue to deal with them later in life - Heteronomous morality- “moral realism” or “morality of constraint” being subjected to rules imposed by others being told what to do and what not to do - Autonomous morality- arises as child’s social world expands to include more and more peers - Moral dilemmas- hypothetical situations that require a person to consider values of right and wrong - Pre conventional level o Punishment and obedience o Instrumental relativists orientation - Conventional level o Good boy good girl- earning approval o Law and order- respect for authority - Post conventional level o Social contract orientation o Ethical principle- decision of conscience - Pre-conventional level of morality- obey authority to avoid punishment -
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