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Moral reasoning and the decrease of dogmatism in the communication classroom

Luanne J. . Bauer

Moral reasoning and the decrease of dogmatism in the communication classroom

small group discussions and creativedrama as methods of instruction.

by Luanne J. . Bauer

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor (Mich), London .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Northwestern University, 1979.

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Open LibraryOL13922747M

Anthropology ; Art & Humanities ; History ; Philosophy ; Political Science ; Psychology ; Religion.   Language-test. In order to determine if the children in the two intervention conditions and the control condition in each age group had equal ability in their first language (Mandarin), their school language learning results (presented in Table 1) were analysed using a one-way language test, which examined vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension and reasoning, . From Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines, Winter, Vol. XVI, No. 2. by Linda Elder. Emotional intelligence is a topic that is attracting a considerable amount of popular attention. Some of the discussion is, in my view, superficial and misleading.


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An investigation of sexist responses of counselors-in-training: Dissertation Abstracts International. Bigger, D. A replication of earlier research, this study investigates the relationship between moral reasoning and classroom conduct.

According to Kohlberg (), children who reason at preconventional levels (Stages 1 and 2) would be likely to disrupt a classroom, while children who reason at the conventional levels (Stages 3 and 4) should cause less classroom disruption.

Which of the following statments does not represent the relationship between culture and one's moral reasoning. One's thought and beliefs are generally independent of cultural influences.

The __________ approach to moral development consists of identifying different ways one can behave in situations that will benefit oneself without harming others. One of the most difficult elements involved in teaching morals is that no single right answer exists.

Morals will vary based on culture and personal preferences, so it is wiser for the parents to take on this task instead of educators. Teaching a child to exercise his own moral reasoning may prove invaluable to his development.

Utilitarianism: A Theory of Consequences. Utilitarianism, first popularized by British philosophers Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill in the 19th century, is a theory that holds that the best way to make a moral decision is to look at the potential consequences of each available choice; then, one should pick the option that either does the most to increase happiness or does the least to.

Fostering Moral Development in the Classroom. 2, p. 57 Fostering Moral Development in the Classroom The study of moral development is one of the oldest topics of interest to those curious about human nature, but the implementation of moral education curricula has. Start studying Chapter Moral Development.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Piaget believed that interactions with peers, more than adult influence, account for advances in children's moral reasoning.

with age, children's moral judgement becomes. more abstract and based more on internalized principles and values. Modeling and the communication of values. In agreeing with research which showed that adolescent brains are less active in regions related to moral reasoning, Justice Anthony Kennedy, who voted to overturn a lower court ruling on the death penalty for year-old Christopher Simmons stated, "The adolescent's.

Larry and Carol are tested twice on moral reasoning. When Kohlberg's measures are used, Carol gets a lower score than Larry. When at the same level- Stage 6. Based on research reported in your text, what probably caused this discrepancy.

Learning to employ "stop and think," or metacognitive strategies, has been shown to decrease victimization, decrease bullying, and increase moral reasoning (Heydenberk, Heydenberk, &. In his widely selling book When Bad Things Happen to Good People, auxiliary assumptions to models of moral reasoning, replicated the general age-based decrease in immanent justice that Piaget.

Relativists avoid the confrontation and conflict of dogmatism but they give up their claim to absolute truth in doing so. Often we feel trapped between dogmatism and relativism when it comes to religion. And often our feelings are exploited to force us one way or another, frequently to serve political ends.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. We present the results of a literature review of studies on teaching strategies for moral education in secondary schools ().

The majority of the studies focus on the 'what' and 'why', i.e. Moral Development Moral development refers to the development of a sense of values and ethical behavior.

Adolescents’ cognitive development, in part, lays the groundwork for moral reasoning, honesty, and prosocial behaviors such as helping, volunteerism, or caring for others (Eisenberg, Carlo, Murphy, & Van Court, ).

Offering students an accessible, in-depth, and highly practical introduction to ethics, Moral Reasoning: A Text and Reader on Ethics and Contemporary Moral Issues covers argumentation and moral reasoning, various types of moral arguments, and theoretical issues that commonly arise in introductory ethics courses, including skepticism, subjectivism, relativism, religion, and normative Reviews: 6.

Dilemma 6 tells a different story, in which all of the student’s moral reasoning was well represented by their predominant reasoning. This occurred for dilemmas four and seven as well.

For most of the dilemmas, moral reasoning was well represented by the students predominant reasoning. The work of Lawrence Kohlberg was an important start to modern research on moral development and reasoning. However, Kohlberg relied on a specific method: he presented moral dilemmas (like the Heinz problem) and asked children and adults to explain what they would do and—more importantly—why they would act in that particular way.

Utilitarianism holds that the most ethical choice is the one that will produce the greatest good for the greatest number. It is the only moral framework that can be used to justify military force or war. It is also the most common approach to moral reasoning used in business because of the way in which it accounts for costs and benefits.

The purpose of this study was to compare the relative merits of two causal models in which moral reasoning, sex, and social class were used to predict classroom behavior problems. Model A implied that conduct problems would decline linearly as moral maturity increased.

Model B implied that the lowest as well as the highest levels of moral maturity would be associated with fewer conduct. Knowledge and moral behaviour takes time, Aristotle says, for it "to become part of the tissue of the mind".

In the classroom if you ask young children how they should behave they will generally respond with lists of moral behaviour taught to them by the school: ‘listen to each other, respect each other, don’t laugh at people’ and so on.

Children’s television programming often contains moral lessons and examples of inclusiveness, but children may struggle to comprehend and transfer the situations presented on an animated production to their own lives, University of California, Davis, research suggests.

In two separate studies, researchers monitored more than year-olds of various ethnicities from urban. Change in prosocial moral reasoning over 15 years, gender differences in prosocial reasoning, and the interrelations of moral reasoning, prosocial behavior, and empathy-related emotional responses.

Sep 5, - The aim of this speaking activity is for students to discuss what they would in four different situations. Suitable for levels intermediate - advanced, adults and older teenagers. The Task Students work in pairs or small groups discussing each moral dilemma from the list.

You might distribute the handouts, or project t. Extensively classroom-tested, Critical Thinking: An Introduction to Analytical Reading and Reasoning provides a non-technical vocabulary and analytic apparatus that guide students in identifying and articulating the central patterns found in reasoning and in expository writing more generally.

Strategies for creating caring classroom communities include practicing authoritative discipline, effective communication practices, and ensuring student safety.

32 Teaching and reinforcing positive social skills, and utilizing collaborative and cooperative learning activities can also promote displays of prosocial behaviour in classroom.

4 ways to embed morals and ethics in your classroom We live in a very different world than the world we were born into. As a dad, the moral and ethical state of what is portrayed in mainstream media scares me and as an education leader, I know that these areas are not actively taught well enough in our schools.

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Lectures provide background material for initiates and the discuss duties of the degree in general terms. Handbook of Moral Behavior and Development book. Volume 1: Theory. Handbook of Moral Behavior and Development. A comprehensive theory of morality must explain how moral reasoning, in conjunction with other psychosocial factors, governs moral conduct.

Social cog­ nitive theory adopts a cognitive interactionist perspective to moral phenomena. the first step of a communication framework of attitude change which should make them effective in diminishing prejudice and discrimination.

Bruschke, J. C., C. Gartner and J. Seiter. "Student Ethnocentrism, Dogmatism, and Motivation: A Study of BAFA, BAFA." Simulation & Gaming Educational psychology is the branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of human study of learning processes, from both cognitive and behavioral perspectives, allows researchers to understand individual differences in intelligence, cognitive development, affect, motivation, self-regulation, and self-concept, as well as their role in learning.

Offering students an accessible, in-depth, and highly practical introduction to ethics, Moral Reasoning: A Text and Reader on Ethics and Contemporary Moral Issues covers argumentation and moral reasoning, various types of moral arguments, and theoretical issues that commonly arise in introductory ethics courses, including skepticism, subjectivism, relativism, religion, and normative theories.

Components of Moral Action There are a number of models of ethical decision making and action. For example, business ethics educators Charles Powers and David Vogel identify six factors or elements that underlie moral reasoning and behavior and that are particularly relevant in organizational settings.1 The first is moral imagination.

Moral Reasoning: A Necessary Standard of Learning in Today’s Classroom Katie Dolph and Angela Lycan Martin Luther King, Jr.

said, “Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of real education,” (Pasquier,p. These words ring as true.

Moral Questions in the Classroom. Book Description: What constitutes a just war. How does race matter in America. Are the interests of corporations the same as those of the public when it comes to the environment or public health. Middle and high school history, literature, and science classes abound with important moral, social, and political.

Use effective assertive communication skills that help your child move to a higher level of moral reasoning. Moral development is the process through which children develop proper attitudes and behaviors toward other people in society, based on social and cultural norms, rules, and laws.

Moral development happens slowly and children think. "Cheating, Lying, and Moral Reasoning by Religious and Secular High School Students." Journal of Educational Research vol. 89, pp. Abstract: Examined the relationship between moral reasoning and the incidence of cheating and lying in a sample of 90 religious vs secular (public) 9thth grade high school students.

The second level in Kohlberg's theory was the Conventional level (II) which covered Stages 3 and 4. Moral reasoning at the Conventional level is primarily involved with conformity to the expectations of the social order (Stage 3) and demonstrating a duty to the maintenance of.

Moral reasoning typically applies logic and moral theories, such as deontology or utilitarianism, to specific situations or dilemmas. However, people are not especially good at moral reasoning.

Indeed, the term moral dumbfounding describes the fact that people often reach strong moral conclusions that they cannot logically defend. Moral Reasoning Activity. In groups of three or four: 1. Read each of the four moral dilemmas; 2.

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Most of the research that has analyzed people’s moral reasoning in terms of the three ethics has used a coding manual developed by Jensen,Jensen,Jensen, 5 In this manual, each of a person’s moral reasons is coded into one ethic (i.e., Autonomy, Community, or Divinity), allowing for an assessment of the degree to which a.