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Theories of moral development

by John Martin Rich

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"This outstanding reference on theories of moral development will appeal to discerning educators and mental health practitioners. It goes beyond analyses of just the major models of moral development to encompass a wide range of competing theories. The authors bring under one cover analyses of childhood, adolescent, and lifelong theories and further explore the overall effects of higher education. Initially, they focus on Emile Durkeim's sociological paradigm, the foundation for or opponent of many subsequent theorists. They then delve into such models as Freud's psychoanalytical model, Sears' behavioral theory, Piaget's cognitive-structural approach, Erikson's socio-cultural synthesis, Perry's intellectual and ethical development theory, and Fowler's model of faith and human development."--Cover.… (more)
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"This outstanding reference on theories of moral development will appeal to discerning educators and mental health practitioners. It goes beyond analyses of just the major models of moral development to encompass a wide range of competing theories. The authors bring under one cover analyses of childhood, adolescent, and lifelong theories and further explore the overall effects of higher education. Initially, they focus on Emile Durkeim's sociological paradigm, the foundation for or opponent of many subsequent theorists. They then delve into such models as Freud's psychoanalytical model, Sears' behavioral theory, Piaget's cognitive-structural approach, Erikson's socio-cultural synthesis, Perry's intellectual and ethical development theory, and Fowler's model of faith and human development."--Cover.

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