Moral Socialization: An Empirical Analysis of the Hogan Model

Journal of Moral Education 9 (1):10-16 (1979)
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Abstract An alternative social psychological model of moral development, proposed by Robert Hogan, is empirically assessed for the first time. Five character?trait dimensions of moral character (moral knowledge, socialization, empathy, autonomy, and ethical attitudes) were used to predict a measure of rule?breaking behaviour. Results indicate some support for Hogan's model. Suggestions are made for refinements in Hogan's theory and for additional research
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