Moral Judgement Development Within the Family

Journal of Moral Education 17 (3):209-219 (1988)
Abstract This paper examines research and theory regarding the process of moral judgement development within the family environment. Four major issues in research on the family's influence on moral judgement development are outlined and the existing data relevant to these issues are briefly presented. The author's approach to studying these issues is described. The implications of research on moral development within the family for moral education are also addressed
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DOI 10.1080/0305724880170305
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