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  1. Sense of Authentic Inner Compass as a Moral Resource Across Cultures: Possible Implications for Resisting Negative Peer-Pressure and for Parenting.Avi Assor, Moti Benita, Noam Yitshaki, Yael Geifman & Wisam Maree - 2020 - Journal of Moral Education 49 (3):346-364.
    ABSTRACT This paper focuses on a recently conceptualized construct—sense of authentic inner-compass —and two parenting practices promoting it: basic autonomy-support and inherent value-demonstration. Rooted in self-determination theory, sense of AIC refers to the perception that we have self-guiding values, aspirations, and goals, which function like an ‘authentic inner-compass’ that informs us on what we truly value and need. The utility of this construct for understanding morality-related phenomena also in cultures not emphasizing autonomy and authenticity, is demonstrated by a study conducted (...)
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  • Patterns and Implications of Values Similarity, Accuracy, and Relationship Closeness Between Emerging Adults and Mothers.Benjamin L. Bayly & Matthew F. Bumpus - 2020 - Journal of Moral Education 49 (4):496-511.
    ABSTRACT This study evaluated associations between similarity in personal values, accuracy of values perceptions, and relationship closeness among emerging adults and their mothers. Contrary to previous studies, values similarity and accuracy were largely unrelated to relationship closeness. This was reinforced by Latent Profile Analysis, which revealed three unique patterns of values similarity, values accuracy, and closeness between emerging adults and mothers: high relationship closeness, similar values and accurate perceptions; moderate relationship closeness, dissimilar values and inaccurate perceptions; and low relationship closeness (...)
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  • Learning to Be a Good Parent Across Cultural and Generational Boundaries.Chi-Ming Lee - 2011 - Journal of Moral Education 40 (3):377-385.
    This article focuses on first-person perspectives of a parent?child relationship. The personal experiences of my son and I epitomise the clash of Eastern and Western, traditional and modern cultures in the social context of Taiwan. As a professor of moral education, I reflect on my son?s upbringing in order to try to understand and reconcile differences of educational principles and styles between cultures and generations. I relate the journey my adolescent son and I endured over six years to overcome the (...)
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