Social and Behavioral Socialization Outcomes (Morals (Kohlberg's…
Social and Behavioral Socialization Outcomes
Sacred Responsibility of Parenthood
Full and Equal Partnership
Fathers: Lead, provide, day to day interaction
Mothers: nurture, highest holiest service, be prayerful in working outside the home.
Principles for Marriage: Families are maintained on principles of faith, prayer, repentance, forgiveness, respect, love, compassion, work and wholesome activities.
Honesty: truthful, sincere, candid, genuine, trustworthy, upright, respectful, and decent.
Integrity: Intact, sound, uncorrupted. Always going what is right and good regardless of immediate consequences.
Learn to govern our lives by principles.
Ability to regulate/control one's behavior
Observed at age 2
Emotional regulation: ability to control anger and exhibit empathy.
encompass an individuals evaluation of what is right and wrong.
involves feelings, reasoning, and behaving.
develops through social interaction and reflects one's ability to distinguish and act on right and wrong.
Heteronomous morality: moral development in which children think of rules as moral absolutes that cannot be changed. Fostered in Families and Schools
Autonomous morality: moral development in which children realize that rules are arbitrary agreements that can be changed by those who have to follow them. Fostered among peers. If you want to participate in an activity, you have to follow the rules.
Preconventional: individual considers and weighs the personal consequences of behavior
Conventional: individual can look beyond personal consequences and consider other's perspectives.
Postconventional: individuals consider and weigh the values behind various consequences from various points of view.
Influences on Moral development
behavior that harms other people. Aggression, violence, and crime.
behavior that benefits other people. Altruism, sharing, cooperation.
qualities an individual understands to characterize males and females in his or her culture.
Sex typing: classification into gender roles based on biological sex. Begins at birth.
Influences on development of gender roles