Education in Moral Area
My research describes questions about the development of moral reasoning of students of Business Academy and its correlation with age and studied classis. At the same time the research verifies the hypothesis that students of Business Academy has so called “segmented morality” - the students reason about the professional moral dilemmas on the different stage of moral reasoning than about the family (or friendly relations) moral dilemmas. The research is based on Kohlberg’s theory of six stages of moral reasoning. Its asset lies in the elaboration of questions about moral reasoning and how to improve moral reasoning through professional education. The verified hypotheses offer the asset for professional pedagogical work and define teacher’s presumption for moral intellect training. The teacher needs three main capabilities: pedagogical, professional and ethic capabilities.
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Volume (Year): 2007 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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