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|Other Titles:||The Relations Between Role-taking and Moral Judgment in Ten-and-Fourteen-Year-Olds|
Department od Education, NTNU
According to cognitive developmental theory, role-taking is a major prerequisite for moral growth. Role-taking refers to the ability to take the point of view of another person. Moral growth, according to Piaget is dependent on overcoming egocentrism and realism. The experiences of role-taking help the child to give up egocentrism and realism as well as unilateral respect for adults. And it is also assumed by L. Kohlberg that moral stages represent successive modes of taking the role of others and that, hence, opportunities for role-taking are the social-environmental determinants of moral judgment. The findings obtained by tests indicated that there was a positive significant correlation between role-taking and moral judgment.(r=.35 p<.01 n=140) In addition, 14-year-olds had higher scores than 10-year-olds. No sex differences were discovered in this study.
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