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|Other Titles:||Investigating Moral Values System of Junior High School and High School Students in Taiwan|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
The society in the contemporary world has largely influenced by individualism. Therefore, people no longer closely follow the traditional value system and tend to make their decisions or judgments based on personal interests or priorities. Does this suggest that our moral values have declined? The investigation of present moral value system of the students of junior high schools and high schools will help to construct the framework of school moral education. This paper, thus, focuses on the following questions: what the moral values of young students are in this fast-changing and diverse society; and how the schools design proper moral education in response. To answer these, the authors firstly review the relevant work in order to identify the connections between individualism, moral value system, and social reliance. Next, the authors use their own empirical data to analyze some crucial variables, such as students’ background data, social reliance, and moral endurance. This analysis will reveal the conditions and changes of thermal value of those young studies. Lastly, the authors hope to propose some possible solutions to improve the teaching of morality in subjective education.
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