The sick stage Making friends with those who have moralities will let you become better.All the splendor in this world is not worth a good friend.While making friends with evil people will being more hurt than profit.What' more it not only do harm to our development but also affect our moralities .We should attach importance to choose friends. The salt merchant and his ass Whatever you do ,you should stand on solid ground.Sometimes you can achieve your goals if you do things by fair or foul means.However,it can make you fail in the most time.keep this sentence in your mind"a clever person may become the victim of his own ingenuity
People are always going back and forth between choosing what benefits them and what will benefit the society. However people choose to manage a situation, it will always end up affecting that person and the people around them. Being put in a situation where you have to choose between yourself and other people is a hard one to be put int. Your first thought is to think of yourself, but then you always end up thinking of your morals and the people that your decision with affect. If you choose the decision that affects you it will also affect the society and if you choose the decision that affects the society it will also affect you.
A person just needs to grasp that they need to step up to the plate to develop into the best they can be as a role model to others around them. The older and younger brothers in each story learn they need to figure out each other on a different perspective. This helps them grow in the way they need to so they can rely on each other on a more personal level rather than a mentor level. Many of us can learn from these characters to help understand everyone can influence one another, this society just needs to be humble enough to let these important factors happen to us and
Morals play a strong role in human decision making. Levitt and Aligo (2013) state that “Morals are foundation to professional and ethical counseling practice.” Lawrence Kohlberg was a Harvard psychologist that developed a theory on how people develop morality. This model of moral development are deemed to be “transcultural—that is, they are found in every culture in the world,” (Boss, 2015, p. 274). Kohlberg’s theory began to gain the attention of his peers in the 1970’s and is still considered a standard today. Because people are unique individually, their total level of advancement achieved differs, yet the rate at which they experience the lower stages, generally, is the same (Moroney, 2006).
Kohlberg’s theory also discussed the idea that moral development occurs when there is advanced thoughts, the leadership roles available, and discussing morals with a higher staged person (King, 2016). The question I chose is, is morality more of an innate behavior or a learned behavior? The first article had two experiments and the first experiment asked kids to respond to moral dilemmas (The Moral Judgement Test) and then their answers were scored (Benninga, 1980). The answers were scored based off of the idea that a mature response was one point and if it was not a mature response they received a zero. The second experiment that was conducted was to test against the results from the first experiment.
Therefore, punishment was essential for regulating their behaviors and reminding them of their commitment, while positive reinforcement was also significant to raise their awareness of behaviors and facilitating proper behaviors. Also, since my group members had a close relationship with me, they paied more attention to what I said and what I did. By modeling proper behaviors, my group members would have a clear model for observation and imitation. However, since I was the model in the group, the group lacked interaction between group members. It would be better if I empowered some group members to be a model in the group, which would not only increase self-awareness of the person who act as
FOUR MORAL DEVELOPMENT THEORIES Describe Jean Piaget’s Theory of Moral Development Jean Piaget’s Theory of Moral Development was based around the concept of two stages of moral development. The first stage was that children between the ages of 5-10 years old see the world as heteronomous mortality (Ryan, 2011). Heteronomous mortality is where children base their opinion on results of action (Slavin & Shunk, 2017). Within heteronomous morality children see rules as something set by individuals they consider “authority” and those rules are unbreakable. Children with this type of morality refuse to break the rules set in place because they associate rule breaking with negative consequences (Slavin & Shunk, 2017).
When he was a small child, he established relationships with his mother and elder sisters as caregivers, he believed that establishing good relationship would enable him to be rewarded. During his childhood, the subject believed that establishing good social relationships with a strong schoolmate was essential for his wellbeing; establishing good social relationships with schoolmates and friends were the necessity for him to have joy and fun. During secondary school period, the subject believed that establishing good relationships with teammates, coach and peers were one of the critical success factors. Eventually, hard work and good social relationships enabled him to achieve his goal. During his university study, the subject believed that establishing good relationships with schoolmates were essential for his wellbeing.
Furthermore, she would state that God wants us to treat everyone with respect. Although, I gained understanding from a young age the value of relationships, I need to be mindful. For example, I can easily place judgment on the actions of an individual who commits a crime. Also, I can get negative opinions about an individual when they are being nasty or violent to another person. Therefore, I must be careful in my thoughts at all times not to judge another person’s execrable behavior and shortcomings.