Course代写 This course studies the nature and current psychological theories of moral development.psychological theories of moral development.
This course studies the nature and current psychological theories of moral development. Enhancing the learning experiences by incorporating local Chinese and western contexts
AIMS & OBJECTIVES Course代写
- Understand the psychological theories of moral development.
- Review ethical dilemma by critical examining the theoretical, methodological,pathological and cross-cultural issues.
- Formulate strategies and foster moral development in early childhood to early adulthood.
- To appreciate the process of moral development through and across lifespan psychology
COURSE CONTENT Course代写
1.Nature of moral development (12 hour)
- Moral judgment
- Psychological needs and moral motivation
- Altruistic orientation and human relationships
- Moral behavior
2.Theoretical models (12 hours)
- Cognitive developmental approach
- Social learning approaches
- Psychoanalytic approach
- Humanistic and family approaches
3.Moral development of the Chinese people (9 hours)
4.Current issues (6 hours)
- Theoretical issues / Methodological issues
- Pathological issues
- Cross-cultural issues
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