By E.M & Eppel, M Eppel
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These specifically mentioned qualities may be summarized as follows: F Social Obligations and Consideration for People Honesty, Truthfulness, Sincerity, Integrity Thrift, Industry, Respect for Property Independence of Thought, Judgement Respect for Authority, Age, Dependence on Divinity 2. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE 145 73 a9 20 ‘7 GENERATIONS Question 2 was designed to give a picture of any major differences in morals and behaviour between the generations as seen by these subjects. Obviously any differences on which there is substantial agreement will help to fashion the image of young people which these adults hold, and indirectly the image held by the general society.
This type of interpretation frequently is associated with an emphasis on the concept of psychological maturity, comprising such elements as the importance of a long-term view of human needs and satisfactions and of a sense of personal responsibility for one’s actions. The number of subjects adopting this interpretation was IO, or 7-j per cent of the total. ’ ‘Initially an awareness of the reality of that field of morals which is codified in laws. ’ ‘Integrity in thought, word and deed. Individual discernment of what is right and the courage to perform the same.
The ideal must grow out of reality. It must be that which we can become . . ’ Ginsberg is clear that questions of fact and questions of value are of a different order, but that they interpenetrate and complicate each other in a variety of subtle ways that have to be recognized and analysed. He is also clear that the essence of morality consists in individual autonomy and free choice . . , Symposium on ‘The Development of Children’s lommdof EAucofonaZ Ps_ychology, Vol. XXVII, Part II, June 1917.
Adolescents And Morality: A Study of some Moral Values and Dilemmas of Working Adolescents in the Context of a Changing Climate of Opinion by E.M & Eppel, M Eppel