Personal Ethics Development
At birth each of us is virtually a blank slate. At this time in our lives we have learned nothing. Our only skill is to cry when the need for food, personal attention, and comfort arises. Until something is needed we are content to lie there and watch the world revolve around us. Throughout life we develop values based on what we have previously learned or experienced. The goal of developing values in children is to establish the capability to make sound judgments and ethical decisions (Kolberg, 1971). The entire process of value development is lifelong and continuous (Nucci, 2002).
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