Includes bibliographical references (p. -231) and index.
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Likewise, some foreign researchers dealt primarily with Vygotsky's Collaborative Approach in teaching moral education using real-life moral dilemmas (Balakrishnan, ), studied moral . Moral Dilemmas in Real Life is designed to make that meeting point explicit, by presenting a series of issues in well-grounded philosophical formulations. The book begins with the general relation between the individual and society – instilling ethical tension, and even clashes, between the private and the public in our : Ovadia Ezra. Real-life dilemmas in moral education. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Vishalache Balakrishnan. Teaching College Students How to Solve Real-Life Moral Dilemmas will speak to the sometimes confounding, real-life, moral challenges that quarterlife students actually face each and every day of their lives. It will spell out an original, all-inclusive approach to thinking about, and applying, ethical problem-solving that takes into consideration people’s acts, intentions, circumstances.
Hypothetical dilemmas may obscure moral orientations because the researcher has p reconstructed the moral problem unlike real-life dilemmas where the participant constructs the problem as well as evaluates it’s resolution. (Gilligan et al., ). 2. Real-life dilemmas were also chosen to investigate Keefer and Olson’s () claim. Moral dilemmas are often used to help people think through the reasoning for their beliefs and actions, and are common in psychology and philosophy classes. Some examples of moral dilemmas include: The classic “lifeboat dilemma”, where there are only 10 spaces in the lifeboat, but there are 11 passengers on the sinking ship. The fourth edition of the best-selling text, Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Education, continues to address the increasing interest in ethics and assists educational leaders with the complex dilemmas in today’s challenging and diverse h discussion and analysis of real-life moral dilemmas that educational leaders face in their schools and Cited by: Moral Dilemmas in Real Life is designed to make that meeting point explicit, by presenting a series of issues in well-grounded philosophical formulations. The book begins with the general relation between the individual and society – instilling ethical tension, and even clashes, between the private and the public in our discourse.
resolve moral dilemmas in real life is to apply reason or intelligent thought. This theory of moral development would eventually become the main theme of the moral education efforts that emerged in the s and there after. In the s, Louis Raths and his colleagues, claiming to follow the work of Dewey, developed the values. “The perfect handbook for understanding what constitutes moral relations with friends, enemies, and one’s own self.” —Booklist. In an age when most of us spend more time thinking about what movie we’ll see than about how we want to lead our lives, nothing could be more timely and helpful than Everyday this refreshingly original book, Joshua Brand: Penguin Publishing Group. Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Education: Applying Theoretical Perspectives to Complex Dilemmas, Second Edition: *demonstrates the application of different ethical paradigms (the ethics of justice, care, critique, and the profession) through discussion and analysis of real-life moral dilemmas that educational leaders face in their 3/5(1). This article examines real‐life moral conflicts from the perspective of the ethic of care. Fifty‐six (Time 1) and 57 (Time 2) real‐life dilemmas provided by students representing different fields of study were analysed in terms of level of care reasoning according to Skoe's Ethic of Care Interview. The results showed that antisocial temptation and transgression Cited by: