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If, as we have argued, moral identity is formed when a person acts from a set of goals, values, and commitments, then students should practice acting them out in the school context.
"Our study demonstrates that with moral behavior, people may not in fact always stick to the golden rule.
Moral identity is an important source of moral motivation (Hardy & Carlo, 2011).
According to Vess and Halbur (2003), moral training is an imperative task of fostering those values and deeds in children that make them moral ones.
Kulp's starting points are extremely striking moral scenarios.
"To put these ideas in sharper perspective, let us consider one very grave moral and social problem in the country today: The rampant and large-scale corruption in both public (government) and private (business) sectors.
When psychologists talk about a "moral circle" they are referring to how far we extend our moral consideration towards others.
Moral distress often manifests as physical symptoms (e.g., insomnia, fatigue); emotions such as anger, anxiety, and apathy; and questioning one's own competency and confidence.
moral values, consistently negative through the years, have slipped to their lowest point in seven years.
A Reflection on The Aesthetic Experience and Its Affection in Moral Education, Journal of Studies in Education, 2012.
Let us now move to another, different case of moral perception.
Rowlands is a much published analytic philosopher and the focus of Can Animals Be Moral? is primarily conceptual and philosophical rather than empirical and scientific.