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formal operational
indv think abstractly and criticly
kohlbergs theory of moral dvlpmt
1.preconventional level
2.conventional level
3.postconventional
preconventional level?
young children experience the world in terms of pain and pleasure
conventional level
teens learn to define right and wrong in terms of pleasing parents and conforms to cultural norms
postconventional
ppl think about liberty freedom or justice
gilligans theory of gender and moral dvlpmt?
1.boys have "justice perspective"-rely on rules 2 define right and wrong
2.girls have "care and responsibility perspective"-judging situation w/ an eye towar prnsl relationahips
ericksons 8 stages of dvlpmt?
1.trust vs mistrust(infancy)
2.autonomy vs doubt(toddler)
3.initiative vs guilt(preschool)
4.industiousness vs inferiority(preadolescence)
5.identity vs confusion(adolescence)
6. intimacy vs isolation(young adulthood)
7. make a difference vs self absorption(mid adulthood)
8.integrity vs despair(old)
agents of socialization?
family, school, peer group, mass media
resocialization?
effort to radically change an inmates prsnlty by controlling environment
anticipatory socialization?
learning that help a prns achieve a desired position