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Volume :13 Issue : 2 1985      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIGHER EDUCTION AND THE LEVEL OF MORAL JUDGEMENT USING A SELECTED SAM PLE OF STUDENTS IN THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, TANTA UNIV. EGYPT

Auther : Mohamed R. Issa

      In a attempt to study the impact of education on the development of moral judgment, the responses of a selected sample (n = 15) of senior males, majoring in Arabic, in the college of education, Tanta University, Egypt; and having a pre-College educator in a teacher’s institute (secondary level) – were compared with these of their peers (n = 16) who had no college level training; on an adapted form  D.I.T. in Arabic. Both groups were matched in variables as age, sex, G.P.A. & year of pre-college certification. Consistent with the assumptions that most adults reach a general plateau in the development of their moral judgment after their formal schooling and that former research results show a strong positive relationship between the level of moral judgment and the years of educations, comparison between the two means of ‘P’ index showed a significant difference in the favor of the college-group; t (29) = 6 – 839, P < .0001. Further analysis of other scores for the other stages indicated a significant change in the level of moral judgment along with the years spent in formal education represented in college education. Recommendations and limitations, to be considered when generalization, were added.

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