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Selective Ethics and Integrity - Moral Development and Prison Education
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Selective Ethics and Integrity - Moral Development and Prison Education

Author: S Duguid
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of Correctional Education, v37 n2 (June 1986): 60-64
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The argument is made that prisoners are one part of a large group of citizens who suffer from uneven development in the cognitive and moral realms due to biographical and structural factors. Education infused with a critical humanist appreciation of values issues is proposed as an antidote to the effects of this uneven development and a source of new personal empowerment. (Author abstract)
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: S Duguid
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 4769502092
Notes: ANNOTATION: A case exists for there being a moral dimension to prison education and a case against moral education programs in prison.
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The argument is made that prisoners are one part of a large group of citizens who suffer from uneven development in the cognitive and moral realms due to biographical and structural factors. Education infused with a critical humanist appreciation of values issues is proposed as an antidote to the effects of this uneven development and a source of new personal empowerment. (Author abstract)

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