INTRODUCTION Chapter 1. Moral Development: From Paradigms to Plurality Lene Arnett Jensen PART ONE MORAL MOTIVES Chapter 2. The Development of Care Ofra Mayseless Chapter 3. The Development of Prosocial Motives Gustavo Carlo and Sarah L. Pierotti Chapter 4. Culture and the Development of Moralities of Community Joan G. Miller and Malin Kallberg-Shroff Chapter 5. The Development of Moral Self-Awareness Ross A. Thompson PART THREE BASIC PROCESSES AND THEORETICAL APPROACHES Chapter 6. The Development of Moral Self-Presentation Robin Banerjee, Gail Heyman, and Kang Lee Chapter 7. The Development of Purpose: An International Perspective William Damon and Heather Malin Chapter 8. Moral Identity Development Sam A. Hardy, Tobias Krettenauer, and Natasha Hunt Chapter 9. The Development of Moral Values in Cultural Context Gisela Trommsdorff Chapter 10. Parent-Child Value Similarity: Broadening from Intergenerational Transmission to Reciprocal Influences, Genetics, and Environmental Antecedent Ariel Knafo-Noam, Daniela Barni, and Shalom H. Schwartz Chapter 11. Integrating Cultural Values Through Everyday Experiences: Yucatec Maya Children's Moral Development Suzanne Gaskins Chapter 12. The Development of Critical Consciousness Scott Seider, Aaliyah El-Amin, and Lauren Leigh Kelly Chapter 13. The Development of Moral Reasoning: From Common Beginnings to Diverse Life Course Pathways Lene Arnett Jensen Chapter 14. Emotion Experiences in Moral Context: Developmental Perspectives Tina Malti, Joanna Peplak, and Erinn Acland PART TWO: MORAL BEHAVIORS Chapter 15. The Emergence of Moral Responses and Sensitivity J. Kiley Hamlin and Enda Tan Chapter 16. Early Developments in Acts and Evaluations of Helping: When and How to Help? Audun Dahl Chapter 17. Development of Moral Disengagement: Learning to Make Wrong Right Kay Bussey Chapter 18. The Development of Communal and Spiritual Dutifulness in India: Upholding Dharma, Offering Seva Rachana Bhangaokar Chapter 19. Volunteerism S. Mark Pancer Chapter 20. The Lifespan Development of Generativity Michael W. Pratt, M. Kyle Matsuba, Heather L. Lawford, and Feliciano Villar Chapter 21. The Psychology of Filial Piety and Moral Decision-Making in Chinese People Kuang-Hui Yeh and Olwen Bedford Chapter 22. The Development of Forgiveness Robert D. Enright and Jacqueline Y. Song Chapter 23. The Development of Pro-Environmentalism in Context M. Kyle Matsuba, Tobias Krettenauer, and Michael W. Pratt Chapter 24. Moral Flourishing in Later Life through Purpose beyond the Self Anne Colby, Matthew Bundick, Kathleen Remington, and Emily Morton PART THREE: CONTEXTS OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT Chapter 25. Family and Moral Development Laura M. Padilla-Walker and Madison K. Memmott-Elison Chapter 26. Conversations and Moral Development Allison DiBianca Fasoli Chapter 27. Master Narratives, Ethics, and Morality Moin Syed, Monisha Pasupathi, and Kate C. McLean Chapter 28. Childcare, Culture, and Child Development: A Swedish Perspective Laura Ferrer-Wreder, Lilianne Eninger, Hanna Ginner Hau, Tina M. Olsson, Mina Sedem, Sarah Thomas, and Mara Allodi Westling Chapter 29. Play Groups as a Context for Moral Development Doris Bergen and Darrel R. Davis Chapter 30. Youth Programs as Contexts for Development of Ethical Judgment and Action Reed W. Larson, Kathrin C. Walker, and Gina McGovern Chapter 31. Moral Development in Civic and Political Context Daniel Hart Chapter 32. Religious Groups and Institutions as a Context for Moral Development: Religion as Fertile Ground Pamela Ebstyne King, Sarah A. Schnitker, and Benjamin J. Houltberg Chapter 33. Secular Living as a Context for Moral Development Phil Zuckerman and Kyle Thompson Chapter 34. Ethnicity and Race as Contexts for Moral Development Deborah Rivas-Drake and Michael Medina Chapter 35. Media as a Context for Studying Moral Development Marina Krcmar and Drew P. Cingel Chapter 36. Globalization as a Context for Moral Development Jessica McKenzie PART FOUR: APPLICATIONS AND POLICIES Chapter 37. Moral Self-Identity and Character Development Daniel Lapsley, Timothy Reilly, and Darcia Narvaez Chapter 38. Moral Choices in Digital Games: Pixelated Morality Cleve Graver and Fran C. Blumberg Chapter 39. The Interplay of Developing Morality and Gender Attitudes Rebecca S. Bigler and Lynn S. Liben Chapter 40. Moral Implications of Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors Related to Sexual and Gender Diversity Russell B. Toomey, Maura Shramko, Stacey Horn, and V. Paul Poteat Chapter 41. The Environmental Commons: Collective Moral Actions and Policies Constance Flanagan, Becca Jo Dower, Morgan Smallwood, Erin Gallay, Alisa Pykett, and Clifton Skye
Lene Arnett Jensen is Senior Research Scientist at Clark University. Together with colleagues, she has conducted research on moral development and identity in countries such as Denmark, India, Thailand, Turkey, and the United States. Her "cultural-developmental" theoretical approach conceptualizes the lifespan in terms of flexible developmental templates that accommodate cultural diversity. Her recent and forthcoming publications include Child Development: A Cultural Approach, Third Edition (forthcoming, Pearson), Human Development: A Cultural Approach, Third Edition (2019, Pearson), Child Development Worldwide: A Cultural Approach (2018, Pearson), Oxford Handbook of Human Development and Culture (2016, Oxford University Press), Moral Development in a Global World (2015, Cambridge University Press), and Bridging Cultural and Developmental Psychology (2011, Oxford University Press). From 2004 to 2015, she was editor-in-chief for the journal New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development. In recent years, she has been a visiting professor at Stanford University, Aalborg University in Denmark, Maharaja Sayajirao University in India, and the University of Bordeaux in France.
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