Making sense of approaches to moral education

@article{Sanger2005MakingSO,
  title={Making sense of approaches to moral education},
  author={Matthew N. Sanger and R. Osguthorpe},
  journal={Journal of Moral Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={34},
  pages={57 - 71}
}
This paper presents a metatheoretical analysis of ‘approaches’ to moral education and how we make sense of them. Such approaches are commonly analyzed with simple, binary category schemes, for example, being categorized as either ‘indirect’ or ‘direct’ in nature. This kind of minimal framework clearly oversimplifies the complex nature of any approach. Despite this, the moral education literature continues to suffer from a lack of appropriately complex, systematic, and robust analytic frameworks… Expand
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