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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2012;33(2): 1-12.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2012.33.2.1
아동학회지 : 유아의 도덕적 정서 이해의 발달:가해자 의도와 피해자 반응의 영향
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Contents : The Development of Moral Emotional Understanding in Preschool Children:The Influence of Offenders ``Intentions and Victims`` Reactions
Ha Na Song
Abstract
This study examined the influences of age, offenders intention, victims` emotional reactions on the moral emotional understanding of preschool children, Eighty eight children aged 4, 5, and 6 participated in this study, and were interviewed using four moral transgression stories. The responses of the children were then analyzed in terms of the levels of moral emotional understanding, from error through to the understanding of secondary emotions. The results indicated that older children showed higher levels of moral emotional understanding than younger children. Additionally, children`s moral emotional understanding was higher in situations in which offenders` behaviors were intentional, and in which the victims expressed sadness. The attribution of moral emotions was influenced by victims` emotional reactions only in 6-year-old children. Discussion of these results also included the development of intervention programs for children with aggressive behaviors, as well as a number of suggestions for future study.
Key Words: preschool children offenders "intention victims" emotional reactions
주요어: 도덕적 정서, 유아, 가해자의 의도, 피해자의 정서 반응 moral emotion
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