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ERIC Number: ED056934
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 20
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Beginning a Humanistic Normal Science: Developing Thoughts on Developmental Psychology and Moral Development.
Roberts, Thomas B.
By using this holistic approach the author believes that men will be able to construct a view of the development of man that synthesizes many existing separate human science approaches. The purposes of this conference paper are fourfold: 1) to give an example of how to begin to reformulate current intellectual interests in terms of a humanistic scheme by using developmental psychology; 2) to contribute to one train of educational thought which emphasizes self-development, the affective domain, and new images of man; 3) to construct a holistic framework for understanding man, by closely interweaving the separate views of human life; and, 4) to humanistically ask what sort of cultures result in what sorts of children and what sorts of society do these children form when they mature. (Author/AWW)
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Authoring Institution: Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb. Coll. of Education.