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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Miselytė, Marija
Title: Jaunimo subkultūrų moralinių sprendimų kompetencijos ypatumai
Other Title: Peculiarities of moral judgments competence in different subcultures of young people
Is part of: Grupės ir aplinkos, 2009, nr. 1, p. 221-243
Date: 2009
Keywords: Moraliniai sprendimai;Jaunimo subkultūra;Gotai;Skustagalviai;Moral judgments;Youth subculture;Goths;Skinheads
Abstract: Straipsnyje nagrinėjami subkultūrinių grupių (gotų ir skustagalvių) moralinių sprendimų kompetencijos ypatumai, atskleidžiama moralinių sprendimų sąvoka, jų reikšmė subkultūrinių grupių tyrimams. Straipsnis parengtas remiantis autorės atlikto tyrimo Vilniuje duomenimis. Rezultatai parodė, kad grupių moraliniai sprendimai yra skirtingi. Šiuos skirtumus autorė sieja su galimu grupių narių socioekonominio statuso, išsilavinimo ir vertybių skirtumais.
According to Kohlberg, moral development is a universal process. Nevertheless the empirical research into the competence of moral judgements in different cultures and in specific contexts revealed some differences. It was decided to check if there are any differences of the competence of moral judge ments within subcultures of young people, usually called immoral or inclined to breach moral norms by the mainstream society. In this study, I wanted to identify peculiarities of the competence of moral judgments in the subcultures of Goths and Skinheads. In Lithuania these subcultures are most often called contradictory. The research took place in Vilnius. The respondents included 30 Goths, 28 Skinheads and 30 members of the general public. All were 16-28 years old. The competence of moral judgments and the possibility of moral segmentation within these groups were measured using the Moral Judgment Test (Lind, 1977). The test is based on Kohlberg’s concept of moral development. Results showed that there are differences among these groups in terms of the indexes of the moral judgments competence, the hierarchy preference, the inner correlation of stages and the affective – cognitive parallelism. These differences were analysed as possible differences in the socioeconomic status, education and values systems of the group members.
Appears in Collections:Grupės ir aplinkos / Groups and Environments 2009, nr. 1

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