Character psychology and character education
Daniel K. Lapsley, F. Clark Power
University of Notre Dame Press, Jul 28, 2005 - Education - 352 pages
Daniel K. Lapsley and F. Clark Power provides new perspective on the nature of character and moral education by utilizing insights from the disciplines of moral psychology and ethical theory.
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