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It is possible to be moral without being religious, just as it is possible (although some may argue to the contrary) to be religious without being moral. Religion may vary by culture, national origin, race, or family, but certain moral principles remain the same across all religions. " 31 To summarize, when we speak of moral children, we do not mean children who merely exhibit a set of moral traits or behaviors. Nor do we mean children who are merely obedient, polite, or religious. HOW CHILDREN THINK ABOUT MORAL RULES An enormous body of research makes the persuasive case that young children think about moral and social issues and relations in ways that differ qualitatively from the ways in which older children and adults think.
Some might react with anger, suppressed or expressed, while others might react with the secret rebellion of intelligent calculation, obeying only when under surveillance. Certainly, none of these reactions is good for mental health or future development. Well-meaning teachers often feel that it is their responsibility to manage every detail of children's behavior. In chapter 1, we sawthe Drill Sergeant dictate a right way to sit as well as every correct answer in lessons. The Manager dictates the details of children's actions in academic lessons and art work.
Grabbing T's hand or body impulsively is level 0 negotiation, even though it initiates the helping effort. This is followed, however, by level 1 demands and even some level 2 showing and explaining in attempts to coordinate the two perspectives. T resists at first but then accepts J's obvious effort to be helpful. He learns J's strategy and says "Mmm" on the starting space. This equilibrium is obviously satisfying to both boys as they exchange triumphant smiles. Conflicts are resolved in this pair's engagement with one another.