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by William Damon,Anne Colby
Although many people believe that this is a barren time for moral leadership in this country, in Some Do Care Anne Colby and William Damon show that moral heroes do exist today. Drawing on in-depth interviews.
Although many people believe that this is a barren time for moral leadership in this country, in Some Do Care Anne Colby and William Damon show that moral heroes do exist today.
Damon and Colby followed up their Some Do Care study of living moral exemplars with . Here is an important book that can help us move beyond concern to insight, public discourse, and action.
Damon and Colby followed up their Some Do Care study of living moral exemplars with some historical case studies of 20th century moral exemplars, described in their 2015 book The Power of Ideals. guidance for parenting, for improved educational practice, and for youth development in a wide variety of community settings. Damon is married to Anne Colby with three children, Jesse, Maria, and Caroline.
0 0 5 Author: Anne Colby,William Damon. A look at the lives of twenty-three American moral leaders shows how these hometown heroes acquired their moral goals and sustained them in the face of grave risk and sacrifice, working for everything from civil rights to the poor.
Some Do Care - Anne Colby. We aim in this book to explain these developmental processes and to show how some highly moral people have managed to maximize them in their own lives. As we became immersed in their stories, we found them to be deeply moving ones with a message of hope for individuals and society alike.
Colby, Anne, 1946-; Damon, William, 1944-. Drawing on in-depth interviews, they offer a revealing look into the lives of twenty-three Americans who have provided exemplary moral leadership in communities across the United States. These are people who have worked for the poor, fought battles for civil rights, worked for peace and protection of the environment, and generally have dedicated their lives to the service of others
By Anne Colby and William Damon.
By Anne Colby and William Damon. Publisher: Free Press (June 27, 1994). ISBN13: 9780029063569. Browse Related Books. Psychology General. Resources and Downloads. High Resolution Images. Book Cover Image (jpg): Some Do Care. Trade Paperback 9780029063569. MB). Author Photo (jpg): William Damon. By Anne Colby and William Damon. This work is not only a strong contribution to the psychology of moral reasoning, it is a readable book of inspirational tales of true moral exemplars. Select Format: Hardcover. Teen and Young Adult. Literature & Fiction. Mystery & Thriller.
Some Do Care by Anne Colby 9780029063569 (Paperback, 1994) Delivery Australian shipping is usually within 9. .Five of the book's chapters present in-depth profiles of each of five moral exemplars living across the United States
Some Do Care by Anne Colby 9780029063569 (Paperback, 1994) Delivery Australian shipping is usually within 9 to 13 working days. See all 3 brand new listings. Five of the book's chapters present in-depth profiles of each of five moral exemplars living across the United States. The stories of their lives present a moral vision of America in inspiring color and detail. In conjunction with the profile chapters,integrative theme chapters present findings from interviews of other living moral exemplars and new theoretical insights about moral commitment in every day life. Anne Colby, William Damon. Simon & Schuster.
William Damon, born in 1944, is a professor of education and human development at Brown University in.
William Damon, born in 1944, is a professor of education and human development at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and a consultant to the Children's Television Workshop. His books, The Moral Child (1990) and Greater Expectations (1995), concern the development and teaching of basic virtues and the difficulties of raising a moral child in a materialistic society. Some Do Care (1992), co-authored with his wife, Anne Colby, describes the lives of twenty-three people who demonstrate the altruistic nature that we wish our children to have.