Reasons for the Deterioration of Moral Values Cross Cultural Comparative Analysis

2016-09-27
Taneri, Pervin Oya
Gao, Jie
Johnson, Rodger
This paper depicts the perspectives of Chinese, Turkish and U.S. teachers’ changes in moral and ethical values. Corrosion of moral values has become a phenomenon in many nations. Social construction provides educators the instruments essential to engage dialogue about the corrosion of moral values. Comparative cross-cultural inquiry on moral values can help in generating an efficient dialogue among cultures. Thus, this research is aimed at analyzing reasons for the deterioration of moral values from the cross-cultural viewpoint. The participants of this study were nine public school teachers from China, Turkey, and USA. The open ended-questionnaires are focused on revealing respondents’ perceptions about the deterioration of moral values.
Citation Formats
P. O. Taneri, J. Gao, and R. Johnson, “Reasons for the Deterioration of Moral Values Cross Cultural Comparative Analysis,” presented at the WEI International Academic Conference on Education andHumanities at Harvard Faculty Club,(2016), Boston, USA, boston, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://www.westeastinstitute.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/P.-O.-Taneri-J.-Gao-R.-Johnson.pdf.