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Most Downloaded Articles
- Sports Build Character?! by Doty, Joseph
- Digital Identity: How Social Media Is Influencing Student Learning and Development in College by Dalton, Jon C. and Crosby, Pamela C.
- Leadership Education as Character Development: Best Practices from 21 Years of Helping Graduates Live Purposeful Lives by Barch, Jon C./ Harris, Rachel and Bonsall, David L.
- Does Online Social Media Lead to Social Connection or Social Disconnection? by Twenge, Jean M.
- The Impact of Social Media on College Students by Mastrodicasa, Jeanna and Metellus, Paul
Moral Reflection and Social Action
Citation Information: Journal of College and Character. Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1940-1639, DOI: 10.2202/1940-1639.1542, May 2006
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As several articles in this issue of the JCC suggest, encouragingmoral and ethical development in college students almost always leads them to questions about social justice and responsibility. As Sharon Parks (Big Questions, Worthy Dreams, 2000) argues, one of the paradoxes of the inward journey is that moral introspection usually leads young people to connections with other people and their problems and concerns. The development of conscience focuses inward but leads outward.