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L’influence des attentes sociales liées au sexe dans le jugement moral enfantin et l’attribution d’émotions

Abstract : This study has been carried among 5-to-10-year-old children and students to determine in a psychosocial perspective, the links between moral judgment and emotion. The subjects were asked to assess the importance and legitimacy of different transgressions, and to attribute emotion to the violators. Two factors were taken into consideration: the sexual identity of the target and the nature of the transgression (omission of prosocial act/antisocial act). The results showed significant effects according to age and sex. We note that the « happy victimizer » phenomenon is essentially present among students and that attribution of emotion is independent of moral judgment.
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Manuel Tostain, Joëlle Lebreuilly. L’influence des attentes sociales liées au sexe dans le jugement moral enfantin et l’attribution d’émotions. Psychologie et Education, AFPEN, 2004, pp.59-72. ⟨hal-01659533⟩

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