Changing Childhood Prejudice: The Caring Work of the Schools

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PREFACE
1.
"Desegregation Requires More than Buses and Maps," The Harvard Education Letter 10 ( 1994): 3.
2.
J. Braddock, R. Crain, and J. McPartland, "A Long-Term View of School Desegregation," Phi Delta Kappan 66 ( 1984): 4, 259-64.

INTRODUCTION
1.
J. Piaget, The Moral Judgment of the Child ( Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press, 1932, 1948), p. 122.
2.
L. Kohlberg, Essays on Moral Development, Vol. 1: Moral Stages and the Idea of Justice ( San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1981), pp. 123, 409-12; L. Kohlberg, C. Levine , and A. Hewer, Moral Stages: A Current Formulation and a Response to Critics ( New York: Karger, 1983). For critical reviews of Kohlberg's stages in education: S. Modgil and C. Modgil, Lawrence Kohlberg, Consensus and Controversy ( Philadelphia: Falmer Press, 1986); R. S. Peters, Moral Development and Moral Education ( London: Allen and Unwin, 1981); J. C. Gibbs, "Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development: A Constructive Critique," Harvard Educational Review 47 ( 1977): 1; J. C. Gibbs and K. F. Widamon , Social Intelligence: Measuring the Development of Socio-Moral Reflection ( Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1982); C. Bereiter, "Educational Implications of Kohlberg's Cognitive-Developmental View," Interchange 1 ( 1970): 25-32; E. V. Sullivan , Kohlberg's Structuralism: A Critical Appraisal ( Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 1977); C. Dykstra, "What Are People Like? An Alternative to Kohlberg's View," in Moral Development Foundations: Christian Alternatives to Piaget/Kohlberg, ed. D. M. Joy ( Nashville, Tenn.: Abingdon Press, 1983), pp. 153-62; K. Gow, Yes, Virginia, There Is a Right and Wrong! ( Toronto: John Wiley, 1980). For replies to these critics, see: L. Kohlberg, Essays on Moral Development. Vol. 2: The Psychology of Moral Development ( San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1985), pp. 320-85; Kohlberg, Essays, Vol. 1, pp. 183-89; A. Blasi, "Bridging Moral Cognition and Moral Action: A Critical Review of the Literature," Psychological Bulletin 88 ( 1980): 1-45; A. Blasi , "Moral Cognition and Moral Action: A Theoretical Perspective," Developmental Review 3 ( 1983): 178-210.
3.
C. Gilligan, In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women's Development ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1982). See also J. Attanucci , "In Whose Terms: A New Perspective on Self, Role and Relationship," in

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