Moral values contribute to the development of self-concept, whichentails a definite character during adolescence stage. As theadolescents become older, they learn that rules of the instructorscan be violated (Dolgin,2011). Self-description enables one to choose a careerbased on the upheld principles. Adolescents who love correctingothers and aiding the friends during problems are shaped by theirmorals to pursue careers such social work. Self-concept is alsoattributed to how one relates to nature. Individuals who adore cleanenvironment may be disturbed by any actions of pollution. On theother hand, many youths who are aggressive, prefer activities such aspaying to watch a boxing event. As described by Piaget, Kohlberg adGilligan, social relationship and the environment influence thedecisions made by growing children (Dolgin,2011).
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