International Journal of Home Science
2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 3, PART E
To study the impact of regional difference (RD) and sex-difference (SD) on the adolescent’s efficacy of severe punishment (ESP)
Author(s): Dr. Ranjana Gupta
Generally the term moral judgement refers to action as ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ with reference to certain moral standard. It is a synthesis of three with new gestalt characteristics of activity, free will and realistic idealism. Ronald C.Johnson (1962) described the five areas of moral judgement i.e. Immanent Justice, Moral Realism, Retribution Vs Restitution, Communicable responsibility and efficacy of severe punishment. The researcher wants to judge that the severe punishment would be more efficient or not. This is a comparative study, comparison between boys and girls and eastern & western region of Uttar Pradesh. The study reveals that adolescent girls of both region Eastern & Western part of U.P. have more efficacy of severe punishment in comparison to the boys of both the region. While eastern U.P. boys have comparatively more efficacy of severe punishment in comparison to the boys residing in Western part. Whereas the Western U.P. girls possess more this type of moral judgement in comparison to Eastern U.P. Girls.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Ranjana Gupta. To study the impact of regional difference (RD) and sex-difference (SD) on the adolescent’s efficacy of severe punishment (ESP). International Journal of Home Science. 2017; 3(3): 280-281.