Ethics and the Computer: Children's Development of Moral Reasoning about Computer and Internet Use
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 25, Number 2, ISSN 0735-6331
Describes a study of third and fifth grade students that investigated moral dilemmas involving computer and Internet use. Significant differences were found between children's moral reasoning in everyday situations compared to those involving computer and Internet use, but gender differences were not consistently detected. (Author/LRW)
Burnam, B. & Kafai, Y.B. (2001). Ethics and the Computer: Children's Development of Moral Reasoning about Computer and Internet Use. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 25(2), 111.
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