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A Study on the Effectiveness Education Based on Ethic of Care

  • Journal of Korean Hyo Studies
  • 2023, (38), pp.1-18
  • DOI : 10.34228/khyosa.2023.38.01
  • Publisher : The Korean Hyo Studies Association
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Received : November 30, 2023
  • Accepted : December 21, 2023
  • Published : December 31, 2023

Kim Soo Jin 1

1성산효대학원대학교

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ABSTRACT

Background: In our society, the perception of filial piety is facing many changes. The spirit and practice of filial piety is at a time when a new perspective on mutual relations and an alternative for concrete practice must be newly sought in consideration of the changes and trends of the times. The vertical relationship approach, which emphasizes respect for parents and examples for adults against the backdrop of the traditional Confucian society in the past, has limitations in applying it as it is in the rapidly changing social structure and climate in recent years. Therefore, I would like to discuss consideration ethics as an attempt to find the direction of filial piety education for the next generation. Consideration ethics is constructed from a new perspective that reflects women's experiences and characteristics by criticizing that existing ethics have male-centered prejudicial characteristics and emphasizes the mutual context of relationship, care, and empathy. Objective: This study aims to look at new alternatives to filial piety education in a relational context based on caring ethics based on mutual relationships, care, and empathy, away from the one-way filial piety of obedience that has been emphasized in traditional Confucian thought. Methodology/Approach: By examining the modern concept of filial piety and examining the possibility of filial piety education based on caring ethics, the possibility of concrete action plans for this was sought. Results/Conclusion: Noddings proposes moral education methods based on caring ethics divided into modeling, conversation, practice, and confirmation. As a result of examining specific applications in filial piety education, we examined ways to model filial piety practices at home and school and to share filial piety practices through SNS, open conversations about filial piety in caring relationships, experiences of mercy and altruism as a practice for others through volunteer participation, and confirmation of respecting and empathizing with other people's thoughts and opinions. Implications: It is time to think about education from a modern perspective in how to convey the spirit while maintaining the traditional idea of filial piety. Accordingly, it is hoped that more active research on practical filial piety education will continue in the future by reviewing the possibility of filial piety education based on caring ethics and suggesting specific action plans.

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