On the Goal of Social Responsibility Cultivation from the Psychology of Responsibility

Chun SU, Lan SU

Abstract


The goal of individual social responsibility cultivation shall conform to the physical and mental developments of people in the modern society while the goal establishment shall also accord with the laws of responsibility psychology. The psychological quality of responsibility is an intrinsic psychological structure and the responsibility itself is a mental process. The psychology of responsibility development reveals a gradual advancement of individual social responsibility, in the process of which key elements move, change, and develop to form a relatively stable social responsibility. Therefore, the goal establishment of individual social responsibility cultivation shall as well follow the laws of responsibility psychology.


Keywords


Responsibility; Social responsibility; psychological quality; mental process

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11865

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