From all the aspects of personality formation, the moral attitude plays a central role, if not the priority. Why? Because this whole attitude guides all individual behaviour. Secondly, because this attitude or this type of behaviour is an indicator of its connection to moral and legal norms of the community where the person lives. Family is the primary education agent in transmitting the ideas, values and fundamental concepts of society to child, particularly through the roles played by parents in the family group and society. The family environment can be both a form of adaptation and integration of the child and a generating source of conflict, of situations, frustration and stress for him. Education weaknesses and deficiencies of have a special role in the a opearence of some forms of deficient or deviant behaviour. Being a main premise of moral behaviour, formation moral education in the family can not be reduced to a simple process of transmission the knowledge didacticist, abstract rules or principles. The necessity of training and developing feelings and sustainable beliefs, healthy habits, emphasizes the cognitive component, those affective, evaluative and behavioral. Near family, school is the most powerful social factor, is also the first instance of social stress and gateway to understanding and systematic learning of norms, values and rules of desirable behavior. The school establishes and develops systematic moral attitudes and beliefs formed in the family.
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