Beginnings Of Conscience (1957)
Traces the social conscience of an adult back to his socialization as a child, explaining that the conscience which he gradually develops in childhood through experience with such social sanctions as force, exclusion, and ridicule, later functions almost automatically in adulthood to make him a social being.
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