Research Team Discuss Preliminary Findings on Developing Phronesis

Research Fellow David Pollard has published a paper as part of the Jubilee Centre’s Insight Series  that describes preliminary findings for the development of phronesis through adolescence and early adulthood. The analysis described in the paper uses the phronesis model developed by the Jubilee Centre to investigate how the different components of phronesis develop in different age groups. Results demonstrate the utility of the model as a tool for investigating differences in phronesis between groups, as well as the possibility of different developmental trajectories for different components of phronesis.  To find out more, click here

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