Before the age of 5, a child can only understand very specific rules. He or she interprets yhem as rigid rules set by adults and thinks they cannot change.
Between the ages of 5 and 10, a child´s group of friends becomes very important. Through play, the child starts to understand that rules help organise relationships between people , and that they can sometimes change if everyone agrees.
From the age of 10, a child can create general rules that aren´t related to specific cases. At this age, he or she understand that rules are based on respect for people, and that they can vary depending on the circustances.
MORAL RELATIVISM states that there is no universal morality, because morality varies with the time and the place.