2610_17 - 11/2/09 Moral Development Professor Mikels...

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11/2/09 1 1 Moral Development Professor Mikels 11.02.2009 2 Announcement Exam #3: Monday, 11/09 Chapters 8-10 & discussion materials [“Tough Guise” Study Guide posted on Blackboard] Exam Study Guide – will be posted by tomorrow night Exam review session Friday No posting this week Writing assignment due 11/25 3 Morality Constructed from interactions between an individual and social situations Basic principles Distinguishing right from wrong Acting on this distinction Pride – virtue; guilt or shame – violation Immanent justice : violations of social rules will be punished
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11/2/09 2 4 Moral versus Conventional Rules Elliot Turiel (1983) Social-conventional rules : standards based on customs or rules – not applicable in all situations Determined by social consensus Moral rules : standards of fairness and justice – applicable over a variety of situations E.g., basic human rights 5 Moral/Convention Clip 6 Moral versus Conventional Rules Elliot Turiel (1983) Video: Katie – age 4 Distinguishes between moral and social-
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