2610_18 - 11/4/09 Moral Development Professor Mikels...

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11/4/09 1 Moral Development Professor Mikels 11.04.2009 2 Announcement Monday, 11/09: Exam #3 [12% of final grade] Chapters 8-10 & discussion materials [gender articles, “Tough Guise” study guide, spanking articles] Exam Study Guide is posted Exam review session in Friday sections No posting this week Writing assignment due 11/25 3 Snarey (1985): Reviewed 45 longitudinal and cross-sectional studies from 27 countries Support for Kohlberg Levels invariant: no level skipping Level 1 & Level 2: virtually universal Cultural bias? Level 3: extremely rare – especially in collectivist societies Postconventional reasoning: Western ideal of justice Collective solidarity missing Moral Development Kohlberg (1963)
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11/4/09 2 4 Gender bias? Kohlberg’s sample: only male participants Focus on moral reasoning? Moral emotions & behavior Moral Development Kohlberg (1963) 5 Moral Behavior Prosocial behavior : Actions that benefit other people - independent of intent Antisocial behavior
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