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11/2/10 Many people in business, as well as in other areas of life, feel that morality is personal, that each person is entitled to his or her own moral views. This concept holds the same with respect to different countries and cultures. Each have their own view to what is moral and immoral. Is morality simply a matter of individual
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11/2/10 Levels of Moral Development Preconventional Level- Young and going through development; no sense of moral right or wrong. They react to punishment. EX: A toddler Next Level: Seeking a reward They learn what is right and what is wrong and the consequences to both They are just obeying rules; they do not know the because. Why? They do not have a sense of
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11/2/10 Conventional Level Conformity “Good Boy/ Nice Girl Morality” A person reacts to the expectations of parents or peers We conform to the norms learned at home, in school, or in church.
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course BIS BIS 219 taught by Professor Trentonw.gold during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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