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Moral development
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Reward Allocation and Personal Entitlement: Equity or Equality - Women tend to pay themselves less than men do when dividing rewards between themselves and others - Women report as much satisfaction with their jobs as men do – despite the fact that they tend to hold jobs that are lower in status and more poorly paid than men’s - Women’s standards of what is fair pay for themselves are lower than those of men.
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Moral development as moral reasoning Freud – superego Piaget – 1965 equity, which involves taking into account the personal circumstances of each individual was more useful and advanced form of justice than equality. Kohlberg – Moral development model Gilligan – Moral development model
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Kohlberg's classification can be outlined in the following manner : Pre-conventional 1 Obedience and Punishment 2 Instrumental hedonism -Individualism, Instrumentalism, and Exchange Conventional 3 "Good boy/girl" – Interpersonal concordance 4 Law and Order Post-conventional 5 Social Contract 6 Principled Conscience – Universal moral principals.
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Carol Gilligan - 1982 In a Different Voice
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