Emotion.Morality

Emotion.Morality - Morality,Values,andReligion Behavior...

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Morality, Values, and Religion §   Domains of Moral Development §   Contexts of Moral Development  §   Prosocial and Antisocial  Behavior
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What Is Moral Development? Changes in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors  regarding standards of right and wrong An  intrapersonal  dimension:  regulates activities An  interpersonal  dimension:  regulates social  interactions and arbitrates conflict Domains of Moral Development
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Piaget’s Theory of Moral Development Domains of Moral Development Heteronymous morality Autonomous morality Immanent justice Justice and rules are conceived of as unchangeable properties of the world, removed from the control of people (4-7 years) Becomes aware that rules and laws are created by people; in judging an action, one should consider actor’s intentions as well as consequences (10 years and older) If a rule is broken, punishment will be meted out immediately
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Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development Moral reasoning unfolds in universal stages: Moral thoughts constructed as one passes through  childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. 3 levels and two stages in each. Domains of Moral Development
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The Kohlberg Stages Preconventional Reasoning : Good or bad based on external rewards and punishment Stage 1.    Heteronomous morality   –(Punishment) Stage 2.    Individualism, instrumental purpose, and  exchange  (Equal exchange) _______________________________________________________________ ___ Conventional Reasoning : Individuals abide by others standards. Stage 3.    Mutual interpersonal expectations,  relationships, and interpersonal conformity - (trust,  caring, and loyalty) Domains of Moral Development
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The Kohlberg Stages Postconventional reasoning : Individuals recognize alternative moral courses, explore options, and decide 
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