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  1. what is kohlberg's stage 1
  2. What is Kohlberg's level one?
  3. what is justice perspective
  4. what is kohlbert's stage 4
  5. what are kohlberg's critics?
  1. a part of level I - orientation towards punishment and obedience - obey the rules to avoid punishment - no grip on intention - ignore the motives of an act and focus on physical form
  2. b Kohlberg - focuses on the rights of the individual; individuals stand alone and independently make moral decisions
  3. c Preconventional reasoning - NO internalization - ages 4-9; emphasis on external control - standards are those of others and are observed to avoid punishment or reap rewards
  4. d 1. moral thought and moral behavior
    2. assessment of moral reasoning
    3. culture
    4. gender and the care perspective
    5. behaviour
  5. e part of level II - social systems, social concern and conscience. What if everybody did it? - concerned with doing their duty, showing respect for higher authority and maintaining the social order - consider an act wrong regardless of motive or circumstances - social contract

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. part of level III - morality of contract of individual rights and of democratically accepted law - think in rational terms valuing the will of the majority and the welfare of society - may be an exception to the rule - reason that individual values, rights and principles transcend the law
  2. 1. modelling
    2. cognitive conflict
    3. peer relations
    4. role-taking opportunities
  3. reason and explanation of consequences
  4. 1. relationships and concern for others are not adequately reflected (Gilligan)
    2. most research using kohlberg stories and scoring system do not find sex differences
    3. Female "care perspective" and males "justice perspective" are not mutually exclusive
  5. service learning

5 True/False questions

  1. What is the social cognitive theory of moral developmentservice learning


  2. What did Kohlberg believe moral development is based onmoral reasoning


  3. what is power assertionspanking threatening removing privileges


  4. what is service learningget students to do service in community


  5. What is one of the best ways to build moral development?emphasizes a distinction between adolescents' moral competence (the ability to produce moral behaviour) and moral performance (those behaviours in specific situations)