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5 Matching questions

  1. What did Kohlberg believe moral development is based on
  2. What is Kohlberg's level one?
  3. What are the three domains examined regarding standards or right and wrong
  4. what is induction
  5. List 3 ethical orientations/world views (shweder)
  1. a 1. Thoughts
    2. Feelings
    3. Behaviours
  2. b 1. ethic of autonomy - dominant in western cultures
    2. ethic of community - communes, no individual stand
    3. ethic of divinity - morality is mainly derived from religious prescriptions
  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 reason and explanation of consequences
  5. e moral reasoning

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. need more than one way to assess
    2. hypothetical dilemmas posed in Kohlberg's stories do not match the moral dilemmas many face in their every day life
    3. interpersonal relationships concerned adolescents more than anything else
  2. best understood by considering a combination of social an cognitive factors, especially those involving self-control - emphasizes self-regulation rather than abstract reasoning as key to positive moral development
  3. people don't usually engage in harmful conduct until they have justified the morality of their actions to themselves
  4. 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. Im going to leave you if you continue to do that

5 True/False questions

  1. what are kohlberg's critics?1. moral thought and moral behavior
    2. assessment of moral reasoning
    3. culture
    4. gender and the care perspective
    5. behaviour

          

  2. what is cognitive moral educationteaching students about appropriate and inappropriate behaviour

          

  3. what is kohlberg's stage 2morality of universal ethical principles - people do what they as individuals think is right regardless of legal restrictions or the opinions of others - what is good for all people

          

  4. what is kohlberg's stage 6morality of universal ethical principles - people do what they as individuals think is right regardless of legal restrictions or the opinions of others - what is good for all people

          

  5. what is hidden curriculumreason and explanation of consequences