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A contemporary psychologist who developed a theory about how people deal with moral questions
Who was Lawrence Kohlberg?
gave them a dilemma to solve and how they solved it
How did Kohlberg decide what stage someone fell into?
younger children, delinquents, boys and girls from across the world
Who was involved in Kohlberg's 1963 and 1970 studies?
A woman is suffering from a rare form of cancer, and she needs a special drug that costs more money than her husband can afford, so her husband broke into the druggist's store to get the drug
What was the Heinz dilemma (short description)?
everyone has to go through these stages, can't move back or jump stages, but you can get "stuck" in stages
What are the stipulations for Kohlberg's six stages?
Yes, but only if they gain something from it
Do people in stage 2 occasionally do things helpful for others?
trying to be a good person to meet the expectations of others; peer pressure
What characterizes stage 3?
The world is viewed as holding different opinions, rights, and values, utilitarianism
What characterizes stage 5?
no need to follow rules you didn't have a say in, rules restrict freedom
What are some reasons for rebellion?
No, it is a vital and necessary part of growing from the dependence of childhood to the independence of adulthood
Is rebellion always bad?
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