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131.Explain the differences between the moral, conventional, and personal domains, and provide an example to illustrate these differences.
Use the following information for items 132-134.
You’re a teacher, and you’re in an informal conversation with a group of students in your room. The kids are comfortable with you and are very open about their behaviors in their classes. The discussion happens to turn to the issue of cheating.
“I have to admit that I cheat in there,” Leroy admits, in reference to Mrs. Cosby’s class. “Everybody is doing it.”
“So do I,” Tanya shrugs. “Cosby is always grading papers or something when we have tests. We could cheat right under her nose, and she’d never catch us.”
“I don’t,” Antonio says. “When Mrs. Cosby talked to us about rules at the beginning of the year, she had us help her with our rules for the class, and we agreed that we would be honest and never cheat.”
“I don’t either,” Jasmine adds. “‘Behave honestly at all times’ is on our list of rules.”
The discussion continued.
132. Which student (or students) best illustrates Piaget’s description of external morality? Explain.
133.Which student (or students) best illustrates Piaget’s description of autonomous morality? Explain.
134.Identify Kohlberg’s stage of moral reasoning for each of the students in the vignette. Explain.
135.Describe Gilligan’s primary criticism of Kohlberg’s work, and offer an example to illustrate the criticism.
136.Explain how emotions relate to moral development, and provide an example to illustrate your explanation.
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