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Moral Development Theory

Prof Coun 745
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Kristen Raschka

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of Moral Development Theory

Moral Development
Theory Moral Development:
A Historical Overview Class Activity Side by side comparison Gilligan Theory Kohlberg theory Amanda & Kristen
Prof. Coun. 745 Kohlberg
Gilligan Please get into groups of 3 or 4
Read the scenario
Discuss as a group
Prepare to discuss with the class Psychology & moral philosophy
Moral judgement
History of theory
Six-stage sequence Kohlberg
Moral reasoning develops in set stages
Development and rationale similar for men and women
Change in moral reasoning based on changes in cognitive process Kohlberg in Harry Potter Critique of Theories and Future Directions Kohlberg
Giligan Kohlberg's six stages Two stages per level
Level one (pre-conventional)
Level two (conventional)
Level three (post-conventional) Back in groups of 2-3
Watch the clip
Identify stages within each character Stage Goal Level I: Orientation to Individual Survival Individual needs fulfilled and survival Level II:Goodness as Self-Sacrifice There is goodness in thinking about others' well being Level III: The Morality of Nonviolence Adherence to the belief of avoiding hurt Transition 1: From Selfishness to Responsibility Transition 2: From Goodness to Truth Level I: Orientation
to the Self Level II: Goodness
to Self-Sacrifice Level III: The Morality
of Nonviolence Transition 1: Selfishness
to Responsibility Transition 2: From
Goodness to Truth Student Affairs Application Kohlberg:
Encourage development
Discussions of moral dilemmas in academic courses Gilligan
Moral reasoning stages unclear
Development and rationale different for men and women
Change in moral reasoning based on changes in relational thinking Gilligan:
Care is used on a daily basis
Where else do you see these theories?
Residence Life example
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