Piaget Stages of Moral Development

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What did Piaget believe about moral reasoning?
Our cognitive abilities and structures come first which then develop our moral reasoning.
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What are the two types of morality?
heteronomous and autonomous
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Summarise heteronomous morality
fixed rules with no change depending on situation, believes in punishment of results from actions
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Summarise autonomous morality
flexible rules that may change, believes punishment depends on individuals intention and their degree of misbheaviour
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Name the 5 rules for heteronomous morality
inflexible rules made by authority, rules are permanent, believes others view rule following ideas same, punishment depends on results of actions and misbehaviour will always be punished
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Name the 5 rules for autonomous morality
intentions more important than results of ones behaviour, times when its okay to break rules, people view what is right differently, punishment depends on intentions and degree of misbehaviour and bad outcomes not seen as punishments for misbehaviour
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