PREMORAL MORAL REALISM MORAL RECIPROCITYKohlberg (1969, 1985) refined and expanded on Piaget’s theory, proposing that people go through six stages of moral development. PRECONVENTIONAL MORALITY, STAGE 1 PRECONVENTIONAL MORALITY, STAGE 2 CONVENTIONAL MORALITY, STAGE 3 CONVENTIONAL MORALITY, STAGE 4 POSTCONVENTIONAL MORALITY, STAGE 5 POSTCONVENTIONAL MORALITY, STAGE 6Check out this video on Kohlberg’s famous moral dilemma: Now watch this video to see how different aged children reason: Social Conventions Social conventions include rules of etiquette such as table manners, forms of greeting and address, and dress codes. Studies have found that from a young age – around three years old – children can differentiate between morality and social conventions (Turiel, 2006). Cross-cultural studies have shown that from the age of three, children consistently see moral violations as harming others, and social convention violations as disruptive or impolite; furthermore, social conventions are seen as relative while moral rules do not change across cultures (Helwig, 2006; Turiel, 2006; Wainryb, 2006).]]>
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