Explains the four basic categories (intuitive, heteronomous, expedient, and altruistic) into which the cognitive styles used in making moral judgements are divided. Children are interviewed and their responses are labelled with one of these categories. Includes discussion of the implications of the postulated categories. A second level course in Educational Studies introduced by Norman Williams.
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