Moral Development Is The Conventional Morality Essay

862 Words Dec 13th, 2016 4 Pages
According to Kohlberg’s tevel 2 of Moral Development,is the Conventional morality:
“At the conventional level (most adolescents and adults), we begin to internalize the moral standards of valued adult role models. Authority is internalized but not questioned and reasoning is based on the norms of the group to which the person belongs” (Kohlberg, 2011).
This level also consists of two stages, the good interpersonal relationships and maintaining the social order. In the good interpersonal relationships’ stage, the morality of an action simply depends heavily on peer approval. In other words, the child is good in order to be seen as being a good person by others. In the same manners, maintaining the social order is related to the approval of others. Determining how moral an action is truly depends on how well it fits into society’s rules. Alice is unthinkingly curious. We learn this about her in the first chapter of Wonderland. She goes down the rabbit hole and "never once considering how in the world she was to get out again" (Wonderland 1.4). She doesn 't have any particular reason for the things she does, except that she wants to find out more about the world around her. She also doesn 't have any plan for dealing with the consequences of leaping or eating or opening a door. Judgement of impractical and practical. Alice is a wealthy individual unlike Hugo from the Invention of Hugo Cabret. Throughout the novel it is evident that Hugo doesn’t want to be a thief, but he…

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