Complete the Six Stages of Kohlberg

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Read the following scenario:

A female adolescent's parents place a low priority on the value of an education. In fact, they prefer that she care for younger siblings instead of studying or completing a high school education. It is March. The student has told her parents that she has in-school suspension for the rest of the school year in order to have time to study as she dreams of attending college one day.

Complete the "Six Stages of Kohlberg" matrix provided.

Ensure that your rationale for each stage is adequately discussed.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing and a title page is expected.

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This assignment meets the following CACREP Standard: 2.F.3.a. Theories of individual and family development across the lifespan.

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Running head: THE SIX STAGES OF KOHLBERG

The Six Stages of Kohlberg
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THE SIX STAGES OF KOHLBERG

The Six Stages of Kohlberg
Scenario:
A female adolescent's parents place a low priority on the value of an education. In fact, they
prefer that she care for younger siblings instead of studying or completing a high school
education. It is March. The student has told her parents that she has in-school suspension for the
rest of the school year in order to have time to study as she dreams of attending college one day.
Directions: Read the scenario listed above. Complete all sections of the matrix provided below,
based on the six stages of Kohlberg. Use examples from the provided scenario in your response.
Use complete sentences and include proper citations for any sources used.

Level 1: Preconventional Morality

Stage 1:
Obedience and
Punishment
Orientation

Stage 2:
Instrumental
Relativist
Orientation

Affirmative (Right
Decision)

Negative (Wrong
Decision)

The student may use
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