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Said differently, while there are a number of readily available scholarly research articles that seek to define and provide a greater analysis regarding voice behavior, it remains ambiguous concerning the impact of an individual's cognitive moral development stages on employee's voice behavior within an organization.
The Defining Issues Test (DIT), which is based on Kohlberg's cognitive moral development theory, was used as the instrument of assessment of their moral reasoning.
Everett, Thorne and Danehower (1996) found that level of cognitive moral development (DIT) is correlated with positive attitudes towards women executives.
James Rest's (1979) theory of cognitive moral development recognizes Kohlberg's developmental levels as more akin to schemata than to stages.
Accordingly, people make different decisions in similar ethical situations because they are at different stages of cognitive moral development.
A comparison of cognitive moral development of accounting students at a Catholic University with secular university accounting students.
Solutions to this influence are an IT firm may need to employ individuals who share the firm's core values, to hire those with low-Machas, and to include those with higher stages of cognitive moral development in the firm's hierarchy.
According to cognitive moral development theory (Colby & Kohlberg, 1984), from which the construct of moral reasoning originated, individuals progress serially through stages of moral judgment or reasoning ability.
Cognitive moral development and Japanese procurement executives: Implications for industrial marketers.
According to Kohlberg, human beings achieve different levels of cognitive moral development, which he described as preconventional, conventional, and post-conventional.
Finally, the encyclopedia contains a wealth of information for practical application at classroom, school, and diocesan levels--entries on mentoring, pre-service teacher preparation, staff development, media literacy, technology integration, multiple intelligence theory, cognitive moral development, bilingual education, and curriculum development, among many others.
As Gibbs (2003) declared, "Kohlberg almost single-handedly innovated the field of cognitive moral development in American psychology" (p.
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