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    Does Care Reasoning Make a Difference? Relations Between Care, Justice and Dispositional Empathy.Soile Juujärvi, Liisa Myyry & Kaija Pesso - 2010 - Journal of Moral Education 39 (4):469-489.
    The aim of this study was to investigate relationships between care and justice reasoning, dispositional empathy variables and meta?ethical thinking among 128 students from a university of applied sciences. The measures were Skoe?s Ethic of Care Interview, the Defining Issues Test, Davis?s Interpersonal Reactivity Index and Meta?Ethical Questionnaire. The results showed that levels of care reasoning were positively related to the post?conventional schema and negatively related to the personal interest schema in justice reasoning. Age, meta?ethical thinking, the post?conventional schema and (...)
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    Online dilemma discussions as a method of enhancing moral reasoning among health and social care graduate students.Soile Juujärvi & Liisa Myyry - 2022 - International Journal of Ethics Education 7 (2):271-287.
    Dilemma discussions have been proven to be one of the most effective methods to enhance students’ moral reasoning in ethics education. Dilemma discussions are increasingly arranged online, but research on the topic has remained sparse, especially in the context of continuing professional education. The aim of the present paper was to develop a method of dilemma discussions for professional ethics. The method was based on asynchronous discussions in small groups. Health and social care students raised work-related dilemmas from their experiences (...)
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    Explorations in Reported Moral Behaviors, Values, and Moral Emotions in Four Countries.Liisa Myyry, Klaus Helkama, Mia Silfver-Kuhalampi, Kristina Petkova, Joaquim Pires Valentim & Kadi Liik - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    University students from Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, and Portugal were given a list of morally relevant behaviors, the Schwartz Value Survey and Tangney’s TOSCA, measuring empathic guilt, guilt over norm-breaking, and shame. A factor analysis of MRB yielded 4 dimensions: prosocial behaviors, interpersonal transgressions, antisocial behaviors and secret transgressions. Prosocial behaviors were predicted by self-transcendence–self-enhancement value contrast only while the three transgression categories were associated with both SET and openness to change–conservation contrast. Norm-breaking guilt was more strongly associated with behaviors than (...)
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