3月10日下午，文化讲堂（158）Alvin Dueck:Cultural Psychology of Moral Development
标题：Cultural Psychology of Moral Development
Ph.D. (Stanford University, 1978); Major: Psychology/Education. Dr. Alvin Dueck is the Distinguished Professor of the Cultural Psychologies at Fuller School of Psychology. He is engaged in research on the role of religion in therapy, cultural psychology of religion, and conflict resolution between Christians and Muslims. He is a licensed psychologist with a long history of teaching. He presented the Integration Lectures at Fuller in 1986, which have since been published in a book entitled Between Jerusalem and Athens: Ethical Perspectives on Culture, Religion and Psychotherapy. Released in 2009 is a book written with Dr. Kevin Reimer, A Peaceable Psychology.
This presentation will focus on cultural differences between east and west in terms of psychology and morality. It will begin with an outline of Cultural Psychology which will be followed by a description of an approach to moral development by Lawrence Kohlberg. He outlines six stages from immature to mature moral reasoning. Kohlberg proposes that his approach is universal. I will test that claim by reviewing research on the psychology of morality in China. The research suggests that while there is some similarity across cultures, there are radical differences. The presentation will explore reasons for these differences.
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