Caring across Boundaries versus Keeping Boundaries Intact: Links between Moral Values and Interpersonal Orientations

@inproceedings{Niemi2013CaringAB,
  title={Caring across Boundaries versus Keeping Boundaries Intact: Links between Moral Values and Interpersonal Orientations},
  author={Laura Niemi and Liane Young},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Prior work has established robust diversity in the extent to which different moral values are endorsed. Some people focus on values related to caring and fairness, whereas others assign additional moral weight to ingroup loyalty, respect for authority and established hierarchies, and purity concerns. Five studies explore associations between endorsement of distinct moral values and a suite of interpersonal orientations: Machiavellianism, prosocial resource distribution, Social Dominance… CONTINUE READING

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