Does Moral Reasoning Represent Sociomoral Structure or Political Ideology? a Further Exploration of the Relations between Moral Reasoning, Political Attitudes, Consistency of Moral Thought, and the Evaluation of Human Rights in Dutch Young Adults

@inproceedings{Raaijmakers2006DoesMR,
  title={Does Moral Reasoning Represent Sociomoral Structure or Political Ideology? a Further Exploration of the Relations between Moral Reasoning, Political Attitudes, Consistency of Moral Thought, and the Evaluation of Human Rights in Dutch Young Adults},
  author={Quinten A. W. Raaijmakers and Anne van Hoof},
  year={2006}
}
The relationships between moral reasoning and political attitudes were examined in a representative sample of 2,520 Dutch adolescents and young adults. This study was repeated for a second, select sample of 210 Dutch university students. In the latter study both moral reasoning and political attitudes were related to the evaluation of the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Moral reasoning was measured using the N2 index of the Defining Issues Test (Rest, 1979a… CONTINUE READING