Surveying the Moral Landscape

@article{JanoffBulman2013SurveyingTM,
  title={Surveying the Moral Landscape},
  author={Ronnie Janoff-Bulman and Nate C Carnes},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={219 - 236}
}
We present a new six-cell Model of Moral Motives that applies a fundamental motivational distinction in psychology to the moral domain. In addition to moral motives focused on the self or another, we propose two group-based moralities, both communal in orientation, but reflecting distinct moral motives (Social Order/Communal Solidarity vs. Social Justice/Communal Responsibility) as well as differences in construals of group entitativity. The two group-based moralities have implications for… 

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