Juicio Moral en Universitario de Lima

Psicogente 01/2009; 12(21):12-28.

ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to identify and compare the level of moral judgment of students,
classified by sex, age and faculty. The sample consisted of 301 male and female students in the
first cycle of a public university in Lima, whose ages ranged between 16 and 19 years. The instruments
used were a Sociomoral Reflection and a Personal Data Questionnaire. Data were
analyzed with the program SPSS 16.0 and the Anova and Scheffe tests. Corresponding to
the conventional level of moral judgment the students were mainly in stage 4. No significant
differences were found in relation to sex or faculty. Age, on the other hand, had a significant

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