Nov 2, Fundamental concepts about culture and family dynamics should be understood by providers so they may best address how the unique family experience of an individual patient affects decision-making, compliance, and successful treatment outcomes.
Instrumental Relativist Orientation Level Two: Law and Order Orientation Level Three: Social Contract Orientation Stage 6: Universal Ethical Principle Orientation Stage 3: There is much conformity to stereotypical images of what is majority or 'natural' behaviour.
Behavior is frequently judged by intention. One earns approval by being 'nice. The concern is "What will people think of me? Right action is one that would please or impress others. This often involves self-sacrifice but it provides the psychological pleasure of 'approval of others.
Possible Stage 3 responses to Heinz Dilemma: Yes, Heinz should steal the drug.
He probably will go to jail for a short time for stealing but his in-laws will think he is a good husband. Brown, the police officer should report that he saw Heinz behaving suspiciously and running away from the laboratory because his boss would be pleased.
The judge should not sentence Heinz to jail for stealing the drug because he meant well Opposite responses could be given at each stage or different reasons could be given for the same response. Inadequacy of Stage 3 reasoning: Same person, different roles OR Different groups, different expectations What should Heinz do if he is in the same Medical Association as the doctor scientist?
Family members will think he is a good husband if he stole the drug but he may not be able to face any member of the Association again. If he does not steal, his family members will think he is heartless.
How can Heinz resolve these conflicting expectations? Another example of "different groups, different expectations" would be a teenager struggling with the expectations of his peer group and those of his parents.
From which group does he seek approval? Different people, different roles As a good husband, Heinz should steal the drug to cure his wife. But Brown, the police officer who saw Heinz behaving suspiciously and running away from the laboratory, also has a role to play.
Does not that role demand that he report what he saw?• Encouragement from teachers is linked to a favorable self-image as well. • When support from adults or peers is conditional (withheld unless meet very high standards), teens tend to engage in “false”or “phony”behaviors to protect themselves from disapproval.
Despite the situation at hand, when conflicted with the inner struggle between loyalty to self versus conformity, people lose traces of their humanity and self-identity, so holding on to their own values and beliefs show true character, sugarless of the situation.
Start studying Introduction to Individuality and Conformity: "Initiation". Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Kohlberg's Level Two - Conventional Morality There is much conformity to stereotypical images of what is majority or 'natural' behaviour.
Behavior is frequently judged by intention. 'He means well' becomes important for the first time. One's obligation to the law overrides one's obligations of loyalty to one's family, friends and groups. Obedience vs Conformity Difference between obedience and conformity is a significant topic as obedience and conformity are common social behavior.
Man . Truth vs. Loyalty: Truth, for most people, is conformity with facts or reality. Loyalty involves allegiance to a person, corporation or body of people, a government, or set of ideas to which one owes fidelity.