Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development Discussion
Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development Discussion
Deontology:___________________________________________________________________, Kantianism_____________________________________________________________________, virtue ethics____________________________________________________________________, compassion____________________________________________________________________, discernment____________________________________________________________________, trustworthiness_________________________________________________________________, integrity_______________________________________________________________________, and particularism________________________________________________________________.
1. What are focal virtues?___________________________________________________________
2. What are values?________________________________________________________________ How are they acquired and clarified?________________________________________________
3. Why is self-awareness important in professional nursing?________________________________
4. What is the difference between overt and covert values?_______________________________
5. Define these terms as they relate to nursing: autonomy_________________________________, informed consent_______________________________________________________________, paternalism_____________________________________________________________________ beneficence____________________________________________________________________ prevent harm___________________________________________________________________, remove evil or harm_____________________________________________________________, Nonmaleficence_________________________________________________________________, veracity, _______________________________________________________________________
use of material rules_____________________________________________________________,
6. How can moral distress impact nursing practice?_______________________________________
B. What You Should Know
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Week 1, Class 2: What you should know…
1. Where are values learned__________________________________________________?
2. How many levels are in Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development?________. Name and define them______________________________________________________________
3. How many stages are in the theory?_______ What are they called? _________________
4. What is an androgenic study? What is the significance of this topic to us?____________
5. What is the underlying premise for Gilligan’s study of the Psychological Development of Women?________________________________________________________________
6. How many phases are in Gilligan’s theory? _____What are they called?______________
7. What is Fowler’s definition of faith? __________________________________________
8. What are the stages of Fowler’s Theory of Faith Development?_____________________
9. Why should nurses be spiritually & culturally sensitive in their practice?______________
10. Define wholistic health care_________________________________________________
11. Define spiritual care_______________________________________________________
12. Define American individualism_______________________________________________
13. How can a nurse’s faith & spiritual health impact their practice?____________________
14. What is complementary medicine?___________________________________________
15. Name some cultural healthcare treatments____________________________________
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