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Moral Reasoning

  • By: Brenda Light Bredemeier & David Light Shields
  • In: Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Edited by: Robert C. Eklund & Gershon Tenenbaum
  • Subject:Sport & Exercise Psychology, Health Psychology / Behavioral Medicine

Moral reasoning is focused on what, from a moral standpoint, a person should do in a given situation. Moral reasoning addresses issues of right and wrong, good and bad, virtue and vice. Moral reasoning seeks to answer these questions: What ought to be done? What is the right thing ...

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