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Jermain ♛ Jermain ♛
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During Kohlberg's stage of preconventional moral realism, a child is likely to believe that
   A) a person's intentions are really what matters, rather than results.
   B) hitting two children deserves a stronger punishment than hitting one child.
   C) misbehaving in school always merits punishment of some severe form.
   D) punishment is rarely justified even though the behavior was undesirable.
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ThePsychicThePsychic
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B) During the stage of moral realism, children believe that rules are absolute and that punishment should be determined by the severity of the damage rather than by circumstance. Hitting two children would, therefore, deserve a stronger punishment than hitting one child.
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