Morality as a Conceptual Framework: What’s At Stake
Save the date: 2023-10-20
Our SDTIC Fall 2023 meeting will be led by Melanie Killen and Audun Dahl, on the topic of how to define morality. See below for a full description of the event and some optional readings.

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Date: Friday, October 20th, 2023
Time: 8am - 9:30am Pacific / 11am - 12:30pm Eastern / 6pm - 7:30pm GMT+3

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Morality as a Conceptual Framework: What’s At Stake
Melanie Killen (University of Maryland) and Audun Dahl (Cornell University)
Questions about whether and how to define morality provoked interest at the last SDT preconference in Salt Lake City. To give the questions the time and attention they deserve, we are holding an SDTIC meeting to address them. To start the conversation, we will present our perspectives on whether and how to define morality. The crux of the meeting will be to provide time for everyone to join the conversation with questions, comments, and additional arguments.

Full description of the meeting here:
Background readings (optional)
Dahl, A. (in press). What we do when we define morality (and why we need to do it). Psychological Inquiry.  [PDF]

Killen, M., & Dahl, A. (2021). Moral reasoning enables developmental and societal changes. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 16(6), 1209-1225.  [PDF]

Smetana, J.G., & Yoo, H.N. (2023). Development and variations in moral and social-conventional judgments: A social domain theory approach. In M. Killen & J.G. Smetana (Eds), Handbook of moral development (pp. 19-36). Routledge.

Turiel, E., Chung, E., & Carr, J. A. (2016). Struggles for equal rights and social justice as unrepresented and represented in psychological research. In Advances in child development and behavior (Vol. 50, pp. 1–29). Elsevier.  [PDF]
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