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L'évaluation morale : le bien, le mal et la gravité : définition; mesure

Abstract : Traditional gravity scales are questioned in their metric aspects, conceptual validity, and content validity. Measurement of seriousness is included in the larger context of moral evaluation by means of structural measures. two different cognitive structures arise : "the good" (a radex), and "the evil" (a duplex". once the measurement has been defined as a global experimental process with several stages, each stage is being studied : items' choice (form, and content), data collection's choice (five data collections), data elaboration (different metric postulates), and model of measurement (mds). proceeding cognitive structures gather various elements studied in the literature from three fields : scaling of seriousness (criminology), psychological studies of moral judgment and morality, and studies of values. strength and weakness of each measure (seriousness scaling and structural measurement) are studied; structural measure deriving from a student sample is generalized to an adult sample; temporal stability is established.
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Jocelyne Tournois. L'évaluation morale : le bien, le mal et la gravité : définition; mesure. Philosophie. Université Nancy 2, 1990. Français. ⟨NNT : 1990NAN21018⟩. ⟨tel-01776821⟩



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