The Structure of Moral Values

  • David Phillips
  • Stephen Harding
Part of the Studies in the Contemporary Values of Modern Society book series (SCVMS)


There is a difficulty in asking people direct questions about the kinds of attitudes or actions which may make them feel personally guilty or feel that they have ‘sinned’ or transgressed in some way. Ethical standards can be inferred, however, by obtaining respondents’ judgements towards behaviours about which there has been some diversity of moral opinion.


Moral Judgement Moral Outlook Morality Factor Justification Scale Legal Morality 
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© The European Value Systems Study Group 1985

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  • David Phillips
  • Stephen Harding

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