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Publication Date: 1993
R. Murray Thomas, Ann Diver-Stamnes
The Nature of the Study The Six Cases of Wrongdoing The People Who Furnished Opinions A Taxonomy of Rationales to Support Proposed Consequences Moral Values: Principles and Conditions Purposes and Causes Feasibility and Agents Group and Individual Comparisons Proposed Consequences Moral Principles and Conditions Affecting Their Application Purposes, Causes, Feasibility, and Agent Qualifications Gender Comparisons Individual Styles of Moral Reasoning Postscript An Overview, Applications, and Research Projects References IndexR. Murray Thomas is the author of 'What Wrongdoers Deserve: The Moral Reasoning Behind Responses to Misconduct (Contributions in Psychology)', published 1993 under ISBN 9780313286308 and ISBN 0313286302.
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