This paper proposes a multilevel and multimodal approach to researching the topic: Moral judgment in group formation. First, a social psychology model of moral judgment and group formation is presented. Second, constant comparative analysis is used as a means of analytical generalisation to build a multilevel and multimodal research framework. Despite recent support in the social psychology literature for this type of research, little has been written about how to determine valid levels of analysis and relevant modalities.
|Keywords:||Moral Judgment, Affective Valence, Cognitive Intuitionist, Group Formation, Multimodalities, Multilevel, Social Psychology|
Senior Lecturer, School of Business, University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, ACT, Australia
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