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  1. Jul 23, 2018 · The sociology of morality, a perspective that seeks to explore moral phenomena in their relation to the social and cultural contexts, is a recently ‘rediscovered’ field of studies ( McCaffree, 2016) – over the past few years, considerable efforts have been made for its re-institutionalization, which includes, most importantly, publishing a coupl...

    • Andrey Bykov
    • 2019
  2. Jan 1, 2010 · Weber, Simmel, Durkheim, and Marx all viewed morality as a social phenomenon, accessible to empirical sociological or historical investigation; however, each conceived of the social in fundamentally different terms, and so each had a different object in view when they set out to investigate moral phenomena, and took different methodological rout...

    • Christopher Powell
    • 2010
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  4. definition, public morality is the set of standards prescribing right conduct within social-cultural organization. It is the morality exemplified by the system of social roles that makes up social-cultural organization. Thus, in so far as one can define systems of social roles, public morality is present as the standards prescribed by these roles.

  5. Jan 18, 2019 · Morality indicates what is the “right” and “wrong” way to behave, for instance, that one should be fair and not unfair to others ( Haidt & Kesebir, 2010 ). This is considered of interest to explain the social behavior of individuals living together in groups ( Gert, 1988 ).

    • Naomi Ellemers, Jojanneke van der Toorn, Jojanneke van der Toorn, Yavor Paunov, Thed van Leeuwen
    • 2019
  6. Nov 13, 2018 · DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780199756384-0182 Introduction Values have been an important topic of sociological research for over a century. The classical sociologists considered values to be key elements of human groups and societies.

  7. Sociology and Morality 61 as mere reactions to events or situations (Shilling and Mellor 2001: 79). With the systematic development of rational capitalism, the motives of value-rational action, which were promoted by the Calvinist conception of the calling and the Protestant work ethic, were eventually emptied of ethical content.

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