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Privacidad versus moralidad en el juicio sobre el aborto y el divorcio

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Author(s): Alfredo Gou00F1i | Eva Alejo | Inma Martinez de Icaia

Journal: Revista de Psicodidáctica
ISSN 1136-1034

Issue: 3;
Start page: 37;
Date: 1997;
Original page

ABSTRACT
Throughout a personal semistructured interview, the way of thinking of 96 people (15, 20 and 40 years old) has been explored about abortion and divorce, subjects which raise controversy and whose judgement generates discrepancy. The results from this research allow to reach the conclusion that the difficulties and differences in judgement are the outcome of the fact that these events are nor registrered in a prototypical and exclusive manner in the domain of privacy or in the domain of morality but rather do it in an ambigous and mixed way and this raises debate on where to place the deliming frontier between privacy and morality. On the other hand, the main differences in judgement do not appear associated either with age or with education or with the level of moral reasoning of the studied persons but with their religious beliefs.
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