When something is conventional, that means that most members of a community consider it acceptable or polite. People at the conventional level are motivated by society’s rules and expectations. They continue to accept the rules of authority figures but now believe that this will support positive relationships and order in society. Children — and even adults — at this level tend to follow rules without question, and they rarely ask whether a rule is fair.
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Camilla thinks at the conventional level of thinking, meaning that she will follow society’s guidelines and rules. Camilla would tell the stand owners that the person stole the food, because stealing is wrong and against society's rules. In the text it says, ”When something is conventional, that means that most members of a community consider it acceptable or polite.” This means that when someone uses the conventional level of thinking, it will have them “choose” the most polite and respectful option possible. This is even further supported with, “Tend to follow rules without question, and they rarely ask whether a rule is fair.” This part of the text says that when people at the conventional level of thinking are given a choice of following or not following rules, they will pick to follow them. In this case the “rule” is that stealing is not ok and Camilla would need to tell the stand owners about it.
Joe would tell the store owner so he knows that Joe can be trusted to not lie to him. This is important to Joe because he can tighten his relationship with the store owner. It is important to the owner because it allows him to
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