Ethics in Criminal Justice

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Engaging in lawbreaking behavior to achieve a reputation or gain status among peers would be most consistent with which of the following stages of moral development, according to Kohlberg's model?

A. Punishment/Obedience
B. Law and Order
C. Social Contract
D. Interpersonal Expectations and Conformity.

This one is hard for me. My guess is A.

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    After reading it again, I think it may be C now.

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    How about D? Check your book.

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