CIGÁN, Jakub, Martin KANOVSKÝ, Jan HORSKÝ, Justin Emory LANE a Michaela PORUBANOVÁ. Five moral foundations as nonmoral residuals. An alternative model for MFQ. In Future Directions on the Evolution of Rituals, Beliefs, and Religious Minds. 2018.
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Originální název Five moral foundations as nonmoral residuals. An alternative model for MFQ
Autoři CIGÁN, Jakub, Martin KANOVSKÝ, Jan HORSKÝ, Justin Emory LANE a Michaela PORUBANOVÁ.
Vydání Future Directions on the Evolution of Rituals, Beliefs, and Religious Minds, 2018.
Další údaje
Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Prezentace na konferencích
Obor 60304 Religious studies
Stát vydavatele Česká republika
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
Organizační jednotka Filozofická fakulta
Klíčová slova česky teorie morálních základů, MFT, dotazník morálních základů, MFQ, morálka, psychologie morálky
Klíčová slova anglicky moral foundations theory, MFT, moral foundations questionnaire, MFQ, morality, moral psychology
Příznaky Mezinárodní význam, Recenzováno
Změnil Změnil: Mgr. Jakub Cigán, Ph.D., učo 165684. Změněno: 16. 1. 2019 09:00.
Anotace
Haidt and Joseph’s Moral Foundations Theory (MFT) is one of the most influential theory of morality using the Moral Foundation Questionnaire (MFQ) to map differences in human morality across the cultures and within societies. The theory assumes five module-like moral domains developed in human evolutionary history upon which are culturally different moralities built: harm/care, fairness/reciprocity, ingroup/loyalty, authority/respect, and purity/sanctity. These domains are embedded in two broad areas of Individualizing and Binding morality. In the former it is an individual at a center of harming and unfair treatment and in the latter, it is the community binding people into mutual relationships under domains of loyalty, authority, and purity in the spotlight. MFQ was mostly used to shed a light on a link between morality and political ideology, but its use is much more diverse including religion. However, in the studies using MFQ, there is usually a poor fit between the five moral domains model and the data indicated by low CFI and TLI indices favoring null model over the five-factor model with five distinct moral domains. The crucial question is why are these indices so low and how to explain this fact? We hypothesized that five-factor model does not correspond the way people think about the moral issues as captured by MFQ. Thus, we tested enhanced and more suitable alternative model based on recent development in the factorial statistics, namely two-tier model and employed more efficient measures of internal reliability (Omega Index, Hierarchical Omega Index and Explained Common Variance). A two-tier model achieved better results than a previously employed five-factor model. Results indicate an overestimation of the five moral domains model in the research as to discern Individualizing and Binding morality seems to be more appropriate. Broader implications of results for MFQ, MFT, and research of morality will be discussed.
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EE2.3.20.0048, projekt VaVNázev: Laboratoř pro experimentální výzkum náboženství
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  • osoba Mgr. Michaela Porubanová, učo 108849
  • osoba Justin Emory Lane, učo 118235
  • osoba prof. Mgr. Martin Kanovský, PhD., učo 133237
  • osoba Mgr. Jakub Cigán, Ph.D., učo 165684
  • osoba Mgr. Jan Horský, učo 262469
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