Conclusion So Far
We have evaluated three of the five claims critical to Feinberg & Willer (2013)’s argument that cultural variation in moral psychology can explain political conflict over climate change.
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: ‘Moral conviction refers to a strong and absolute belief that something is right or wrong, moral or immoral’ (Skitka, Bauman, & Sargis, 2005, p. 896).
Feinberg, M., & Willer, R. (2013). The Moral Roots of Environmental Attitudes. Psychological Science
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Skitka, L. J., Bauman, C., & Sargis, E. (2005). Moral Conviction: Another Contributor to Attitude Strength or Something More? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology