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|Title:||AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF SELF/OTHER MORAL JUDGMENT DISCREPANCY IN A RELIGIOUS CONTEXT||Authors:||EDITH YEW LUN BEI||Keywords:||moral hypocrisy, moral judgment, religion, theism, scrupulosity||Issue Date:||13-Nov-2018||Citation:||EDITH YEW LUN BEI (2018-11-13). AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF SELF/OTHER MORAL JUDGMENT DISCREPANCY IN A RELIGIOUS CONTEXT. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The present study examined the relationship between self/other (S/O) discrepancy in moral judgment and six religious variables, namely: scrupulosity, religiosity, religious orientation, moral absolutism, moral foundation, and religious affiliation. A multiple regression analysis was performed on questionnaire responses obtained from a Singaporean, young adult sample consisting of adherents of both theistic and non-theistic religions (N=153). As hypothesized, religious affiliation, scrupulosity, and religiosity emerged as significant predictors of S/O discrepancy. Possible explanations for these findings and their implications are discussed.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/151575|
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