Conventional morality refers to a stage of moral reasoning described by Kohlberg, in which right and wrong are closely associated with the rules created by legitimate authorities, inc luding parents, teachers, or political leaders.

Moreover, Conventional morality is Kohlberg"s term for the third and fourth stages of moral reasoning, in which moral judgments are based on a desire to gain approval (Stage 3) or to uphold laws that maintain social order (Stage 4).
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