Cognitive Moral Development and Real Estate Practitioners
George Izzo ()
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George Izzo: University of Evansville Evansville, IN 47720, http://www.evansville.edu/
Journal of Real Estate Research, 2000, vol. 20, issue 1, 179-188
In recent years, researchers in many organizational disciplines have begun to approach the study of ethics from a cognitive theoretical framework. This study has investigated the ethical reasoning of real estate practitioners using Kohlberg's cognitive moral development (CMD) approach, a potent theoretical concept with a considerable research literature. Using standardized measures of CMD on groups of RealtorsÂ® and controlling for level of education, the results of this study show that real estate practitioners compare favorably with other professional and societal groups. Further, when entered independently CMD was a significant indicator, along with education and experience, of success in real estate.
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