Brief and Motowidlo define pro social behavior within the organizational
Brief and Motowidlo define pro social behavior within the organizational setting as: Behavior which is (a) performed by a member of an organization, (b) directed toward an individual, group, or organization with whom she interacts while carrying out her organizational role, and (c) performed with the intention of promoting the welfare of the individual, group, or organization toward which it is directed.
There search on whistle-blowing that has used this model has generally argued that stages 5 and 6 represent cognitive moral development consistent with pro social behavior. Discuss why stages 5 and 6 of Kohlberg’s model are more likely to be associated with pro social behavior than lower stages of moral development.

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