Apply Kohlberg’s Gilligan’s theory to a person or fictional character. Try to determine the person’s/character’s overall motivation for their actions. Then tell us what step(s)/stage(s)

Apply Kohlberg’s Gilligan’s theory to a person or fictional character. Try to determine the person’s/character’s overall motivation for their actions. Then tell us what step(s)/stage(s) you believe that person/character are in . Type the person/character you are using the title of your article and the date of article. Example – Raymond Reddington from the Blacklist Discuss the stage(s) or step(s) your person is/was in and .  The should be detailed and is the most important part! – 250 words minimum – Include word count – You must complete at least one reply post (50 words minimum). Reply posts must show that you read the post and are adding to that posts discussion. Include word count. Be sure to review: Summary first and then… I think Raymond Reddington of The Blacklist is in Kohlberg’s second stage, even though he gives information that saves lives he and his own wants.  He continually kills people or has them killed He does attempt to protect Agent Elizabeth Keen but I also think in some way even though it has not yet been revealed. He is almost totally self-motivated which is characteristic of a stage two person. Etc. Word Count 250

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