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How does Carol Gilligan's theory of morality differ from Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development?
Gilligan proposed that morals are universal.
Gilligan proposed that everyone is capable of reaching postconventional morality.
Gilligan argued that men and women have different moral perspectives.
Gilligan proposed that young children actually have more ethics than adults.
Gilligan suggested that morality is so ambiguous that it cannot be measured objectively.