In a Pre-conventional level, Kohlberg argues that a person has not internalized

In a Pre-conventional level, Kohlberg argues that a person has not internalized any sense of morality because: A.Reasons for acting are influenced by fear of punishment and of self-interest.B.Reasons for acting are influenced by universal moral command.C.Reasons for acting are influenced by desire for law and order in society.D.Reasons for acting are influenced by religious beliefs.