Análise de Escalas e Medidas de Virtudes Morais: Uma Revisão Sistemática



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Maria Clara Figueiredo Dalla Costa Ames
Mauricio C. Serafim
Felipe Flôres Martins

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Objetivo: investigar como as escalas para o conceito de virtudes morais são construídas e mensuradas, em estudos associados à ética empresarial e à tradição da ética das virtudes. Métodos: realizou-se uma revisão sistemática da literatura para selecionar artigos empíricos sobre virtudes morais que elaboram ou aplicam escalas. Com base em critérios de busca, seleção e análise, foram consultadas cinco bases de dados e selecionados 37 trabalhos, analisando-se o procedimento de desenvolvimento e mensuração de escalas (itens, amostra, análise fatorial) e fatores emergentes. Resultados: o estudo reúne escalas de múltiplas virtudes morais (19) e de virtudes específicas (18), evidenciando limitações na geração de itens e na proporção item-amostra em algumas escalas, como também contribuições teóricas em liderança e fortalecimento de relações, fazendo uma discussão teórico-metodológica, à luz dos pressupostos da ética das virtudes na tradição aristotélico-tomista. Conclusões: o artigo intenciona contribuir para uma melhor compreensão sobre as virtudes morais em administração, ao discutir as escalas a partir da unidade das virtudes e da conexão phronesis-virtudes morais, com implicações no comportamento humano e na ética empresarial. Recomendam-se procedimentos para estudos futuros qualitativos e quantitativos em novos contextos de pesquisa.



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Ames, M. C. F. D. C., Serafim, M. C., & Martins, F. F. (2021). Análise de Escalas e Medidas de Virtudes Morais: Uma Revisão Sistemática. Revista De Administração Contemporânea, e190379. https://doi.org/10.1590/1982-7849rac2022190379.en
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