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date: 04 July 2020

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Education in some professions, such as business and law, seems to inculcate certain work and life values that have been shown to negatively affect people’s well-being and could possibly have more pervasive effects on ethical thinking and decision-making. However, because of pre-existing values and goals students may also select and persist in such careers despite the cost on ethics and well-being. In order to explain both phenomena, the dual valuing process model (Grouzet, 2013) is proposed as a theoretical framework.

Keywords: values, intrinsic and extrinsic goals, valuing process, professional education, socialization

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