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Unformatted text preview: ’ re in a romantic relationship that turns into spousal abuse with or joining a law ﬁrm but maybe they ’ re going to lure you into doing unethical acts Time Pressure, ie: need for closure. Able to wall you off from previous sources of social support. People around you who remind you of who you are. .. not there. Cults - not allowed to hang out with previous friends/parents Sanctions/punishments for not adhering to shared perspective. Ostracized if you wear strange clothes that others don ’ t wear -- happens in mundane life but it is a powerful tool of manipulation. Controlling information to which you ’ re exposed. Praise, inclusion, touch, belonging. .. giving you the feeling that we have a lot in common. Stepping aside so you can maintain your own internal barometer and chose to say no. My 3rd 2010 Choices are extremely expensive because they cost you everything else you ’ re not choosing. Retain capacity to navigate through life. My 3rd 2010...
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- Fall '09
- Social Psychology, Stanford prison experiment, Philip Zimbardo, Milgram experiment, Phil Zimbardo, Authoritarian Right-wing Authoritarianism