GB Ch 7 Readings on Stanford Experiment (page 3)

GB Ch 7 Readings on Stanford Experiment (page 3) - Brady...

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Brady and Logsdon on Business Ethics 3 No one doubts the need for business people to think with increasing clarity about complex ethical issues, and a more practical and useful explication of normative theory would be welcomed (Hoagland, 1984). The second alternative is more immediately achievable to broaden business ethics pedagogy by integrating relevant research in supporting fields other than philosophy. Social psychology is one such field, and its contributions are reviewed in the next section. Contributions of Social Psychology to Business Ethics Pedagogy Social psychology studies how social groups influence the personality, attitudes, motivations, and behavior of the individual. Researchers in social psychology have long been interested in the impacts of social and environmental factors on individual perceptions and actions that relate to ethical issues (Karpf, 1932; Hollander and Hunt, 1972; Staub, 1979; Greenberg and Cohen, 1982; Aron and Aron, 1986). Rosenhan
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