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Milgram experiment ethical violations Deception Mental harm If short term risks are outweighed by long term benefits, then you can use them Don’t use deception unless necessary Over time, subjects seemed unharmed Socialization Process through which people learn norms values and beliefs of a society How people learn to become functioning members of society Conforming to society Form individuality with the help of others Introspection relies on the interaction with others Nursery vs orphanage o Nursery has constant visitors o Babies can see other babies through cribs o BUT orphanage—minimal contact with staff o Less human contact o Impossible to see each other o Isolation o Babies in orphanage were more withdrawn and didn’t interact as much. Then they died (prisoners) having no contact with outside world is disastrous to health
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Unformatted text preview: • Genie o Tied to a chair all her life in isolation, minimal human contact • Symbolic interactionism—shared meanings, orientations, and assumptions form the basic motivations to peoples actions • Social norms—rules of behavior shared by the members of a society • Social construction of realty-something is meaningful, valuable, and real when society tells us it is • Mead: I, me, other o----imitation, play, games o----generalized other o Looking glass self: your sense of self emerges from imagining how others see you o Mead argued that after going through imitation play, a child should take on the generalized other o Aspergers—unable to acknowledge the generalized other o Correct social interactions result in a positive view of the self o...
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  • Spring '12
  • Holsapple
  • Sociology, long term benefits, short term risks, experiment ethical violations

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