Chapter 6 - Conformity And Obedience

Ethics of milgrams experiment critics said the

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Unformatted text preview: appens when the demands of authority clash with the demands of conscience Teacher “shocks” learner at the insistence of experimenter 65 percent of participants continued beyond expectations What Are the Classic Conformity and Obedience Studies? Ethics of Milgram’s Experiment Critics said the Milgram’s experiment stressed the participants against their will They argued that the participants’ self- esteem may have been altered Milgram stated that the ethical controversy was “terribly overblown” What Are the Classic Conformity and Obedience Studies? What Breeds Obedience? Victim’s distance or depersonalization Closeness and legitimacy of the authority Institutional authority Liberating effects of group influence What Are the Classic Conformity and Obedience Studies? Reflections on the Clas...
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