SOCIAL Approach - Milgram & OBEDIENCE

Milgram's Agency Theory + evaluation
Milgram's study + evaluation
Milgram's variation + evaluation

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  • Created by: sshahedab
  • Created on: 24-04-14 21:37
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  • STATE
    • autonomous
    • helps explain holocaust
    • French & Raven - expert power (knowledge)
    • explains levels of obedience - less when more repsonsibility
    • Description rather than explanation
  • agentic
    • STATE
      • autonomous
      • helps explain holocaust
      • French & Raven - expert power (knowledge)
      • explains levels of obedience - less when more repsonsibility
      • Description rather than explanation
  • moral strain
    • agentic
    • STUDY
      • Aim: authority, harm, moral strain
      • Procedure: volunteer, at Yale, prods, said they wouldn't go to end when asked
    • Procedure: volunteer, at Yale, prods, said they wouldn't go to end when asked
    • Conclusions: obey even if moral strain
      • STUDY
        • Aim: authority, harm, moral strain
    • controlled: prods set order - replicable, reliable?
      • applicable: why holocaust happened
        • figure of authority
          • ehics: deception of aim, harm, right to withdraw - PRODS
            • VARIATION
              • move closer till holding hand 30% obediance
              • strong controls
              • unethical - pressure of pps
              • ecological validity
            • MILGRAM
            • ecological validity: lab
              • ecological validity

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