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Agentic State
When one gives up their free will in order to follow instructions from an authority figure
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Autonomous State
When one has full, conscious control of their actions; they are voluntary
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Moral Strain
When one becomes uncomfortable with their behaviour because they feel that it is wrong and goes against their better values, however they feel unable to disobey
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Diffusion of Responsibility
When one shifts their responsibility to an authority figure because they are in the agentic state and therefore do not feel responsible for their action(s)
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Compliance
Following instructions without necessarily agreeing with them (an example of this might be wearing a school uniform – although you don’t want to, you comply with the rules and do anyway because it causes you no harm)
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Card 2

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When one has full, conscious control of their actions; they are voluntary

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Autonomous State

Card 3

Front

When one becomes uncomfortable with their behaviour because they feel that it is wrong and goes against their better values, however they feel unable to disobey

Back

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Card 4

Front

When one shifts their responsibility to an authority figure because they are in the agentic state and therefore do not feel responsible for their action(s)

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Following instructions without necessarily agreeing with them (an example of this might be wearing a school uniform – although you don’t want to, you comply with the rules and do anyway because it causes you no harm)

Back

Preview of the back of card 5

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