Who began the tradition of
April Fool’s Day?
A. King George III (England)
B. Socrates
C. William Shakespeare
D. Benjamin F...
According to The Huffington Post:
“The reason the date is so closely associated with
comedy largely has to do with the lon...
People comply to social
pressures. How would
they respond to outright
command?
Stanley Milgram
designed a study that
inves...
BothPhotos:©1965ByStanleyMiligram,fromthe
filmObedience,dist.byPennState,MediaSales
A. Slight to Moderate Shock
B. Strong to Very Strong Shock
C. Intense to Extreme Intensity
Shock
D. Danger: Severe Shock
E...
A. Slight to Moderate Shock
B. Strong to Very Strong Shock
C. Intense to Extreme Intensity
Shock
D. Danger: Severe Shock
E...
A. 0-25 percent
B. 26-40 percent
C. 41-60 percent
D. 61-75 percent
E. 76-100 percent
Link
A third of the individuals in Milgram’s study
resisted social coercion.
An unarmed individual single-handedly
challenged a...
In both Asch's and Milgram's studies,
participants were pressured to choose between
following their standards and being re...
 Closely read the rest of the chapter
 Take turns reading aloud (one paragraph each)
 Stop to talk about the chapter wh...
 Count off to four in your group
 You will be responsible for dissecting your
portion of the chapter
 Groups/Assignment...
 Leadership Society meeting tonight in the forum
from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
 The Leadership Society is a free training ...
April 3 (English Express)
April 3 (English Express)
April 3 (English Express)
April 3 (English Express)
April 3 (English Express)
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April 3 (English Express)

  1. 1. Who began the tradition of April Fool’s Day? A. King George III (England) B. Socrates C. William Shakespeare D. Benjamin Franklin E. Julius Ceasar
  2. 2. According to The Huffington Post: “The reason the date is so closely associated with comedy largely has to do with the long-standing feud between the English and the French. Historians claim that on this day in 1789, after the French people deposed King Louis XVI, King George III of England made an historic joke, which continued the tradition to this day. He pretended to step down. After renouncing the monarchy the streets were filled with peasants celebrating new-found “freedom.” Hundreds were quickly arrested and imprisoned. It was quite possibly the best prank of all time.”
  3. 3. People comply to social pressures. How would they respond to outright command? Stanley Milgram designed a study that investigates the effects of authority on obedience. Stanley Milgram (1933-1984) CourtesyofCUNYGraduateSchoolandUniversityCenter
  4. 4. BothPhotos:©1965ByStanleyMiligram,fromthe filmObedience,dist.byPennState,MediaSales
  5. 5. A. Slight to Moderate Shock B. Strong to Very Strong Shock C. Intense to Extreme Intensity Shock D. Danger: Severe Shock E. XXX
  6. 6. A. Slight to Moderate Shock B. Strong to Very Strong Shock C. Intense to Extreme Intensity Shock D. Danger: Severe Shock E. XXX
  7. 7. A. 0-25 percent B. 26-40 percent C. 41-60 percent D. 61-75 percent E. 76-100 percent
  8. 8. Link
  9. 9. A third of the individuals in Milgram’s study resisted social coercion. An unarmed individual single-handedly challenged a line of tanks at Tiananmen Square. AP/WideWorldPhotos
  10. 10. In both Asch's and Milgram's studies, participants were pressured to choose between following their standards and being responsive to others. In Milgram’s study, participants were torn between hearing the victims pleas and the experimenter’s orders.
  11. 11.  Closely read the rest of the chapter  Take turns reading aloud (one paragraph each)  Stop to talk about the chapter whenever anyone is confused or wants to clarify something  When you have finished, raise your hands to let me know you are ready to move on
  12. 12.  Count off to four in your group  You will be responsible for dissecting your portion of the chapter  Groups/Assignment:  1—An Unexpected Outcome (page 171)  2—Peculiar Reactions (page 175)  3—The Etiquette of Submission (page 176)  4—Duty without Conflict (page 178)  Submit a one-page (double spaced) summary of your section to Moodle and bring one hard copy to class on Tuesday
  13. 13.  Leadership Society meeting tonight in the forum from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  The Leadership Society is a free training program focused on helping students develop and apply their unique leadership skills. During the course of the program, students will participate in workshops, culture, and campus events.  CHAP concert tomorrow (5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in the theater)  Read the rest of (or re-read) “The Perils of Obedience” (handout) and do the summary of your section (submit to Moodle by 7:30 a.m. Tuesday and bring one hard copy)  Prepare for a reading quiz  Do not read the reviews of the experiment  No discussion this week!

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