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November 6 (EE)

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November 6 (EE)

  1. 1. According to the US Census, how many languages are spoken in the United States? a) 457 b) 329 c) 275 d) 203 e) 162
  2. 2.  Write your name at the top of the paper  Make sure you stay completely silent and avoid facial expressions with the next instruction  List three people in the class who you will give an F to in order to get an A  Fold your paper in half  Hand them in
  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) Courtesy of CUNY Graduate School and University Center
  4. 4. Both Photos: © 1965 By Stanley Miligram, from the film Obedience, dist. by Penn State, Media Sales
  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. AP/ Wide World Photos An unarmed individual single-handedly challenged a line of tanks at Tiananmen Square.
  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.  Read “The Perils of Obedience” (handout) and come to class prepared to discuss it  Prepare for a reading quiz  Do not read the reviews of the experiment  Work on your second draft of Essay #4  Participate in the weekly discussion (post due Thursday and replies due Sunday)
  12. 12. Conferences during the Peer Reviews

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