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Chapter 5- Math

by: Lucia Wilk

Chapter 5- Math

Lucia Wilk
Western Connecticut State University

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Date Created: 08/17/16
Lucia Wilk November 6, 2015 Chapter 5 homework: The Stanford Prison Experiment When I read about the social experiment I wasn’t surprised by both reactions, but when I watched the video I was a bit more surprised. As humans we play roles every day, we have different identities and how we behave in roles is influenced by many factors but a main factor is previous exposure to certain roles. I would be curious to know what movies or any other previous influences may have made the prisoners do some things. This reminds me of frats and how hazing sometimes gets out of control, it was still be the same age range. Comparing the experiment to Abu Ghraib, it sheds light on why the situation got out of hand and I am surprised the media didn’t explain it with more intelligence, but usually they don’t. In the Stanford experiment the “prisoners” truly did nothing wrong, and yet they were treated as though they had committed a crime and were violent. In the Abu Ghraib situation this is enemies in a similar situation its no surprise to me that without rules it got out of hand, and what we hear about war nothing should surprise us anymore. I personally have a philosophy to not judge individuals unless I am in their shoes and I think more people need to take this approach. What happened in both the experiment and Abu Ghraib was wrong but they were both reacting to the situation.


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