Summary Of The Review Of Milgram’S Experiment On Obedience Written By Diana Baumrind

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It is normal for the participants to believe that their self esteem will be protected, that’s why they tend to behave in a more obedient way in the laboratory than in the real world. She also doesn’t see any similarity between Hitlers Germany and Milgrams experimental environment, because the members of the German Officer Corps who were ordered to kill, were not concerned about their victims...
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She also doesn’t see any similarity between Hitlers Germany and Milgrams experimental environment, because the members of the German Officer Corps who were ordered to kill, were not concerned about their victims. They saw them as subhumans, so they didn’t feel guilt or compassion. On the other hand, the subjects in Milgrams experiment felt responsibility for their actions...
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