Mind Control in 1984: Orwell's Political Fiction Becomes a Psychological Reality of Modern Times

Mind Control in 1984: Orwell's Political Fiction Becomes a Psychological Reality of Modern Times

in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.2, Folder 7: Mind Control in 1984: Orwell's Political Fiction becomes a psychological reality of modern times, Undated (originally published 1984), 61 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Psychology
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2013. Used by permission of the University of Akron
Content Type
Essay
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
1984
Page Count
61
Psychologist
Philip Zimbardo, 1933-
Series Number
Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.2, Folder 7: Mind Control in 1984: Orwell's Political Fiction becomes a psychological reality of modern times, Undated
Subject
Psychology, Social Sciences, Psychology & Counseling, Social Psychology, Stanford Prison Experiment, Observation Methods, Experimental Design, Observation Methods, Psicología Social, Psicologia Social, Social Psychology, Obedience, Sense of control, Authority issues, Social behavior, Power
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Psicología Social, Psicologia Social

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