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Some Conditions of Obedience and Disobedience to Authority
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, in Human Relations, Vol. 18 no. 1, 1965, pp. 57-74 (London, England: Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, originally published 1965), 20 page(s)
in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, in Human Relations, Vol. 18 no. 1, 1965, pp. 57-74 (London, England: Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, originally published 1965), 20 page(s)
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, Box 47 , 5 page(s)
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Obedience
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with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 1962), 45 mins
In this film, we see subjects instructed to administer electric shocks of increasing severity to another person, and observe both obedient and defiant reactions. After the experiment, we witness subjects explain firsthand their actions. Obedience is as relevant today as it was at its publication. As we as a societ...
with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 1962), 45 mins
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The Obedience Experiments
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984; in Subject Reaction: The Neglected Factor in the Ethics of Experimentation (New York, NY: Hastings Center, Institute for Society, Ethics, and the Life Sciences, originally published 1977), 20-21
in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984; in Subject Reaction: The Neglected Factor in the Ethics of Experimentation (New York, NY: Hastings Center, Institute for Society, Ethics, and the Life Sciences, originally published 1977), 20-21
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