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In 1971, Philip Zimbardos The Stanford Prison Experiment demonstrated the power of the situation and the interaction between social interaction and social structure. After

The documentary link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cbax9v9N_bU 

Short Response 1: In 1971, Philip Zimbardo’s The Stanford Prison Experiment demonstrated the power of the situation and the interaction between social interaction and social structure. After viewing the documentary, if you had been a guard, do you think you would have been more likely to go along with the other guards or would you have resisted or spoken up about treating the prisoners the way you would have wanted to be treated if the roles had been reversed? How could this experiment help someone to understand criminal behavior?

The response should be no less than 500 words in length and must reference specific parts of the documentary as support for your analysis. Failure to meet these requirements will result in a “0”. 

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