I want you to watch the short clip on the Stanford Prison Study and answer the following questions below and yes I want you to address all questions this week think of it as one big question with three (1-3) components. 1) Look at all the different types of leaders found near the end of chapter 5. I want you to relate at least 3 types of leaders to the video. That is explain where you see them present in the study. Be specific on why you see that style of leader in the video. 2) Next I want you to compare and contrast your analysis with at least 2 of your fellow online classmates. That is if you agree why? If you disagree why? 3) Chapter 5 also talked about groupthink. Where do you see groupthink present in the video? Give an example of it. Then compare your analysis with at least 2 of your online classmates. Warning: There is graphic material (language & nudity) in this study/video clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPO6BrFTsWM Please compare the students comment with my comment when you do so please bold it or underline it i will also be attaching chapter 5 1. student comment 1. Dr. Zimbardo was an example of laissez faire since he was the leader of the experiment.He didnt step in to stop or tell the guards or even the prisoners what they could or couldnt do Dave one of the guards could be looked at as authoritarian leader since he started to make the guards look rougher. The guards were also giving orders to the prisoners so this would fit this type of leader.The prisoners looking to rebel could be looked at as instrumental leaders since they didnt want to be looked down on and were fighting to get there rights back. 2. An example of group think in the video is when the one guard Dave starts to treat the prisoners in a cruel way just to see if he can and then the other guards followed in his footsteps. Rubric Criteria Excellent Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Did Not Post Demonstrates knowledge & understanding of content Posts were well developed and ALL questions addressed. 3 pts. Posts were developed and questions addressed. 2 pts. Posts were made but did not address question asked. 1 pt. No posts. No knowledge & understanding of content. 0 pts. Engagement in discussion Responded to 2 classmate posts with follow up questions probing more discussion & creativity. 3 pt. Responded to classmate posts with follow up questions. 2 pts. Responded to classmate posts with no follow up questions. 1pt. No posts. Did not engage. 0 pts. Quantity of Responses/Replies Responded to ALL DQ & 2 participation responses. 3 pts. Responded to 1 DQ & 1 participation response. 2 pts. Responded to 1 DQ or 1 participation response. 1 pt. No posts were made. 0 pts. Clarity Responses were clear understandable and free of grammatical errors. 1 pts. Responses were clear with 1-3 grammatical errors. .5 pts. Response(s) was unclear and not understandable. 0 pt. No posts were made. 0 pts. Second comment is
1. In the short clip on the Stanford Prison Experiment are different types of leadership like laissez-faire leader authoritarian leader and expressive leader. Dr. Philip Zimbardo a sociologist psychologist I believe he was an example of laissez-faire leader because he did not give clear rules to the people participating in the experiment also he was allowing the guard and prisoner to freely make the decision how to behave. However one individual can use more than just one type of leadership and Dr. Zimbardo was the case that was authoritarian leader because he had the authority to start and to stop the experiment. Dave Eshelman which was the guard was an example of authoritarian leader since he was most of the time giving orders and using his authority for evil. And the last one was Dr. Christina Maslach a social psychologist which I believe was the perfect example of expressive leader because she shows sympathy for the prisoners and remind Dr. Zimbardo groupâ€™s morale and why he was doing the experiment in the first place since he was influenced from the experiment and forgot that the goal of experiment was to help humans and not to torture.
2. The groupthink in this video is when the guard order the prisoners to chant for one individual how he was a bad prisoner. Richard Yacco which was one of the prisoners said â€œat the time I went along with that Iâ€™m thinking what this matter we donâ€™t believe this but we can go along and chanted.â€ That let me understand that even he believed was not true and wrong he went along with the group to fit in.
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