Stanley Milgram’s “The Perils of Obedience”

Have at least 2 paraphrases and 2 quotations in the essay, and use only these sources.

1. Stanley Milgram’s “The Perils of Obedience” A) what you think Milgram’s main point/conclusion is, and B) a few passages that jump out at you (because you agree — or disagree — with those passages). 2. Susan Walton’s “The Obedient, Unlived Life”. A) what you think Walton’s main point/conclusion is, B) a passage with which you agree, and C) a passage with which you disagree. 3. David Rosenhan’s “On Being Sane in Insane Places” (for our Week 7 meeting). A) what you think Rosenhan’s main point/conclusion is, and B) a few passages (of his findings) that surprise you. 4. Philip Zimbardo’s “The Stanford Prison Experiment” (for Week 7). A) what you think Zimbardo’s main point/conclusion is, and B) several of the factors that transformed both groups (the guards and the prisoners). 5. Doris Lessing’s “Group Minds”. What’s a group that you were (or are) a part of, yet never really recognized that it was a group with distinct worldviews different from the rest of society? What caused you to eventually realize it was a distinct group? Cite Sources on 6th page