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Zimbardo Group Project
Transcript of Zimbardo Group Project
Conducted the Stanford prison experiment (1971)
Twenty-four male students randomly assigned to play the part of a prisoner/prison guard, to study the power of the situation. MISSION STATEMENT
Through the volunteer work of APU students along with counselors and faculty, Camp-Wannado has provided an opportunity for those children of under-deserved communities to have new experiences. With a well-rounded and creative program, our kids are introduced to the idea of reaching their full potential and of making a greater impact on the community. Camp- Wannado emphasizes on building relationships, building leaderships, and on letting children explore their interests in possible future careers.
Must qualify for free/reduced school meals
Live within the city of Los Angeles
1 Week Long: 8 days 7 nights
Singing, Dancing, Sports, Hiking, Swimming, Campfires
Talent Shows, Initiative Games, Science Competition
Dress Up/ Career Social roles are the part people play as members of a social group.
PROBLEM: With each social role you adopt, your behavior changes to fit the expectations that both you and others have of the particular role.
The guard and the prisoner both"played the part", but due to the power of the situation, lost themselves in their role.
The prisoner became so emerged in his role that he truly believed he was a prisoner, and refused to leave the study.
"It's not the Apple that is bad, but the barrel." Cady was unexpectedly given the role as a "plastic".
Her behavior changed to fit the the expectations others had of her in that role. The Power of the Situation Camp-Wannado Role-Playing Activity New environment introduced to the kids
Different occupations/hobbies available for them to choose
New roles given for them to envision themselves in the near future. References Zimbardo, P.G. (2007). The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People
Turn Evil. Random House.
Piero Bocchiaro and Adriano Zamperini (2012). Conformity, Obedience, Disobedience: The Power of the Situation
Psychology - Selected Papers, Gina Rossi (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0587-9, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/psychology-selected-papers/conformity-obedience-disobedience-the-power-of-the-situation McLeod, S. A. (2008). Social Roles and Social Norms. Retrieved from
http://www.simplypsychology.org/social-roles.html Merton, Robert K. (1957). "The Role Set Problems In Sociological Theory". British
Journal of Sociology 8 (2): 106–20.