It is because Zimbardo instructed the guards to clean and polish the prisoner’s cell when their parents visited. It was an unethical practice because they hid the real setting of the prison. They were afraid that the parents might insist on taking their son’s home if they would know the state of the jail. Although Zimbardo defended that the emotional distress experienced by the prisoners was unpredictable, it is still an unethical practice because he conducted it without realizing that there is a possible risk it may bring to the participants. He is a selfish psychologist who just wanted to get a result.
Deception can only be used in research if there is no harm caused to the participants. Although deception was required to make the study successful, it was unethical as it tricked participants to believe they had caused suffering towards another human, resulting in psychological stress. Participants of Milgram’s study were deceived as they were convinced the experiment was about “the effects of punishment on learning” and were made to believe they were giving real electric shocks to the learner. They were unaware that there was no 'learner ' and they were listening to recordings of a person screaming in pain. At one point, the screams stopped which made the participants believe the learner was unconscious.
Bridging children should be illegal and banned in every country. Paying student for good grade can lead to practical problems in teacher classroom and conflict with parents and their surrounding. First of all, paying students for good grade is an issue because, it gives pressure to student to inflate their grades. According to prairiecothrifer.com, “paying student for good grades can lead to practical problems in classroom and conflict with parents.” This may mean, pressuring students for good grade can cause stress and problems with other student at school. Some problems may be bullying or suicide.
The experimenter betrayed the participants who were made to believe that they were imposing pain on the learners and were put on stress. Some teachers even believed that they have hurt or killed the learner causing a lot of stress. Milgram also lied about the experiments, informing his participants that the purpose of the experiment was to study about the effects of punishment on learning; however the real purpose of the experiment was to measure the obedience. Even though the participants were not informed after the experiment was over, opponents believed that it was not enough because it did not stop the psychological damage that have affected the
One of Baumrind’s claims was that Milgram’s experiment was not relatable to real life and Nazi Germany, but the reason of her argument seems to be a misunderstanding. In her next argument, she blamed him for not taking care of the subjects. Milgram’s experiment was emotionally challenging but it was not harmful; after the questionnaires he did and the meetings he had with the subjects, it’s clear that no damage was done to the participants. Despite Baumrind’s claims, both Milgram’s experiment and his arguments were a great success. Instead of focusing on the ethics of the experiment, one should answer this question: Would you push that
To conclude Charlie will die from the surgery and it was not right to risk his life like this. Also, Charlie chose to have the operation when he was not very smart which makes the situation worse because he should not have had the choice because he did not have enough knowledge to
First of all, students should not be paid for good grades due to not needed pressure. The NEA claims : many teachers say, “Paying students for good grades leads to practical problems in their classrooms, including pressure to inflate grades and conflict with students and parents.” This means students are more likely to be in bad moods and have bad relationships with parents and classmates. If some kids get money and the rest don’t, arguments will break out. In a classroom, students are supposed to be respectful to each other in order to have and efficient working environment. The effect of this is, students will be stressed and annoyed or angry with them, if unable to raise test scores.
Furthermore, we may become future colleagues. However, this way of managing conflict was not appropriate as it could harbour negative feeling and those feelings may reemerge when another conflict arises (Sullivan, 2012). I tried to reason out with him why I felt that wearing a mask and gloves was adequate PPE as mixing the thickener took only a brief moment to do. Furthermore, i did not have direct contact with the patient or her environment. I feel that if he was willing to listen and empathise to my reasoning, things would have turned out
Sofi is currently five years and three months old. She is a Malay girl and comes from a Muslim family of four. As Chinese is the only Mother Tongue language offered in the preschool, Sofi learns Chinese as her second language. Sofi is Kindergarten One this year and she is a pupil of Warren class. There are fifteen children in this class, of which nine are boys and six are girls.
This ranges from the students'’ lack of concentration, witnessing bad role models and people might loaf around, even not getting the project completed. Working in the group do have many benefits, but the group need to clean of peoples who is trying to destroy the whole group. So that's why, I am against of the group project as an our prompt says. The first important thing that usually a group do is not paying