El efecto Lucifer: El porqué de la maldad (Spanish Edition) eBook: Philip Zimbardo, Genís Sánchez Barberán: : Kindle Store. The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil is a book which includes professor Philip Zimbardo’s first detailed, . En suma, aún cuando El Efecto Lucifer está escrito en inglés, su lenguaje sencillo y coloquial facilita su. El efecto Lucifer. Jan 25, Phillip Zimbardo. ¿Por qué personas buenas y corrientes a veces se vuelven perpetradoras del mal? La transformación más.
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With more than half discussing the Stanford prison experiments in excruciating detail.
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Three-quarters of the book describes in excruciating detail! I can’t even give this book 2 stars for the important observations regarding human nature b This was the single biggest waste of my time I’ve ever experienced.
Were the Nazi’s able to depersonalize the Jew’s becasue they were racist, or were they racist becasue they could depersonalize the Jews- is there a difference, eel those the same thing? I’m no fan of that bunch, but I fail to see how that lengthy section of the book furthers Zimbardo’s thesis.
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Because we know she told him to do x, and he did x, and x was something horrible it is her fault he did x. The second part of the book discusses the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, and how Zimbardo drew parallels with his earlier prison experiment. The remainder of the book covers a number a topics within the field of social psychology, such as similar studies like the Asch conformity experimentsMilgram experimentAlbert Bandura ‘s research on moral disengagementresearch on the bystander effect by John M.
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How do we know he wasn’t just a nut ep for permission? It provides absolutely ZERO understanding of how good people can be convinced to do evil things- only constant assertions that everyone you included will. Also — and maybe this is quibbling — I couldn’t ever quite get over my disappointment with the title. Views Read Edit View history.
I couldn’t even get through his notes. A fascinating subject made dull. It was also only tangentially related to the topic of the book. After entering your email, you’ll have access to two free articles every month. There are no “bad apples” because Zimbardo says so, and guess what, by his theory there are no “good apples” either.
T I don’t understand why this book was published. Retrieved June 20, It also examines the prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib inwhich has similarities to the Stanford experiment.
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I make a point of always finishing a book once I’ve started it. This was a part of studying blind obedience to authority by many and done so before ethics was really heavily involved in regards to doing experiments on human subjects are any subjects for that matter. How Good People Turn Pbilip. This was the single biggest waste of my time I’ve ever experienced. But there’s almost nothing further. Retrieved June 21, — via Center for the History of Psychology.