Sunday, March 3, 2019
Standford Prison Experiment
bob February 5, 2013 look Methods Stanford Prison Experiment 1. Prisoners were put under a great have of stress. The prisoners were physiologic eachy and physically harmed. Prisoners were stripped naked, chained, and was forced to wear bags over their heads. 2. Yes at that place was voluntary participation in the experiment, because all of the participants signed up for the experiment. except the acts committed in the experiment most likely werent voluntary, kernel that the prisoners did non volunteer to be treated how they were treated.They didnt hit the sack that they would be involved in unethical acts and be treated unfairly. 3. Yes participants were deceived an example would be that their consent forms were not complete and did not properly address all that would take place in the experiment. There was a huge onset of privacy, not to mention the surprise arrests. The prison was supposed to be a safe environment to study imprisonment, but Zimbardo did not take into setti ng that peer pressure would make it difficult to withdraw. 4.Yes I believed the participants were harmed mentally because of the physiological abuse they were taking. I found no benefits out of the harm all way. 5. Researchers try to overcome the ethical issues by saying that the prisoners were treated how existing prisoners would be treated. ACJS The ACJS would apply to the prison experiment by letting the guards know that in their professional activities as guards, members of the ACJS are committed to enhancing the general welfare of society and of the individuals and groups within it.Members of the Academy are especially careful to avoid incompetent, unethical or unscrupulous use of criminal justice knowledge. They own the great potential for harm that is associated with the study of criminal justice, and they do not knowingly place the well-being of themselves or other people in jeopardy in their professional work. Members of the Academy respect the rights, dignity and ch arge of all people.