Chapter 12 Social Psychology Writing Reflection 20 pts Due 4.30 Instructions: T

Chapter 12 Social Psychology
Writing Reflection 20 pts
Due 4.30
Instructions:
Times New Roman or Arial 12 font.
Single spaced.
Consider the following prompts. Make
sure you are using paragraphs in this paper!
Please type your response directly UNDER each prompt. You will need to read
the chapter and the power and watch all of the videos to answer these
discussion prompts.
** You need to watch ALL of the videos regardless of which one you decide to
write on.
1. Discuss either the Stanford Prison Experiment, Milgram’s experiment, or
Jane Elliot’s Blue Eye Brown Eye seminar (not the original study with
children). Describe the Experiment/seminar- how was it set up? Why was it set
up that way? What took place? What was the experimenter trying to
study/accomplish? How did participants react? What were the study results? What
do you think the implications of the results were/are? How did you react/feel
about what you saw/learned? (be honest). How does what was done and
learned from the experiment reflect in real life today? Connect your
comments with course concepts from the chapter. Really think about all of the
things you learned from this chapter when you answer this prompt.
2. React to the AC360, Kids talk about race, and What would you do? videos.
Discuss the video content and your reactions using course concepts. Be
specific. You need to support what you say with course concepts from the
chapter. Think about your own experiences with race (please think beyond black
and white. Include other races in your thinking). What do you think that we, as
a society, and you as and individual can do to help foster a better
understanding of the negative effects of stereotypes and racism? Really
think abut what you learned from this chapter when you answer this prompts
**These are very tough topics to discuss. I want you to feel that you can
express your thoughts, experiences, and opinions without judgment. Remember
that we all come to these topics with our own experiences and see them through
those experiences. Please don’t just say “it was awful” or “I
don’t see color”- that just means you don’t see each other. Saying I don’t
see color diminishes the lived experiences of people of color. If you have a
question- ask it. This is a safe place. This isn’t social media.

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