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"Considering the increased frequency with which young women in the 1920s engaged in sexual behavior like dating and petting, in what way were these women still upholding traditional notions of morality?
Women involved in the dating and petting encounters were free to decide if they wanted to be involved in sexual activities.
In the 1920s, some women did really like the idea of being free, showing the best and sexiest part they could offer, however, in the common parties at that moment in history they were free to experiment and act as they pleased. Therefore, some of them simply assist to the meetings to have a good time with their friends, to dance, if they wanted they could kiss someone, or even go beyond. Some of these women were still upholding the traditional notions of morality, because they simply wanted to be in a good environment having fun with some people, without having any physical contact with the other participants, or drinking, or smoking they were just enjoying the young epoch.
Which expression correctly represents “six more than the product of five and a number, decreased by one”?6 + 5 n minus 1 6 + 5 + n minus 1 6 + 5 (n minus 1) (6 + 5) n minus 1
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In Stanley Milgram’s obedience research, the person playing the part of the “learner” was an accomplice, or ________, of the experiment. He was aware of the true purpose of the research, was never shocked, and was acting according to Milgram’s instructions a) confederate b) union c) associate
In Stanley Milgram’s obedience research, the person playing the part of the “learner” was an accomplice, or Confederate of the experiment.
In Stanley Milgram’s obedience research, Confederates are people that has been taken to be involved in research experiment by a researcher acts as a bystander, participant, or teammate. The experimenter seeks to know how the behavior of people and their performance while also manipulating the experiment and limiting complexity and other effects from outside.
Conclusively, we can say that in Stanley Milgram’s obedience research, the person playing the part of the “learner” was an accomplice, or Confederate of the experiment.
In Milgram's experiment, the 'learner' was actually a confederate, or an accomplice. The 'learner' was secretly part of the research team and helped to manipulate conditions to study obedience to authority. Confederates acted as if they were receiving shocks to convince real participants they were causing harm.
In Stanley Milgram's obedience research, the person playing the part of the "learner" was an accomplice, or a confederate, of the experiment. He was aware of the true purpose of the research, never received shocks, and was acting according to Milgram's instructions.
Milgram's research was to test obedience to authority, inspired in part by Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann's defense of "just following orders." The experiment demonstrated that many people would inflict perceived harm on others if instructed by an authority figure. Confederates, who were a part of the research team, pretended to be participants and helped manipulate the research conditions.
The term confederate in this context refers to a person who is informed about the experiment and works for the researcher, manipulating social situations as part of the research design. In this experiment, the confederates would act as if they were receiving shocks when given incorrect answers, further convincing the true participants of the illusion.
How can Agnes act like a sociologist and be systematic in her study of why people drive faster than the speed limit?
She can set up questions to form an interview with people who have already received speeding tickets.
The sociologist has as its object of study the organization of man in society, seeking to explain his nature, the structures that compose it and the relationships that are established between individuals and institutions. For this reason, to honor her title as sociologist, Agnes must conduct her research with the participation of people who talk about her speeding experience.
A person is considered systematic when he can perform activities according to an order, a predefined method that must be followed. For this reason, we can say that Agnes can be a systematic person in conducting his research, if he sets out specific questions to conduct an interview with the people who will participate in the research telling their experiences with speeding.
How can Agnes act like a sociologist and be systematic in her study of why people drive faster than the speed limit
By studying the different ways that people react to emotional situations