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Ideas of Herbert Spencer and Social Darwinism. Why do you think his ideas were so important in Victorian England? How can social theories be used to justify inequalities in society? While Herbert’s extreme ideas have fallen out of favor, do you see any social philosophies today that mirror his ideas?



Pretend you are a researcher in Stanley Milgram’s shoes wanting to study obedience. Would you design an identical study without informed consent? Why? If not, what other approach would you take to study obedience? Why? What are the potential benefits to your approach? What are the potential drawbacks?



You are a researcher in Stanley Milgram’s shoes wanting to study obedience. Would you design an identical study without informed consent? Why? If not, what other approach would you take to study obedience? Why? What are the potential benefits to your approach? What are the potential drawbacks?



The Milgram Study…How do we ‘know’ what we ‘know’ in an experiment? Do experiments ‘prove’ anything or the results more open to interpretation? Why do you think sociologists tend to use surveys while psychologists use experiments? Is one approach better than the other for understanding human behavior?



After reading Henslin and Williams list, what do you think – do Americans (or at least have we historically) shared all of these core values, some of them, or none of them? Do any of these values ring especially true or false to you? Have any of these historical core values changed over time?



Do you think sociology is an important science? Why or why not?

 
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