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... of Milgrams obedience experiment. Milgram also explains in the article Issues In The Study Of Obedience, Again their own part in the experiment was treated in a dignified way and their behavior in the experiment respected(849). This Shows Milgram did not force any subjects to do something they didnt want to. All the subjects had their own rights to continue with the experiment or walk away and stop participating. Milgrams experiment was also ethical because in the article Issues In The Study Of Obedience, he confirms, All subjects received a follow-up questionnaire regarding their participation in the research, which again allowed expressions of thought and feelings about their behavior(849). Therefore, this shows his results of his experiment were ethical and sufficient because the subjects had the chance to rate and evaluate Milgram's experiment by answering the questionnaire sheet. Milgrams experiment was sufficient whether or not he was in the right setting. To have his obedience experiment done in a lavatory is the right place. In the article Issues In The Study Of Obedience Milgram compares his experiment setting to the military by explaining A soldiers obedience is no less meaningful because it occurs in a pertinent military context(850). Therefore this is basically saying, just because an experiment isnt done in its usual setting doesnt mean you wont get sufficient results. For example you dont need a gym to work out and get results on your body. You can always work out at home, a park or even at a schools field. Either way your going to get the same results just at a different setting. People can make excuses because you dont have the proper tools to work out or use to exercise the right way, but you can always find a different method that works the same way.
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