What event served as an impetus (or cause) for Jane Elliott carrying out this exercise with her class? Be specific and accurate in this response.
What was the blue eyed/brown eyed experiment? Exactly how did it work?
What were the reactions of the children? What were the reactions of the adults? Were they similar or different? Explain briefly.
Do you think this is an effective experiment to teach kids and/or adults about racial discrimination? Why or why not?
How was the Kitty Genovese case an example of the “bystander effect” (also known as “diffusion of responsibility”)?
Explain how each of Darley and Latane’s experiments: (1) the fake seizure and (2) the smoke filled room help explain the bystander effect and diffusion of responsibility.
In each of the previous experiments, they used actors, which are called confederates, to pretend that they were in the experiment, just like the subject. Why did they need actors instead of just other subjects?
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