Option #1: The Stanford University Prison Experiment: Structure, Behavior, and Results
Philip Zimbardoâ€™s Stanford University Prison Experiment could be described as a system whose systemic properties enabled the behaviors of the system’s actors, leading to disturbing results.
Analyze the situation. What were the key elements of the system? How did the system operate? Why did the participants behave as they did? What lessons can be learned from this experiment about systems in relation to management?
Your well-written paper should meet the following requirements:
- Be four to six pages in length.
- Include at least five scholarly or peer-reviewed articles. T
- Include a title page, section headers, introduction, conclusion, and references page.
Zimbardo, P. G. (2007). Revisiting the Stanford prison experiment: A lesson in the power of situation (Links to an external site.). Chronicle of Higher Education, 53(30), B6.