The Stanford Prison Experiment: The Lucifer Effect

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As prisoners of no power, prisoners and prisons (which can extend to social structures similar to prison situations), prisoners can only "respond" — this "response" can only be influenced by two options : Resistance or obedience. The former, brought the punishment; the latter led to the loss of autonomy and dignity. On the third day of the experiment, the "criminals" who began to believe that guards often said to them that they were really inferior and could not change the status (Zimbardo, 2000). In the "Stanford prison experiment", Dr. Zimbabwe witnessed a shocking situation: in a certain social context, good people will commit atrocities. The change in the character of this person is what he calls the "Lucifer effect" - God's most beloved