You have been asked to create an educational presentation on conformity and obedience for a community organization.



Review the classic studies by Solomon Asch on conformity and Stanley Milgram on obedience described in your text.



Analyze the practical implications of these studies for social experiences, such as personal, work, or others.



Develop a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation of your analysis. Include detailed speaker notes to supplement your presentation.



Include the following:

•Describe how social interactions influenced behavior in these cases.

•Identify the instances of conformity and obedience.

•Describe a time in your life when you conformed to, or obeyed, a larger group. In the speaker notes, detail how would you react in that situation today, and what approaches you can take to avoid these behaviors in the future.

•Describe how your decisions to conform or obey were influenced by others and any attributions or attitudes involved.

•Identify potential situations in which conformity and obedience may be appropriate.



Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

Grading Guide

 

Conformity and Obedience Presentation

 

This assignment is due in Week Nine.

 

Content

60 Percent

Points Earned

X/4.8

·         Describes how social interactions influenced behavior.

·         Identifies the instances of conformity and obedience.

·         Describes a time the student conformed to, or obeyed, a larger group.

·         Details how the student would react in that situation today, and what approaches he or she can take to avoid these behaviors in the future.

·         Describes how decisions to conform or obey were influenced by others and any attributions or attitudes involved.

·         Identifies potential situations in which conformity and obedience may be appropriate.

Comments:

Organization and Development

20 Percent

Points Earned

X/1.6

·         The presentation is 6 to 8 slides.

·         The presentation is clear and organized; major points are supported by details, examples, or analysis.

·         The presentation uses visual and auditory aids appropriately and effectively.

·         The presentation effectively incorporates design elements, such as font, color, headings, and spacing.

·         The presentation is logical, flows, and reviews the major points.

Comments:

Mechanics and Format

20 Percent

Points Earned

X/1.6

·         The assignment file is presentable and functional; for example, the audio clips are audible, visual components are viewable, and links work appropriately.

·         Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct throughout the presentation.

·         The presentation is consistent with APA guidelines.

Comments:

Additional Comments:

 

Total Earned

X/8

 

 

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    • You have been asked to create an educational presentation on conformity and obedience for a community organization.



      Review the classic studies by Solomon Asch on conformity and Stanley Milgram on …

    • You have been asked to create an educational presentation on conformity and obedience for a community organization.



      Review the classic studies by Solomon Asch on conformity and Stanley Milgram on …

    • You have been asked to create an educational presentation on conformity and obedience for a community organization.

      Review the classic studies by Solomon Asch on conformity and Stanley Milgram on …

    • You have been asked to create an educational presentation on conformity and obedience for a community organization.



      Review the classic studies by Solomon Asch on conformity and Stanley Milgram on …

    • You have been asked to create an educational presentation on conformity and obedience for a community organization.
      Review the classic studies by Solomon Asch on conformity and Stanley Milgram on …