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What does androcentric and eurocentric mean in terms of milgrams study into obedience?
The (aqa) textbook asks about them to do with Milgrams paradigm but doesn't give the answers
It sounds as if it's to do with gender/cultural bias from google (which isn't very good) . . . and MS O Word doesn't even recognise them as words!
Its not bias, but sample problems. Milgrams original research was conducted on males in america. However other studies have been done on women and around the world but maybe not by Milgram. Andro means male so im assuming its what that means...
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