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The readiness of health profession students to comply with a hypothetical program of forced migration of a minority population / Israel W. Charny, Daphna Fromer

Publication | Library Call Number: HM1251 .C53 1990

"The readiness of Jewish Israeli medical, psychology, and social work students to cooperate in a hypothetical government program involving expulsion of Arabs from Israel was explored via research scenarios that pointedly used terms reminiscent of Holocaust events. Strong moral sensitivity was expected on the part of the study subjects as both Jewish Israelis and vocationally committed to human welfare. The authors argue that the readiness of as many as one-third of the sample to 'follow orders' is a disturbing sign, calling for greater vigilance in defense of human rights and values"--(Summary from PubMed)

Format
Book
Author/Creator
Charny, Israel W.
Published
[United States] : American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1990
Includes bibliographical references (p. 494-495)
Language
English
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