PRISM ; Spring 2010 (2)
Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, /
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Looks at bystander behavior.
an interdisciplinary journal for holocaust educators. Additional resources mentioned in various essays in Volume 2: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (see “Moving Our Students Along the Continuum of Benevolence,” p. 20)--/ A Survivor's Story (see “What the Neighbors Knew,” p. 63) --/ The Asch Experiment YouTube video (see “German Bystander Inaction During the Holocaust: Lessons Learned From Social Psychology and Teachable Moments for Today’s Students,” p. 83) --/ Operation: Last Chance; Simon Wiesenthal Center; Targum Shlishi (see “Can a Holocaust Perpetrator Become a Bystander?” p. 116)
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