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Do-Now. Late one night, a woman is attacked outside of her apartment complex and screams for help several times. Several people in the building hear her screaming. In your opinion, how likely is it that someone will help her? Explain your reasoning. . Today’s objective and agenda.

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do now
Do-Now
  • Late one night, a woman is attacked outside of her apartment complex and screams for help several times. Several people in the building hear her screaming. In your opinion, how likely is it that someone will help her? Explain your reasoning.
today s objective and agenda
Today’s objective and agenda
  • Students will be able to analyze the bystander effect by:
  • Do-now + discussion
  • Kitty Genovese reading
  • Notes
  • Practice scenarios
  • Unit 1 score sheet + closing
notes bystander effect
Notes: Bystander Effect
  • Copy the notes that are blue.
  • Bystander Effect
    • individuals do not offer help in an emergency when others are around
  • Break it down:
    • The more people that witness an emergency, such as a mugging, someone falling down, a fire, etc., the less likely it is that anyone will do anything about it
    • Note: A by-stander is someone who is present for something
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Notes: Bystander Effect
  • Bystander Intervention Model – the steps that have to occur before someone helps out
    • 1) Notice the incident
    • 2) Interpret it as an emergency
    • 3) Assume responsibility***
    • 4) Attempt to help
  • When others are present, people are less likely to assume responsibility. They think “oh, someone else already took care of it” or “someone else is better qualified” or “surely, one of these people will do something.” However, if EVERYONE thinks that…
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Notes: Bystander Effect
  • Factors that influence people’s willingness to help
    • Uncertainty – unclear situation < clear-cut emergency
    • Possible cost – being late, not having your belongings returned, etc.
    • Diffusion of responsibility*** - alone > crowded
    • Similarity – similar to you > different
    • Mood – happy > sad/angry
    • Gender – women > men
    • Cause – innocent > brought it on themselves
    • Social Norms – elderly, mothers, donations in front of people > getting an e-mail
today s objective and agenda1
Today’s objective and agenda
  • Students will be able to analyze the bystander effect by:
  • Do-now + discussion
  • Kitty Genovese reading
  • Notes
  • Practice scenarios
  • Unit 1 score sheet + closing
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