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Prosocial Behaviour. Chapter 10: Pages 417-421. Social Behaviour. Refers to any behaviour where interaction occurs between two or more people. This may include smiling at someone, interacting within a group or receiving advice from someone.

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Prosocial behaviour

Prosocial Behaviour

Chapter 10: Pages 417-421


Social behaviour
Social Behaviour

  • Refers to any behaviour where interaction occurs between two or more people.

  • This may include smiling at someone, interacting within a group or receiving advice from someone.

  • Generally social behaviour may be classified as positive or negative.


Brainstorm pro social b ehaviour
Brainstorm Pro-Social Behaviour

What are pro-social behaviours?


Activity 1 questionnaire
Activity 1. Questionnaire

  • Complete the pro-social behaviour questionnaire.

  • Discuss results

  • Do you think you display pro-social behaviours?

  • Is there any reasons why you wouldn’t help in any of the situations


Influences pro social behaviour situational factors
Influences Pro-Social Behaviour: Situational Factors

  • Latane and Darley (1968) identified three key factors associated with a specific situation that influence whether people will be pro-social and help others.

  • These factors involve whether we notice the situation, whether we interpret the situation as one in which help is needed, and whether we are prepared to take responsibility for helping in that situation and consider actually doing something to help.


Activity 2 kitty genovese
Activity 2. Kitty Genovese

  • Read through Kitty Genovese’s story as a class.

  • Answer key questions in your workbooks.


Latane and dabbs 1975
Latane and Dabbs (1975)

  • Hypothesis- the presence of other onlookers affected each individuals sense of responsibilty to take action.

  • There is a mistaken belief that someone else will take responsibility for helping.


Bystander effect
Bystander Effect

  • The tendency for people to be less likely to help another person in need when other bystanders are present compared to when they are alone.

  • When other people are around, people place the responsibility on them to help.


Reflection
Reflection

  • Write a paragraph about a time when you have witnessed the ‘bystander effect’ occurring.

  • How did you notice the situation?

  • How did you know the person needed help?

  • Who was the responsibility to help placed on?


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