Cross Dressing. Trace Peifer , Sen Woo, Esther Kim . Research Question . How will Koreans and Americans help people who are wearing clothing of the opposite gender in a mall during a busy time?. Hypothesis.
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Trace Peifer, Sen Woo, Esther Kim
How will Koreans and Americans help people who are wearing clothing of the opposite gender in a mall during a busy time?
If Americans see a person wearing clothes of the wrong gender then they won’t be as willing to help the person out as much vs if they were wearing clothes of the same gender.
If Koreans see a person wearing clothes of the opposite gender then they will probably ignore what they have seen and judge silently.
Lack of Communication
Locations being drastically different
Having different methods of needing help
Koreans were more willing to help people out in the situation we put them in. Being crossed dressed in America really just added a humorous factor to your situation.