Bystander effect

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  • 1. Bystander Effect by Evan Franz
  • 2. Intro
  • 3. DefinitionThe phenomenon in which the greater the number of peoplepresent, the less likely people are to help a person indistress. People are more likely to help when there are fewto no other witnesses.
  • 4. How does it work?First, a bystander will notice the event, andtake note of the events that are transpiring.Second, a bystander will realize that there isan emergency.Third, a bystander will either assumeresponsibility, or assume that other bystanders will assume responsibility for the situation.Fourth, a bystander will either recognize that they have the knowledge to help the situation, oracknowledge that they do not know enough to be helpful.Fifth, a bystander will either act to help the situation, or simply remain an observer.
  • 5. ExamplesIn 1964, 28-year-old Catherine Genovese was attacked andstabbed on the way home from work. Even from repeatedcries for help, none of the 20 or so people in the apartmentbuilding called the police or went to help. 30 minutes passedbefore the police were contacted.
  • 6. ExamplesIn China, 2-year-old girl Yueyue crushed by two vans andleft for dead by nearly 20 passer-by.
  • 7. ExamplesA Homeless man, Hugo Tale-Yax Saves a woman from being stabbed but getsstabbed himself in the process. Surveillance footage shows people walking by,taking pictures, and even shaking the man. He is on the sidewalk for almostand hour and a half before the police were called.
  • 8. Bibliography"The Bystander Effect." About.com Psychology. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Sept. 2012. <http://psychology.about.com/od/socialpsychology/a/bystandereffect.htm>.This website helped me because it gave me a good definition of the Bystander Effect. It also helped by giving me afew examples I could work with."An Explanation of The Bystander Effect." Bystander Effect â!! A Brief Explanation. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Sept. 2012. <http://www.familyhomesecurity.com/an-explanation-of-the-bystander-effect/>.This site helped me by providing me with a good image for mytitle slide. It also gave me a good explanation of the bystander effect.http://blog.lib.umn.edu/stoe0062/psy_1001%20section%2021%20spring%202012/2012/04/the-bystander-effect.html. This site helped meby giving me a good picture for my how it works page."It Was Too Dark: Passers-by Deny Seeing Hit-and-run Toddler Yueyue at Their Feet." The Sydney Morning Herald. N.p., n.d. Web. 21Sept. 2012. <http://www.smh.com.au/world/it-was-too-dark-passersby-deny-seeing-hitandrun-toddler-yueyue-at-their-feet-20111019-1m6rv.html>. This site gave me the information and a video for one of my examples."Understanding the Bystander Effect" â!! Anderson Cooper 360. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Sept. 2012. <http://ac360.blogs.cnn.com/2010/04/26/understanding-the-bystander-effect/>.This website helped me by giving me information on one of my examples.Youtube. Gave me the videos.