Bystander Intervention: To help or not
This is a mini-discussion which is briefer than the full class discussions (see the syllabus for more information). You may respond in 5-8 sentences and your response needs to contain specifics versus being general or vague.
Respond to one the following for this mini class discussion:
Name the underlined topic above. Provide an example when you, or someone you know, helped or did not help someone who might have been in need.
Explain the circumstances, the number of people around, the mood and/or values, and why you, or someone you know didn’t help. Connect your example briefly to the Bystander section of the chapter. Psychology in everyday life. Third Edition. David G. Myers, C.Nathan DeWall.