"The study finds that in nine out of 10 incidents, at least one bystander intervened, with an average of 3.8 interveners. There was also no significant difference across the three countries and cities, even though they differ greatly in levels of crime"
Turns out people don’t always suck How Often Will Bystanders Help Strangers in Need? - CityLab
"A new study uses camera footage to track the frequency of bystander intervention in heated incidents in Amsterdam; Cape Town; and Lancaster, England." captures the key insights here
A new study uses camera footage to track the frequency of bystander intervention in heated incidents around the world. Results suggest that people are willing to self-police to protect their communities and others, writes .
How often will bystanders help total strangers in need? Almost every time.
A new study uses camera footage to track the frequency of bystander intervention in heated incidents around the world. Results suggest that people are willing to self-police to protect their communities and others, writes .
A new study uses camera footage to track the frequency of bystander intervention in heated incidents around the world. Results suggest that people are willing to self-police to protect their communities and others, writes .
How often will bystanders help total strangers in need? Almost every time.
Sure we are constantly under camera surveillance but at least we can debunk the bystander effect now.
"Human beings are social animals and cooperative creatures: We empathize, forge bonds, and build communities. Instead of putting our heads down and looking away, we are much more likely to intervene when necessary." #cities
"Human beings are social animals and cooperative creatures: Instead of putting our heads down and looking away, we are much more likely to intervene when necessary, even at risk to ourselves—to deter bad behavior and protect others."
How Often Will Bystanders Help Strangers in Need? - CityLab
Surveillance Cameras Debunk the Bystander Effect
People are much more likely to help someone in danger than to stand back and watch ...
Heard that old urban legend about bystanders witnessing a crime and not helping. The truth is just the opposite. My take on a new study
Surveillance cameras show good Samaritans prevail over bystander effect. New study tracks frequency of bystander intervention in heated incidents in Amsterdam; Cape Town; and Lancaster, England. In 9 out of 10 incidents, at least one bystander intervened
Surveillance Cameras Show Good Samaritans Prevail Over Bystander Effect
Is bystander apathy an urban myth? New research using surveillance cameras suggests it may be. 90% of the time when bystanders were present for a conflict, they intervened / helped
Intriguing: "Surveillance Cameras Show Good Samaritans Prevail Over Bystander Effect"