• Diploncik
    way to her tears. 5. Shall we go and help him? – No, he said he was not to be interfered with. 6. I‟m at my wits‟ end what to do. – Oh, come, dont give way to panic. 7. Do you think he‟ll take the news calmly? – Oh, no, he‟s sure won‟t give way to his temper. 8. Why didn‟t you tell Janet that you...
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  • Perception on Hypocrisy
    of ‘not being true to oneself’ is omitted, hypocrisy generally resulted in a good thing, for example; a person might not follow it through himself but if his advices changes other people for the better, then where’s the wrong in that? In the words of M. Simmon (2007), “I don't see why it would be...
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  • What Is ‘Whistleblowing’
    by M. Donkin from Miceli, M. P., Van Scotter, J. R., Near, J. P. and Rehg, M. 2001, ‘Responses to perceived organisational wrongdoing: do perceiver characteristics matter?’, in J. M. Darley, D. M. Messick and T. R. Tyler (eds), Social Influences on Ethical Behaviour, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates...
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  • Beginning at the End
    lost as she felt. “Can I help you miss?” He asked looking as if he wanted to run and find someone to back him up. “I‟m not sure really. My husband hit me last night; I dont know where he is now…I left a few hours ago but he had left before that. I haven‟t been home all night; I went to the park...
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  • Talking English
    C. Why dont you ask him if he still needs help. If not, then check out the reporting issue.” A: “John? I‟ve been meaning to talk to you about him.” B: “What‟s the problem?” A: “I dont want to be out of line, but he‟s very difficult to work with. He looks over my shoulder all the time and doesn‟t...
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  • Bystander Intervention
    – ‘moral decay’, ‘dehumanisation caused by the urban environment’, ‘alienation’, ‘existential despair’. Suggested rational and irrational fears about own safety needed to be taken into account too (as per Milgram and Hollander) as to why people did not help. Suggested that the presence of other onlookers...
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  • Assistant Manager
    we dont trust Him and dont believe His promises. I‟m sure you‟re thinking now that God has left many of your prayers unanswered 47 and that‟s why you have trouble believing He will keep His promises. Have you ever considered that your refusal to surrender your will, your all, to Him may be...
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  • Satan Get Lost
    people, but are now the people of God" 1 Peter 2:9-10a Now your ways are past finding out (John 3:8). You?re a sign and a wonder! Decked in God?s holiness! Showing forth His glory on the earth. But, if you don?t know all these, you will live and die like mere men! Look, sickness should see you and...
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  • Bystander Behaviour
    , peoples’ responsibility to help decreases (Latane and Darley 1968).  One may conjecture that if there had been twelve people on the mountain that day the fallen climbers may have had a significantly increased chance of survival. Personal responsibility seems to decrease as bystanders increase...
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  • Acts of God 2
    ; seems to antagonize people.” “You look like a schoolboy; what can you expect?” “I suppose. Listen, I dont mean to be rude, but…” “Harvey, I‟m just curious; when you said you resented being called scum, were you just being cute or did you mean to imply that you are indeed an atheist?” “Well, my...
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  • skewness in tqm
    QualityManagement At an age when most people have retired, Philip B. Crosby, W. Edwards Deming, and Joseph M. Juran continue an untiring pace of work--conducting seminars, consulting with clients, and writing new texts. They have devoted their lives to helping organizations improve the quality of...
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  • Cialdini
    bystander intervention in emergencies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 10, 215-221. Latan6, B., & Darley, J. M. (1968b). The unresponsive bystander: Why doesn't he help? New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Latane, B., & Nida, S. (1981). Ten years of research on group size and helping...
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  • exam 2 study guide
    samaritan study (darley and batson) – being in a hurry matters if they will help or not 2. interpreting that help is needed – argument study (shotland and straw) staged fight where they are married or don’t know each other 3. taking responsibility for helping – smoke filled room study (latané and...
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  • Social Psychology
    . Chaiken, S. Cialdini, R. B. Clark, M. S. Cooper, J. Crocker, J. Darley, J. M. Davis, K. E. Deaux, K. Deutsch, M. Devine, P. G. Eagly, A. H. Ekman, P. Fazio, R. H. Festinger, L. Fishbein, M. Fiske, S. T. Gilbert, D. T. Greenberg, J. Greenwald, A. G. Hamilton, D. L. Hastie, R. Heider, F. Higgins, E. T...
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  • Totalqualityleadership
    on the basics of the DON TQL approach and perhaps serve to dispel some misconceptions. The authors of this Primer, Drs. Archester Houston and Steven L. Dockstader, were two of the first people involved in the development and application of the DON TQL approach while they worked at the Navy Personnel...
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  • Marketing Notes
    business, like the priest and the Levite in chapter 26. In that case time pressure was the excuse, but an experiment by John Darley and Bibb Latané suggests that there is another explanation for people’s failure to act as they should. The participating students were lured to the lab under the pretext of...
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  • Discuss Factors That Facilitate or Impede Helping Behaviours.
    whether to help a person, we look to observe the behaviour of other bystanders. Darley and Latane propose that if one person offers to help, or declares the situation as an emergency, we are more likely to follow suit. However, if nobody chooses to become involved or offers to help, we are less...
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  • Ems Personalities
    basis, even the emergencies of others.    References Barron-Tieger, B., & Tieger, P. D. (1995). Do what you are: discover the perfect career for you through the secrets of personality type. Boston: Little, Brown. DARLEY, J. M., & LATANE, B. (1968). BYSTANDER INTERVENTION IN EMERGENCIES...
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  • Miss
    , there‟s a company called Linqia (http://www.linqia.com/) Well, they haven‟t done something on Facebook for some reason. I dont know why. But they‟ve cultivated the people who own the such and such group on Myspace, and own a such and such booth on Bebo. And, they‟ve cultivated that person so that...
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  • Picture Discription
    things in exams. Here you have some techniques and exam tips I have put together to help you describe a picture or photograph. Study them carefully and decide on how to structure your picture description. Don´t worry if you find it a bit difficult at first, we´ll practise a lot to make things easier...
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