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What makes a young assertive bystander? The effect of intergroup contact, empathy, cultural openness, and in-Group bias on assertive bystander intervention intentions.

Abbott, Nicola ; Cameron, Lindsey

Abbott, Nicola and Cameron, Lindsey (2014) What makes a young assertive bystander? The effect of intergroup contact, empathy, cultural openness, and in-Group bias on assertive bystander intervention intentions. Journal of Social Issues, 70 (1). pp. 167-182. [Tạp chí có phản biện]

ISSN: 0022-4537

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    What makes a young assertive bystander? The effect of intergroup contact, empathy, cultural openness, and in-Group bias on assertive bystander intervention intentions.
  • Tác giả: Abbott, Nicola ; Cameron, Lindsey
  • Chủ đề: H Social Sciences
  • Là 1 phần của: Abbott, Nicola and Cameron, Lindsey (2014) What makes a young assertive bystander? The effect of intergroup contact, empathy, cultural openness, and in-Group bias on assertive bystander intervention intentions. Journal of Social Issues, 70 (1). pp. 167-182.
  • Mô tả: The present research tests the indirect effects of intergroup contact on adolescents’ bystander intervention intentions via four potential mediators: “empathy,” “cultural openness,” “in-group bias,” and “intergroup anxiety.” British adolescents (N = 855), aged 11–13 years, completed measures of intergroup (interethnic) contact and the identified indirect variables. Intended bystander behavior was measured by presenting participants with an intergroup (immigrant) name-calling scenario. Participants rated the extent to which they would behave assertively. The findings extend previous intergroup contact research by showing a significant indirect effect of intergroup contact on assertive bystander intentions via empathy, cultural openness and in-group bias (but not via intergroup anxiety). Theoretical implications and practical suggestions for future prejudice-reduction interventions are discussed.
  • Số nhận dạng: ISSN: 0022-4537

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