He was walking and found a group of people around a man who had fell and found him self getting involed
Basically a man was jogging along a road. Then a middle age who he saw on the ground apparently fell down. No one checked to see if he was okay or call 911. They just merely failed to act. They were not evil they were just scared to stand out.
There was a group of people were standing around the man who had fallen. The guy who came up asked what happened and identified himself as a doctor. The guy was not breathing and no one in the crowd had call 911. They all looked concerned, but no one had done the one critical thing, which was calling 911. Everyone in a big group thinks the other will step up and do the right thing, but at the end, no one does.
He was jogging along Lake Michigan and saw a large crowd of people surrounding a man on the gorund. He had asked if anyone had seen what happened, and then tried to help. Not one person in the group had called 911 yet and that shocked him.
A man was jogging when he suddenly saw a large crowd surrounding a man on the ground. Two people were trying to shake him awake, but the others just stood there. The man had no pulse, and when the jogger asked if anyone had called 911 no one answered.
Some guy was doing his usual daily stuff when he see's some person on the ground. When they tried to wake them up there was no response. Later when there were others he would yell out "did anyone call 911?" and no one would answer. RIP Mr. Ground man
the article wrote that most of us have the urge to want to help someone in need, but fail to do so because we want someone to do it first, we want to go and help that person, but arr afraid of being the only one doing it, or standing out. it shows we would rather be in a group of people than stand out, even if standing out could mean life or death
The article talked about how a man collapsed in front of a group of people and they were huddled around him and one guy came in and said he was a doctor and checked to see if he was breathing or if he had a pulse and he didn't. He asked the group if anyone has called 911 and no one has. The study shows that people don't do anything to help because with a group pf people, they wait for someone else to take charge before they do then they will help.
He was walking and saw a group of people surrounding a man on the ground, he ended up becoming involved in the situation.
A man was jogging and saw a group of people huddled around a man who had collapsed but no one had called 9-1-1. The articles states that you could dodge independence or you can act out on it.
The amount of people in a group does have an effect on how a situation plays out.Although even though more people you think the better,that is the opposite.With more people around a scene nobody wants to own up and be responsible and take charge.It is a proven fact that people will wait to see if somebody else will own up and take responsibility first.
There was a group of people were standing around the man who had fallen. The man had no pulse, and when the jogger asked if anyone had called 911 no one answered.
When a task is placed before a group of people, there's a strong tendency for each individual to assume someone else will take responsibility for ii so no one does.
This man was jogging around lake Michigan and saw a lot of people crowded around one man and he asked if anyone had called 911 and he was shocked that no one had.
He was on a jog when he came across a large group of people surrounding something. he pushed his way through and saw a man on the ground. he asked a woman what had happened. she said that he fell. He told everyone that he was a doctor and started to check him over. while doing this he asked if anyone called for help. No called for any sort of help.
A man was jogging and suddenly collapsed and everyone gathered around him but no one bothered to call 911.
the diffusion of responsibility.when a task is placed before a group of people, there's a strong tendency for each individual to assume someone else will take responsibility for it—so no one does. They did the one thing which meant live and death for the person because they thought someone else was going to do it.
The title of the article is, "The Diffusion Of Responsibility". The article was about people not helping other people due to the unique. It wasn't an evil crowd that was glad someone had collapsed, they just didn't know how to react to the given situation.
The article I read awas bout a man that had fallen and was not breathing and a large group of people stood before him, but no one did anything. Not even anything as simple as calling 911. The reason that people do not act is the rule called the diffusion of responsibility. Which basically means when a task is placed before a group of people, there's a strong tendency for each individual to assume someone else will take responsibility for it, so no one does anything at all.
A man was walking and he collapsed, a group of people were surrounding him. Two people on the group helping him, then the doctor came and felt his pulse and heartbeat and ask if they had called 9-1-1. No one answered. The diffusion of responsibility is thinking someone else will do it especially in a critical situation. Just like Kitty Genoveces, around 38 people stood around and everyone thought the next person will do it.
A man was jogging along Lake Michigan and saw a crowd surrounding a man who was laying down on the ground, He walked toward the crowd and was 2 people standing over him trying to shake him awake. He asked what had happened and a women answered him saying that he must have tripped and fallen. He said that he was a doctor and pushed through the crowd. He checked the man pulse and there was nothing. He then checked if he was breathing, there was nothing. He asked if anyone had called 9-1-1 but no one answered. He believes that the crowd isn't bad but they thought someone else would call 9-1-1. That's exactly what physiologists said about Kitty.
There was a group of people around a person that has fallen. And a person that has claimed himself to be a doctor came up and ask what has happened. A woman said he fell. The doctor ask has anyone called 9-11, no one answered. Everyone thought someone would call 9-11 but no one did.
One man who identified himself as a doctor asked a alrge group of people what happened to the man who had fallen. When the man asked if anyone has called 9-1-1 no one answered. People tend to think that it is not their problem or responsibility to do something, or they are too busy to do something. Everybody think that other people or someone will help if they don't help, so in the end no one would help.
In today's article we read that many actions depend on who you are around whether you are around a group or an individual. For example, there was a man walking who suddenly fell and no one called 9-1-1 except for himself. But if he was around only one person things would have went down differently.
He was jogging , he upon a large crowd surrounding a middle-aged man lying spine on the ground. So now people we getting involved because he wasn't breathing and nobody didn't call 911. Now this man was shock that nobody didn't do anybody, the doctor call 911 and so they shake him in he wasn't wake.
A man was running and this man awas on the ground and helped him
A man was walking in he had collapsed and a group of people stopped and helped him.