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INTRODUCTION To investigate the response of the society (teenagers) towards the mishap of their surroundings. In other words, it was an observation about the response that we got from different gender and the bystander effect on society
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  • 1. INTRODUCTION To investigate the response of the society (teenagers) towards the mishap of their surroundings.In other words, it was an observation about the response that we got from different gender and the bystander effect on society

2. The experimental subject was the community of Taylors University Lakeside Campus.VARIABLES Independent variable : gender Dependent variable : respond of the student of different genders Extraneous variable : location of the experiment 3. Hypothesis : Females receive more help from the Taylors community than males.Based on the hypothesis ,we can conclude that it is a quantitative experiment . 4. METHOD 5. This experiment studied the respond of students while they saw someone fainted on the floor, different genders of student may give different genders of the victim a different respond and result. 6. DESIGN Independent Variable: -The gender of the researcher who fainted on the floor. Dependent Variable: -Was the respond of the student of different genders.Extraneous Variable: -The location of the researchers fainted. 7. PARTICIPANTS -A total 100 females and 121 males from Taylors University Lakeside Campus involved in this research. 8. This experiment is a tested experiment, participants should not know they are been experimented, after the experiment they will required to filled up a questionnaire form about the research. 9. MATERIALS -A consent form was used in this research.-a camera was also used for this experiment in order to record the whole process. 10. PROCEDURE To prepare for the experiment, a consent form was first created and the procedures for the experiment were formulated. On that day of experiment : Tan Shing Yeou - in charge of the camera Lee Jo Yee record down the data, Khor Seem Leng & Danish Asyik debriefing the participants. 11. PROCEDURE Low Jia Cheng and Liew QIao Li would be the fainted researchers. -First, the camera was set up at an unobvious location to record down the process. - When everything was ready, the researcher would faint on the floor. 12. PROCEDURE -The responds of the bystanders and helpers would be recorded at the same time. -A verbal debriefing was then relayed to the participants. 13. PROCEDURE -After that, the participants were required to fill up the consent form to give permission for being part of the video presentation. -The data were be collected and analysis. Then, researchers would carry out discussion and conclusion depended on the results. 14. PROCEDURE Data collected and analysis made, discussion and conclusion are made. 15. VIDEO TIME 16. DATA ANALYSIS & DISCUSSION 17. LOW JIA CHENGLIEW QIAO LI 18. HYPOTHESISFemales receive more help than malesMANIPULATED VARIABLEGender of coordinatorRESPONDING VARIABLEHelp receivedCONSTANT VARIABLECondition of the coordinator 19. MALE COORDINATOR Number of people that did not help HELP ON MALE BY MALEMale : 61 Female : 53 HELP ON MALE BY FEMALEHELP ON MALECoordinator: Low JiaCheng PEOPLE INVOLVED*TESTS CONDUCTED ON TAYLORS UNIVERSITY LAKESIDE CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY* 20. FEMALE COORDINATOR Number of people that did not help HELP ON FEMALE BY MALEMale : 44 Female : 27 HELP ON FEMALE BY FEMALEHELP ON FEMALECoordinatorPEOPLE INVOLVED: Liew Qiao Li*TESTS CONDUCTED ON TAYLORS UNIVERSITY LAKESIDE CAMPUS COMMUNITY ONLY* 21. 160 16% show emphatic value towards Male 17% show emphatic value towards Female140120100 Total of 221 individuals involved(excluding coordinators).806040200MaleFemaleHelped2115Not Helped11471 22. RECEIVED HELPMALEFEMALEMALE12%20%FEMALE18%26%INFERENCE Females offered more help Females have more emphaty than male Males are perceived (assumed) as stronger Male received less help than female from both females and males 23. In this experiment.By- Standers Effects The phenomenon inwhich the greater the number of people present, the less likely people are to help a person in distres 24. Famous ExampleBibb Latane and John Darleythe amount of time it takes the participant to take action and seek help varies depending on how many other observers are in the room75%38%10% 25. In this experiment, we have observed more than one case of by-stander effect 26. What do they do?Why do they do this? Why is this happening?DIFFUSSION OF RESPONSIBILI TYNEED TO BEHAVE IN SOCIALLY ACCEPTED WAYS 27. 3.53Axis Title2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0 0:301:001:302:002:303:003:304:004:30Female being saved FASTER than male. Female = Weaker Sex 28. CONCLUSION 29. TIME not a variable in this experiment. Non-constant flow of traffic 30. Hypothesis is ACCEPTED. Females receive more help from the Taylors community than males.17 %16 % 31. I'd much rather be a woman than a man. Women can cry, they can wear cute clothes, and they're the first to be rescued off sinking ships. -Gilda RadnerFemale = Weak 32. Female emotional life is generally richer than a mans, and so her need for tenderness is greater.Female = More Empathic 33. THE END THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE

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