SYMPATHY AND ALTRUISM IN RESPONSE TO DISASTERS: A DUTCH AND CANADIAN COMPARISON
Subjects (N = 343) were students at a Dutch and Canadian university who provided ratings of sympathy and financial assistance for victims of ten international disasters. Canadian subjects expressed greater sympathy and gave more money from a personal windfall than did Dutch subjects. Females overall expressed greater sympathy, although males and females provided equal amounts of assistance.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1997-01-01
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