Identifiable Victim Effect

by csladmin

01.13.2022

The increased likelihood of individuals to feel greater empathy and offer greater aid when a specific, identifiable person (“victim”) is observed under hardship, as compared to a large, vaguely defined group with the same need.

LATEST

  • Top 10 Best Nonprofit Websites
    Read More
  • Is Anyone Even Getting Your Emails?
    Read More
  • The Ultimate Thank You Gift For Donors
    Read More