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    Kitty Genovese Murder

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    It was 3 AM in New York City and this is the time when the brutal killing of Kitty Genovese. I believe that if her neighbors did not just watch and listen to her cries but if they have called the police i believe that kitty genovese would have been still alive. Kitty Genovese was murdered by a crazed man by the name of Winston Moseley. They say it took 2.5 Minutes for the police to get their and the murder had happen in a time span of 30 minutes and in those 30 minutes the killer had been drawn…

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    quite a bit of a stir. It was a social experiment dealing with public domestic violence. When the male actor was publicly abusing the female actress, many male bystanders stepped in to stop the abuse; some even got into physical fights with the actor in order to protect the actress’s honor. However, when the roles were reversed, not one bystander stepped in to help the actor. He was being actively abused, even as far as having his head banged against the windows of stores and being thrown to…

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    but by those who watch them without doing anything"- Albert Einstein. Being a bully and being a bystander have some similarities and differences. Some of the similarities are they both feel guilty, cause the target to feel pain, and face consequence. Some of the differences are the bystander encourages the hand the bully might be the cause of suicide. Which is worse a bully or a bystander? A bystander is worse because they feel guilty, they don't do anything to help the victim, they get stuck…

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    “The Lottery” is a short story written by Shirley Jackson in the month of June in 1948. The story is about an annual tradition, called the lottery, held in an anonymous small village. All of the villagers gather for the annual event and Mr. Summers conducts a quick roll call. Each one of the residents of the village draws a piece of paper from the black box. As this happens, the villagers start to talk with one another how some nearby villages have stopped following the tradition of the lottery.…

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    Ana Mendieta Tree Of Life

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    [2] We could never get the full effect of her original pieces unless we were there, that much is true, but through the slides and film strips we see of hers, we know she wanted her work to be seen, distributed, and known throughout the art world and beyond. It would be impossible to get the same quality or effect as a performance piece, or an earth-body work, but the idea would still get across to the viewer. Though Ana…

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    Why? If I were in need of assistance, I think I would prefer a few bystanders to be present. That way there would be less diffusion of responsibility (Kenrick, Neuberg, & Cialdini, 2015, p. 288), and, therefore, more likely I would receive help. Describe a time when you noticed someone in need but you failed to act because…

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    The Fatal Third Attack In the article “37 Who Saw Murder Didn’t Call the Police,” Martin Gansberg describe how the death of Catherine Genovese happened and how as many as 37 people witness the murder but did not call the authorities to investigate the situation before it was too late. Gansberg explains that on March 13, 1964, at 3:20 AM, Catherine Genovese had just parked her car and was heading home to her apartment on 82-70 Austin Street, as she was approaching the apartment she noticed a man…

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    The killing occurred on October 31 at 11:59 PM. 38 persons were at the event, one survived.The interview with the one remaining witness did not go as planned. I asked if she saw the killer and she gave me one of those no-you-imbecilic-bagel looks. I asked if she suspected anyone of being the killer. She pointed, I didn't know who or what she pointed to but it was in my direction. I wondered who she pointed to.What I didn't know, was that the killer was closer to me than expected. I don't…

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    The hotel Monte Vista was built in 1926. It is located in Flagstaff , Arizona. The hotel opened on New Year’s Day in 1927. The tourism was in the mid 1920’s ,the local residents areeds Flag staff needed the first-class accommodations. The old existing hotels were outmoded. The began in April of 1926,and within 1 month it is investments of prominent citizens , funds donated by the novelist Zane Grey and totaled roughly $2000,000. In 1970 there were three men who robbed the bank…

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    has turned one victim’s world upside down. Many bystanders surround the victim, but no one rushes to help. A few witnesses call 911; however, either none of them know how to assist the victim or they may be afraid of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, incorrectly. First responders arrive on scene and immediately check the victim’s vital signs, then begin CPR and whisk away the victim to the nearest hospital. Because the initial bystanders refrained from performing CPR, the victim…

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