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Development of the Benefits Of Helping Scale

Development of the Benefits Of Helping Scale  by  Adam Vogel, Susan Torres-Harding, Cheronda Steele, & Kyle Kittleson

Development of the Benefits Of Helping Scale

Adam Vogel, Susan Torres-Harding, Cheronda Steele, & Kyle Kittleson
Department of Psychology, Roosevelt University

The processes whereby privileged individuals choose to help others from socially disadvantaged groups remain poorly understood. The purpose of this study is to develop a scale to measure potential perceived benefits for helping others from disadvantaged groups. This scale holds promise for potentially evaluating the efficacy of classroom interventions to motivate people to become engaged in dialogue and action around social justice, a key tenet of social justice education.


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Adam Vogel, Susan Torres-Harding, Cheronda Steele, & Kyle KittlesonAdam Vogel, Susan Torres-Harding, Cheronda Steele, & Kyle Kittleson

Adam Vogel, Susan Torres-Harding, Cheronda Steele, and Kyle Kittleson are affiliated with the Department of Psychology of Roosevelt University.


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