Brownbag@Jethro 20/4/18

Brownbag Session: 20 April 2018 1pm @ AS4 02-08 Jethro, our graduate student, will be presenting his research on “See something say something: How feasibility and desirability concerns affect intention to report a person exhibiting extreme behaviours” Find out more about his research below~ Be there or be square! ~~~~~

See something say something: How feasibility and desirability concerns affect intention to report a person exhibiting extreme behaviours Abstract In several cases of terror attacks, it has been reported that family members and friends do notice warning signs in the radicalised individual in the days leading to the attack, but did not to report these radicalised persons to the relevant help or services. This happens despite efforts to encourage citizens to report suspicious activities to the authorities. One way to understand this phenomenon is to explore how feasibility and desirability concerns affect the decision-making process of reporting someone. A series of studies were conducted to explore how feasibility and desirability concerns interact with individual traits to affect intention to report a person exhibiting extreme behaviours.

Brownbag@Jethro 20/4/18

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