Who Helps and Why A Longitudinal Exploration of Volunteer Role Identity Between-Group Closeness and Community Identification as Predictors of Coord

The authors examined social/volunteer role identity and psychological processes that contribute to volunteering behaviors during COVID-19. They document significant positive relationships between volunteer role identity variables in graphs and tables, noting that nurturing these collective processes will "allow communities to harness their most important resource: people with a desire to help others.”
Rate: Favorite:
You must Login to add a comment
  • This item doesn't have any comments

Enter your email address to receive important announcements and updates through the ASPR TRACIE Listserv.