Altruistic Actions in COVID-19 Corpses Care: Empathy, Modeling, and More

Hazim, Hazim and Anggraenni, Ratih Puspita and Mehrinigor, Akhmedova (2023) Altruistic Actions in COVID-19 Corpses Care: Empathy, Modeling, and More. Atlantic Press, The Netherland & France.

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This article aimed to investigate the determinants of altruistic behavior in a small group of volunteers who chose to handle the corpses of COVID-19 patients during the pandemic. The study used a qualitative, phenomenological approach and conducted in-depth interviews with five subjects who were members of Muhammadiyah volunteers in Sidoarjo. The results of the study identified five factors that drove the altruistic actions of the subjects: feeling of empathy, modeling, belief in reciprocal principles, organizational values, and religiosity. However, the study’s limitations included a small sample size, which means that the findings may not be generalizable to other cases. The implications of this study suggest that more research is needed to better understand the factors that drive altruistic behavior in different contexts

Item Type: Other
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > School of Psychologycal Science
Depositing User: Hazim Hazim
Date Deposited: 03 Dec 2023 21:47
Last Modified: 03 Dec 2023 21:47

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