Volunteering Applications and methodology Applied Social Psychology



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  • Volunteers have larger and more diverse social networks.
  • Volunteers have more altruistic values, a stronger sense of social responsibility, and a stronger belief in the trustworthiness of others.

So…

But…

  • Does volunteering indeed have these nice benefits for volunteers?
  • Are networks, trust, health, subjective well being the result of volunteering?

Whence the difference?

  • Do the attitudes, values, networks, and health change because people volunteer?
  • This is the common interpretation. CAUSATION:

    Networks

    Voluntary action  Values

    Health

Whence the difference?

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