Helping Ukraine : Mechanisms promoting extra-group prosociality towards the Ukrainians during the 2022 invasion (poster)



Rok publikování 2022
Druh Další prezentace na konferencích
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

Popis Across many countries, the Russian invasion of Ukraine prompted individuals to help anonymous and more or less distant Ukrainians fleeing or defending their country. Utilizing this crisis as a natural experiment, we tested evolutionary mechanisms hypothetically responsible for this surge of extra-group prosociality, focusing on kin-based, kith-based, and indirect reciprocity, and moralizing gods beliefs. On a sample of 3051 participants from 16 countries recruited in an online survey, we measured relatedness coefficients, reciprocal relations with Ukrainian friends, cultural and geographical distance from Ukraine, and moralizing gods beliefs to test their effects on three forms of extra-group prosociality: monetary donations, volunteering, and attending pro-Ukraine happenings. While attending happenings is predicted by kin and kith ties, volunteering is also predicted by the belief in a moralizing god. Data on monetary donations are still being cleaned and are yet to be modeled. For now, we argue that the differences in the effects of the studied predictors rely to the costliness of the forms of extra-group prosociality and the sampled populations’ distance from Ukraine.
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