Big city indifference to strangers may be a myth, study suggests
Behavioural experts in London find socio-economic factors to be the keys to helpfulness
Oh, right. And it’ll be the poor ‘elpin each ovver out, righ’?
In paragraph 9 we get told that:
“Most of the variation in whether help was offered was explained by neighbourhood wealth, with help being more forthcoming in higher-wealth neighbourhoods,” the authors wrote in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Ah, no, it’s almost as if there’s some idea like social trust that contributes to the wealth of the community, isn’t it?