Session 5 Social Norms and Bystander Intervention

We will be learning and working together as a group in this programme.


Some of the material we will be discussing will be sensitive and some of us will have had personal experience of the things we discuss.


We will all be respectful of personal emotions as we learn.


Please be aware that we will be talking about sensitive issues and issues that might have affected you or people you care about.


If you feel uncomfortable or upset it is fine to leave the space.

Facilitators will understand and are trained to help you. 

Objectives


To examine perceived social norms and how that can impact peoples actions and thoughts.


To evaluate how bystanders can intervene in many different situations during and after the event.


Social Norms Feedback

Differences between perception of your peers behaviour and your own

Social Norms Feedback


70% of your peers would help an intoxicated stranger if they were being lead to a bedroom


100% of you would

Social Norms Feedback


29% of you peers would believe rape didn't occur if a girl only verbally, not physically, resisted


100% believed this was indeed rape

Social Norms Feedback


50% of your peers would stop sexual activity when asked to even when already sexually aroused


90% of you would

4 Stages for intervention

Video discussion questions


Who could have intervened to stop this happening?


When could they have intervened?


New Zealand bystander video 

Methods of intervention

Bystander Intervention Options

Club Coercion

Read through the role play in groups.

Designate a character to people in the group and discuss how you may personally act in that situation.

Healthy, age-appropriate, mutually respectful, safe


Mutually flirtatious, playful


Situation- or age-inappropriate or non-mutual


Harassment


Sexually abusive & violent

When to intervene?

Intent to Coerce

Read through the role play in groups.

Designate a character to people in the group and discuss how you may personally act in that situation.

How might you intervene in the moment?

Suggestions

How might you intervene later?

Suggestions

Confrontation

Shift the person/ change the attitude

Ask another person to intervene

Offer help to the victim

Social Media

Read through the role play in groups.

Designate a character to people in the group and discuss how you may personally act in that situation.

Confrontation 

  1. Express interest in offending person.
  2. Give reasons why you are concerned. 
  3. Share how you/others feel. 
  4. Ask if the offending person understands your point. 
  5. Look at alternative behaviour/ support them in change. 
  • I care
  • I see
  • I feel
  • I want
  • I will

Session Outcomes


To examine perceived social norms and how that can impact peoples actions and thoughts.


To evaluate how bystanders can intervene in many different situations during and after the event.


4 Stages for intervention

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