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American Bystander. 1) Magazine founded by writer/actor Brian McConnachie (National Lampoon, Saturday Night Live) circa 1981 with a group of post-college editors and contributors, including Doug Kirby, Ken Smith, Mike Wilkins, Dorothy Wilson, Margot Sheehan, Jack Barth, and Bruce Handy. There was one pilot issue. 2) A print and online investment newsletter founded around 1998 by William Cobbett. Currently it is maintained as a WordPress blog with the tagline "An Economic Newsletter for All the People."
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What does Bystander mean?

A bystander is a person who is present at an incident or event, but  does not participate. An example is someone that may have seen a  crime scene or a spectator at an event

What does the word bystander mean?

    Someone who sees or listens but is not involved (such as listening a conversation that does not concern a person).

What is bystander inhibition?

NOTE: A quick Google search suggests that the term is mainly medical.   ___   In the context of the Holocaust the bystanders were the people who stood aside and watched

What is meant by a bystander in the Holocaust?

In the context of the Holocaust, the word bystander is generally used of people who were neither victims nor perpetrators, but who knew (at least in outline) what was happenin

What is the bystander effect?

The psychological phenomenon known as the "bystander effect" occurs  when someone is a witness to a crime and offers no help to the  victim while other people are present. T

What is the bystander intervention problem?

Bystander intervention unfortunately often brings on what is known as "the mob mentality" where people alone wouldn't act the same negative way as they will as part of a group

What is a passive bystander?

First, "bystander" refers to a person nearby something, such as a crime, but not involved in that thing. "Passive" could either mean that the bystander is not active, inferrin

Why are bystanders from the holocaust responsible?

"Responsible" is overstating it a bit, but passive bystanders do share the guilt to an extent, as is expressed in the old saying: "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is