Egoism and Altruism

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A Bystander is an individual who portrays an unacceptable behavior. It could be something of great importance or less. It might happen once or repeatedly. All through the bystander knows that his or her behavior is destructive or might cause a critical situation worsen.

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Comparing and Contrasting Egoism and AltruismNameInstitutional AffiliationA Bystander is an individual who portrays an unacceptable behavior. It could be something of great importance or less. It might happen once or repeatedly. All through the bystander knows that his or her behavior is destructive or might cause a critical situation worsen.Most of the people who show this kind of behavior, believe that someone else will come in to stop them from the troubling situation. So they tend to do the same thing repeatedly. Bystanders most of the time tends to force others to do things on their favor. They believe that, someone will turn on them next if they give in (King & McGinnies, 2013).Friend most of the time cover each other's bad behavior. They keep the friendship despite the fact that one of them does not like other's behavior. In such situations majority of the people just d

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