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Title: Volunteering: The Role of Individual-level Psychological Variables
Authors: Dharma Raju Bathini, Neharika Vohra
Issue/Year: Apr-2014
Section: Research
Abstract: Drawing on the literature on prosocial behavior, this study seeks to enhance the understanding of the role of traits, values, and self-efficacy beliefs in volunteering. It distinguishes between help and involvement volunteering. A survey administered to postgraduate students studying in a professional college showed that agreeableness and extraversion traits, universalism values, and social self-efficacy beliefs influenced help volunteering while extraversion trait, stimulation values, and social self-efficacy beliefs influenced involvement volunteering.
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