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Organ Donation Campaign
This paper discusses a campaign to encourage organ donation.
# 123929 | 3,750 words | 20 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Sociology (Theory) , Psychology (Motivation Studies) , Biology (General) , Communication (General)

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This paper outlines a campaign to encourage organ donation, proposing a slogan and choosing Robert Redford as its spokesperson. Twelve concepts of psychology and physiology are selected upon which to base the campaign: self-fulfilling prophecy, schemata, halo effect, familiarity, Bandura's self-efficacy, self-affirmation, sociobiology, gender-differentiated expectations, compliance, Social Comparison Theory, Social Identity Theory, groupthink.

From the Paper:

"A campaign to encourage organ donation must be thoughtfully designed to consider both key concepts of psychology and human motivation and the existing views and realities of organ donation prevalent throughout society. Any campaign intended to prompt people to undertake a specification must acknowledge and address motivational issues that might hinder them from proceeding with the action as well as motivational issues that would encourage them to do so. With respect to organ donation many individuals are torn wanting to give the gift of life ..."

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