How children react when they feel that they don't have an equal share of food.

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+24 1. glitch911 commented 3 years ago

1:11 good move boy !
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+4 2. txo commented 3 years ago

yup! I saw somewhere that about one third of all the worlds food is wasted. Sad!
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+5 3. huldu commented 3 years ago

Weird, when I grew up things didn't really go down like that. Hopefully kids are far more giving and caring these days, like in that video... or mankind really isn't evolving very much.
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+13 4. joeman commented 3 years ago

The way we ought to be...
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+1 5. Kendo885 commented 3 years ago

Now do the filming again, but this time with kids who are starving and haven't eaten in days. :)
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0 6. ataneg commented 3 years ago

Talk to me,

My kids are pretty much the same with food. Thanks good they don't know what it means not to have enough, BUT I can imagine that same experiment with one getting 2 toys and the other none
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+2 7. robsen23 commented 3 years ago

so, in which age we forget to share?
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+3 8. curator commented 3 years ago

#7
that depends entirely on yourself.
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+12 9. xxxLesy commented 3 years ago

#5 It is my experience that people who have less and are on the brink of poverty are far more likely to share what little they have.
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+1 10. ErGo_404 commented 3 years ago

I was expecting one of them to start crying really loudly :(
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+8 11. woodhatch commented 3 years ago

They way humans are before conditioning.
Please, do the same experiment with two bankers.
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0 12. sidewinder commented 3 years ago

There is nasty censor in this site.
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+1 13. MindTrick commented 3 years ago

Was i the only one who noticed that the kids that got nothing, but got offered half from the other, they took the biggest piece for themselves. Leaving the one with good heart, less value. And that is today's lesson in a cynical world, give someone your little finger, and whops there goes your hand...
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-1 14. Threeme2189 commented 3 years ago

#13

I noticed that happened several times but only when the kid was given a choice between the two unequal pieces.
When they were offered a specific piece they took it with out complaining.

This is a simple but very interesting experiment 8-)
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+2 15. snotraddict commented 3 years ago

In this environment it's not surprising, but put them in your home and see what happens!

I solved the problem with who's is bigger by allowing the one that did not cut it to pick the half they wanted. You'd need a pretty fine measuring stick to see the difference!
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+1 16. kekke2000 commented 3 years ago

girls are way better at sharing than us boys :|
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0 17. herial commented 3 years ago

THE REASON:
- children are tought to share tings, and to be rightful. when they start to think themselves then it all goes bad.

I WOULD CALL IT GOOD PARENTING!