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Do People Always Respond to Crisis too Late?

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Charles Panigeo

on 16 September 2016

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Transcript of Do People Always Respond to Crisis too Late?

People Always Respond to a Crisis when it's too Late
Leisure/Media
Agree
Have to be on social media
Lines can be jammed up
Have to find out how to find the information
Social/Cultural
Politics & Government
Agree
TSA
New tech/regulations implemented after it was needed
Still fail 96% fake bomb tests
only protect last way planes were highjacked/bombed
Environment
Agree
the world changes slowly
small changes aren't noticed until it's too late
Elena, Rachel, Lena, and Charles
Disagree
Response team watching headlines 24/7
Use and watch social media

Disagree
Government alerts citizens about a potential crisis as soon as it exists
Government takes control
Alerts come through social media
Politicians work together for solutions
Bibliography
Science/ Technology
Agree
Politicians take too much time making agreements
Bills and laws have to be passed
Extra government regulations
Leaders worry more about their addressing speeches that the actual problem
Disagree
how do we define a crisis?
how do we know if it really is too late?
What safety measures do we already have in place?
Disagree
Micro computers
Used for decades
Help in crisis management
data collection
help people react quickly in emergency
Agree
Psychology: The bystander effect
Presence of others discourage individual from intervening in crisis
Disagree
BMC Public health:
Analysis of 6 attempted suicides
Crisis response very swift in all cases
People Always Respond to a Crisis when it's too Late
People Always Respond to a Crisis when it's too Late
People Always Respond to a Crisis when it's too Late
People Always Respond to a Crisis when it's too Late
People Always Respond to a Crisis when it's too Late
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