Data from American scenes of disaster substantiate this finding.
For example, in Port Jervis, New York, during a flood crisis in the
1950s, there was rumor of a broken dam and newspapers reported
that most of the 9000in habitants had fled. Actually only an estimated
one-fourth fled. Analysis of those who did flee Port Jervis points up
another misconception. It is often assumed that when people flee
they do so in "flight-panic". Panic is flight where the individual
ceases to play any social role whatsoever and merely flees.
Withdrawal of this type is extremely rare. Most withdrawal behavior
involves definite role playing, especially within primary group
relationships. Thus in the so-called panic flight from
Port Jervis, there was no solitary flight, and 23 percent of those
escaping even made attempts to assist community members outside
of their original fleeing group.
(A) outraged (B) satiric (C) obsequious (D) arrogant (E) outspoken
- cifulikitLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
(A) outraged 被觸犯的 (B) satiric 諷刺的 (C) obsequious 諂媚的
(D) arrogant 傲慢的 (E) outspoken 坦白的 (F) serious 認真的
- 1 decade ago
- 小乖Lv 61 decade ago
Panic is flight where the individual ceases to play any social role
whatsoever and merely flees.
由此可看出 serious 的 tone. It's easy.Source(s): myself
- 大雞大利Lv 51 decade ago