Some Misunderstandings Related To WTC Collapse Analysis

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Annotated Bibliography Annotated Bibliography “A National Survey of Stress Reactions after the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks.” (2001). Journal of Medicine, 345; 1207-1512. Retrieved from This article discusses the general perception of the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001. The terrorist attack was the first major catastrophe in the US that was nationally televised, and broadcast through social media in real time. Individuals at the scene experience traumatic stress. The event was described as the attack on America, and many citizens felt that connect with the victims because any citizen could have been at work in the Trade center or be on a plane that day. “September…show more content…
This event opened up an era of crisis, and constitutes the global war on terrorism. After the attack our government started to open up about the terror cell of the…show more content…
International Journal of Protective Structures, 117-126. This article elaborates on variables associated with the collapse of the North Tower of the World Trade Center. The previously published quantifications of inertia, column capacity, and the assumptions related to the beginning of downward motion, are examined and corrected. The reasons for false conclusions reached in several previous analyses are presented. “Political Tolerance and Coming to Psychological Closure Following the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks: An Integrative Approach.” (2004). Pers Soc Psychol Bull, Vol. 30 no. 6, pg. 743-756. This Article tested hypotheses generated from an integrative model of political tolerance that derived hypotheses from a number of different social psychological theories to explain political tolerance following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Value affirmation, moral outrage, and outgroup derogation also facilitated post-9/11 psychological closure and increased psychological closure led to greater political tolerance.

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