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Saturday, June 17, 2017

The Compartmentalisation of Grief and Tragedy: RIP

INDIVIDUAL
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INTERPERSONAL : SCIENCES
humanistic ----------------------------------------- mechanistic
SOCIOLOGY : POLITICAL
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POPULATION



a person

A LOVED ONE

(timeframe: grief)

(timeframe: Why)

(timeframe: answers)
to questions that should not need be asked 
(again and again....)

'problem'

Fear

uncertainty

advice

flight OR fight

values

ethics

morality

PSYCHO-

a house
a house
.
.
.
a house
a house
Fire a house fighting
Fire a house fighting
.
.
Fire a house fighting
Fire a house fighting
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strength of towers
cladding - facade

material science

introducing: dead space

"probably"
'problem'

property: transparency vs opaque

(time-frame: risk, evidence)

-PHYSICAL
SOCIO-

a HOME

a group of people

family friends

social housing

a community

the most terrible of good-byes

Towers of Strength

SPIRITUAL

(timeframe: social justice)

D.ANGER

'problem'

introducing: a 'new' home

-POLITICAL

property

material evidence

facade - cladding

cost
££ value $$

Health & Safety Law

Building regulations

(timeframe: Public Inquiry)
(timeframe: ACTION)

GOV.UK

'problem'

'political correctness'?

local-regional-national

introducing: another Public Inquiry


Some reflections on the tragic event at Grenfell Tower, London, UK.

Personal note: In posting this, of course, I do not wish to trivialise the enormity of what has happened, the point is that even in disasters - across the world, tools are needed to reflect, think critically, to support learning in order to ultimately assure a safer future for all...


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