A crash course in changing the world.
I am very interested in phenomena like human stampedes as an act of mass impulse among a crowd of people in which the crowd collectively begins running with no clear direction or purpose for example during an offical sporting or music event. So I decided for the fourth secret "Managing Panic in a Pandemic".
Furthermore it's very interesting for me how journalists react during a pandemic and how they publish information of the government to the general population. In this context Dori Reissman talks about the concept of "psychological first aid and that
[...] she hopes that journalists will infuse their stories with the five elements of psychological first aid - safety, calming, connection, efficacy and hope [...]
Panic really is about a loss of social order, a loss of internal order. Most of the time people are running around doing what they believe is self-protective. It's not panic, but it might not be social order.