Nuclear Crisis Help
posted by Anonymous on .
the workers who have been trying to bring the nuclear crisis under control volunteered 4 the job. what factors might they have weighed when deciding whether or not to stay behind and help. What qualities do you think these people must possess? Why do you suppose the japanese people consider them to be heros? Give reasons to support your response.
This is only what i came up with. i need more, i cant explain myslef.
Factors would be that its risky for them, they may not be able to survive, which will shatter their families, but to save the country that's the only option they have. Qualties they possess must be sincerity, hardworking, passionate, and loyal. The japanese people consider them to be heros because they have helped reduce chances of others losing their lives, helped save the country, and protect all those individuals, by risking their own lives.
I have had a lot of experience with Heroes. Seldom can one really determine their motivation at the time of the act. However, often these folks are characterized as empathetic, and caring individuals. But I warn you, this is always not the case.
Here, I suspect worker ethnos in the workgroup is playing a great part.