Katrina%27s Children extra credit

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Alexis Levine Education 2130 March 24 th 2011 Katrina’s Children (Video- 2 extra credit points) 1) What psychological impact (focus on how they interpreted their experiences- anxiety, fear) did Katrina have on the children? The children thought they could return to their homes, but they couldn’t. Some witnessed deaths in person while others that escaped watched from TV’s with their families. They had no electricity and no food. Some ran out of money. They knew it was coming, but they didn’t realize how badly it would it. They had fear and some would have nightmares. Even though this one little boys thing were fine he still viewed Katrina as “evil” and was really sad for all the other families. He feels like he should be giving more. These children witnessed events and people dying so young when most people would never see this in their entire life. 2) What were some of the commonalities between their: a) Experiences b) Psychological impact They don’t want a new house they want their same house back. They didn’t think it would actually ruin their entire home and tear their memories
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