According to sociologist Randall Collins, judging from battlefield casualty ratios going back to medieval times, _ incompetent violence ____ is even more frequent in hand-to-hand combat with swords, knives, spears, bayonets, clubs, etc. As defined by sociologist Randall Collins, _ forward panic _____ starts with the typical feelings of tension and fear in a conflict situation. But in a/an _ forward panic ____, the tension cannot be immediately released. Engagement with the opponent is prolonged and so the tension and fear build up inside the participants. When the opportunity to engage with the opponent finally occurs, all the stored-up tension and fear comes out in a rush. This is (a/an) _ Forward panic ___ and it is the most dangerous of all social situations. [Same answer goes in all 3 blanks.] As noted by sociologist Randall Collins, what are some examples of historical events that exemplify the phenomenon of forward panic? Officers in a police car pursue a suspect who is fleeing the crime scene, helicopter full of soldiers maneuver through a fire zone. - Rodney king beating, My Lai massacre during the Vietnam War, Colombine, killing of Alton Sterling Baton Rouge, Philandro Castile As explained by sociologist Randall Collins, not all horrific violence is the result of forward panic. Another source of such violence is: Deliberate orders from commanding officers, scorched earth policies, punishments or retaliatory acts by terrorists.
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