Volume : 4, Issue : 10, OCT 2018
OF PANIC AND MOURNING
Panic and mourning are two distinct emotional constructs that often intersect and interplay in landscapes of conflict, violence, crisis, tragedy and catastrophe, both natural and man-made. Whereas panic tends to occur during the experience of the catastrophic events, mourning, on the other hand, relates to the aftermath of a violent disruption and to the way humans try to make sense of it retrospectively. Conversely, violent events can also leave a thread of panic in its aftermath, such as mourning can be disturbed or reinstated by a catastrophic occurrence.
PANIC, FEAR, THREAT, BASELESS, UNWISE, RUMOUR, MOURNING, SORROW, REGRET.