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Describe a recent anger- or excitement-driven panic that was reported in the press, and specifically the “Schelling incident” that set off the panic.1. Describe the event and what classifies it as anger or excitement driven.2. Be sure to specifically address the “Schilling incident” that set off the panic.3. Finally, provide an assessment of law enforcement response to the event. Did LE appear to meet the elements of the police response? If yes, explain why. If no, explain why you think they did not (what prevented that from happening).Helpful InformationThe Schilling Incident• Typically seen in an anger or excitement-driven panic.• Named after Thomas Schelling (1960), the first to describe this dynamic of panic.• It is an incident that acts to initiate the panic and cause participants to abandon their own moral and ethical controls and behave in accordance with the goals and expectations of the larger group.The L.A. Riots of 1992: Incident: The jury’s acquittal of the officers charged in the beating of Rodney King.• Schelling incidents can be something as simple as the sound of glass breaking, or perhaps the use of force by police. It serves as a signal to participants that they will not be acting alone.There are four types of mass panic:• Fear-driven panic• Desperation-driven panic• Anger-driven panic• Excitement-driven panic

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