Table of Contents
1. Abstract 2
2. Introduction 2
3. Methods 2
4. Results 3
4.1. Chart 1 answers from subjects 3
4.2. Subjects 4
4.3. Questions 4
5. Discussion 4
6. Conclusions 5
7. Reference List 5
8. Appendix 6
8.1. Interviews transcript. 6
8.1.1. Gabriela Guevara Paredes 6
8.1.2. Magdalena González Vargas 6
8.1.3. Rita Díaz Lobato 7
8.1.4. MaríaEsther Pavón Solana 8
8.1.5. Aida Martínez Vargas 8
The principal objective of this report is to proof that humans are vulnerable to the tragedies or disasters, but also is demonstrated that in times of sadness everybody is a good helper.
The methodology of this report is based in interviews; the information given in the report comes from the interviews and from a previousinvestigation.
In this text is showed that those people that were not in the center of the earthquake thought that it was not a big problem, but then, they noted that it was a really big disaster.
The people that did not lose anything at the earthquake just have a bad remember, they were happy because their families were perfect, and that was the only thing that care about
2. Introduction3.1. And what if one day your city turns upside down? The morning of September 19th in the year of 1985, in the country of Mexico, everything seems to be just one more common day.
3.2.1. That day a magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck the center of Mexico, damaging principally in Mexico City. Hundreds of edifications collapsed, thousands of persons died and millions were suffering forthe tragedy.
3.2.2. Now 25 years later, Mexico stills without a preventive strategy, the purpose of this report is create conscience because this earthquake was not the first, but not even the last.
3.2.3. Mexico or any other country may suffer an event like this one whenever. Without thinking about the past, the future may be worse if we are not prepared.
Todemonstrate the thesis statement, a primary research source has been used, the interview. They answered eight questions; four of them were open questions and the other four were closed questions, they told their answers with clarity and truth.
To write this report, five persons were interviewed; five persons that were in the country at the moment of the disaster, maybe at the center of theproblem or far from it, but them all coincide in one feeling, the sadness and the worry about it.
Interviewed persons had from 15 to 25 years in 1985, so they had an age in which they could remember all the problems that were around them.
The five persons are woman, they reside now in the city of Puebla, but in 1985 not all of them lived where they live now.
5.2. Chart 1 answersfrom subjects
Subject | Q1 | Q2 | Q3 | Q4 | Q5 | Q6 | Q7 | Q8 |
1 | At home | 16 | Anyone | My mother told me to take my little brother | The people that was robbing | Good because my family was ok | Everybody was talking about it | No, in Izúcar de Matamoros |
2 | At home | 20 | Anyone | Mi sister was taking care of the order | The deaths | Worried | Everyone was afraid | No, in Puebla |3 | At work | 23 | Anyone | I thought that it was not a big problem | The culture of prevention is not fomented | Sad | The pain | No, in Puebla |
4 | At school | 18 | Some Friends | It was very long | The devastation | Terribly scared | There was no control | Yes |
5 | At bus | 15 | Anyone | I did not feel it | The deaths | Worried | People looking for their family | No, in Puebla |5.3. Subjects
5.4.4. Guevara Paredes Gabriela
5.4.5. González Vargas Magdalena
5.4.6. Diaz Lobato Rita
5.4.7. Pavón Solana Maria Esther
5.4.8. Martínez Vargas Aida
5.5.9. Where were you at the moment of the first earthquake?
5.5.10. How old were you in 1985?
5.5.11. Did someone of your...
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