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Exploring the Boundaries of Heroes, Celebrities and Role Models after 9/11: Lessons from Shanksville
Unformatted Document Text:  Lessons from Shanksville p. 9 RQ3: Is interpersonal discussion about the terrorist attacks associated with respondents’ visits to the temporary memorial sites in New York and at the Pentagon? Based on the review of literature and more than twenty in-depth interviews with residents of Shanksville, the following relationships were predicted: H1: Personally knowing someone who lived in the area near one of the September 11 th attack sites will be positively associated with visiting the New York City or Pentagon memorial sites. H2: Belief that those on board UA Flight 93 are heroes will be positively associated with leaving something at one or more of the 9/11memorial sites. H3: Meeting family members of those killed on board UA Flight 93 will be positively associated with leaving a memorial at the Shanksville site. H4: Having one or more memorials in the home will be positively associated with leaving a memorial at one of the 9/11 memorial sites. H5: Belief that those on board UA Flight 93 were heroes is positively related to changing one’s perspective about heroes. H6: Identification with those on board UA Flight 93 will be positively associated with the belief that they were heroes. H7: Identification with those on board UA Flight 93 will be positively associated with (a) changing one’s view of heroes, and (b) no longer viewing celebrities as heroes.

Authors: Brown, William. and Fraser, Benson.
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Lessons from Shanksville
p. 9
RQ3: Is interpersonal discussion about the terrorist attacks associated with
respondents’ visits to the temporary memorial sites in New York and at the
Pentagon?
Based on the review of literature and more than twenty in-depth interviews with
residents of Shanksville, the following relationships were predicted:
H1: Personally knowing someone who lived in the area near one of the
September 11
th
attack sites will be positively associated with visiting the
New York City or Pentagon memorial sites.
H2: Belief that those on board UA Flight 93 are heroes will be positively
associated with leaving something at one or more of the 9/11memorial sites.
H3: Meeting family members of those killed on board UA Flight 93 will be
positively associated with leaving a memorial at the Shanksville site.
H4: Having one or more memorials in the home will be positively associated with
leaving a memorial at one of the 9/11 memorial sites.
H5: Belief that those on board UA Flight 93 were heroes is positively related to
changing one’s perspective about heroes.
H6: Identification with those on board UA Flight 93 will be positively associated
with the belief that they were heroes.
H7: Identification with those on board UA Flight 93 will be positively associated
with (a) changing one’s view of heroes, and (b) no longer viewing celebrities as
heroes.


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