Most people want to know more information about the shooting at the FF UK, according to the survey

Most people want to know more information about the shooting at the FF UK, according to the survey
Most people want to know more information about the shooting at the FF UK, according to the survey
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With the release of information about the shooter from the philosophy faculty and his motivations, 41 percent of respondents who want to know the details are clear. About a third rather agree. A different opinion is held by 16 percent of respondents who rather disagree, 8 percent are definitely against, according to a survey by the STEM agency for CNN Prima News.

82 percent of respondents responded positively to the question of whether data on the crime and its execution should be published.

The public disagrees with the publication of names and information about victims with the consent of the survivors. 20 percent of respondents definitely agree with him, another 37 percent rather agree. 29 percent of people have the opposite opinion, they rather disagree, and 15 percent are completely against it.

“It is necessary to point out that the public’s expectations at this point differ greatly from expert opinions, which in such an event favor restraint in informing about the act, and especially about the perpetrator. Above all, so that there is no secondary fear-mongering or inspiration of possible ‘followers’ of the perpetrator or his iconisation. Quite possibly because it was a completely unique and hitherto unknown event in our area,” the STEM agency added.

The best practice from other states is not to publish the name or story of the perpetrator, added STEM analyst Martin Kratochvíl. “I think that the whole event, regardless of our research, should lead to the setting of how the information will be carried out – at what stage, what thing will be published,” he said on CNN’s Prima News broadcast.

“At the same time, it can serve as a space for educating the public about what the expert opinion is and why it is not appropriate to publish information about the shooter. One of the main reasons is to avoid glorifying him or inspiring others,” he added.

Psychotherapist Tibor Brečka sees more than mere curiosity behind the research results. “As human beings, we need to understand things. In terms of experiencing and subsequent adaptation, coping with an emergency, one of the key things is the external termination of the situation. Many factors can contribute to this, such as a court ruling. But one of the factors is that we get at least a partial answer to the classic question: ‘Why?’,” he explained for television.

The article is in Czech

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Tags: people information shooting survey

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