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- Kurzbeschreibung<p>Anyone that has watched, read or listened to the news these last years can testify to the fact that the world is a most dangerous place. And yet, there are people who, like the proverbial fireman, walk into the danger risking their life in order to make a difference in the lives of those that are indigenous that live in constant threat for their life. Humanitarians and missionaries are some of these people who valiantly and voluntarily walk into the burning building of third world cultures that often are at war and are the hot spots of terrorism. In these last years, we have received the news of many of these "Good Samaritans" who have been kidnapped, raped and murdered. The author of this work has been to some of these fields and countries. He has questioned how can he can help with the trauma that these helpers of others have experienced first hand and second hand. This work focuses on one particular organization and its work in Sudan. This study uses the Myers Briggs Personality Type Indicator as a baseline asking if it can be used to predict a "Good Samaritan's" response to the stress of such work. This work divulges the struggle for those who work as "Good Samaritans".</p>
- AutorMilton Smith
- VerlagLAP Lambert Academic Publishing
- Seiten168 Seiten
- Gewicht267 g
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