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From the video the tribune suggests that those who died in the heatwave were just like us, and they died because they rejected any kind of help.
Yet contrary to that belief our readings assert that of the victims in the heat wave who were old, white and black men, were disproportionately represented. Did old men die most because they lived alone? Could we simply state that they lived in isolation alone and claim that as an explanation?
Not according to the documentary. The speaker suggests that instead, of those individuals that died from the heat, individuals who lived in neighborhoods that did not have a sound social infrastructure were more likely to have gone un-noticed due to a lack of social interactions and connections.
In "rougher" sections such as Englewood, crime rates were high, yet the way in which houses were physically layed out singled out victims that would have divisive class prejudices, weakened community life, a reduced trust, and increased violence.
These types of neighborhoods were the exact places that affected most by the heat wave due to the lack of social interaction. People were not knocking on doors of vulnerable individuals because perhaps individuals did not know that vulnerable people lived there.
Another notion that the speaker highlighted was the mass media belief that people died because they neglected themselves. Elderly individuals often live alone, and have developed a unique way of caring for themselves.
Most often, they have an extremely long history of drug dependency. At the time of this heatwave it was an era where the advertising of prescription drugs were only done to physicians. If an elderly individual was experiencing new symptoms they could not simply suggest a drug that could "solve their problems", but instead they would have to go through a battery of procedures.
Yet, what else was happening in Chicago? The city failed to do things that they should have done because the proper authorities were on vacation.
Medical hospitals were shutting down and the elderly who were alone and taking care of themselves at home also did not have power. What could have been the potential effects of taking the incorrect medication in the dark or running out of medication that was detrimental to the daily functioning of the elderly?
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