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Twenty-two contributions discuss aircraft accident reports, academic conferences, academic blogs, climate-change reports, oral and written accounts of illness, and journalistic obituaries, among other types of writing--with analysis of the structure and content of these narratives in light of narrative theory, offering a compendium of interest to anyone who writes as well as anyone who reads.
Research at Korean Air showed that training programs could effectively address issues of deference—such as the challenging of a senior pilot by a more junior pilot, as indicated by Aircraft Accident Report NTSB/AAR-00/01, by Ute Fischer and Judity Orasnu in Cultural Diversity and Crew Communication presented at 50th Astronautical Congress, Amsterdam October 1999 and by Malcolm Gladwell in The Ethnic Theory of Plane Crashes, in Outliers, 2008.
This startling fact is difficult to comprehend, particularly as recent aircraft accident reports have cited weak regulatory oversight being a major contributory factor.