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Gun Violence


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Bottiani, J. H., Camacho, D. A., Lindstrom Johnson, S., & Bradshaw, C. P. (2021). Annual research review: youth firearm violence disparities in the United States and implications for prevention. 
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Collins, J., & Swoveland, E. (2014). The Impact of Gun Violence. 
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Evans, E. J., & Thompson, M. (2019). Questions and answers from research centers on gun violence. 
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Follman, M., Lurie, J., Lee, J., & West, J. (2015). The true cost of gun violence in America. 
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Force, G. V. P. T., Barnhart, J., & Bauman, A. (2020). Anne Arundel County Report of the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force.
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Hemenway, D., & Nelson, E. (2020). The scope of the problem: gun violence in the USA. 
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Horwitz, J., & Cantrell, S. (2022). Seizing A Critical Opportunity To Reduce Gun Violence: The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act. 
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Johnson, B. T., Sisti, A., Bernstein, M., Chen, K., Hennessy, E. A., Acabchuk, R. L., & Matos, M. (2021). Community-level factors and incidence of gun violence in the United States, 2014–2017. 
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Metzl, J. M., Piemonte, J., & McKay, T. (2021). Mental illness, mass shootings, and the future of psychiatric research into American gun violence. 
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MINOLOGY, C. (2022). Gun violence is a public health crisis that needs more applied criminologists. 
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Popovits, A. (2020). Working to Prevent Gun Violence in the United States: The Role of Policy & Advocacy.
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Raissian, K. M., Necci dineen, J., & Crifasi, C. (2022). Gun Violence and Gun Policy in the United States: Understanding American Exceptionalism. 
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Rosenberg, M. (2021). Considerations for developing an agenda for gun violence prevention research. 
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Sanchez, C., Jaguan, D., Shaikh, S., McKenney, M., & Elkbuli, A. (2020). A systematic review of the causes and prevention strategies in reducing gun violence in the United States. 
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Wamser-Nanney, R. (2021). Understanding gun violence: Factors associated with beliefs regarding guns, gun policies, and gun violence. 
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Zeoli, A. M., Mccourt, A. D., & Paruk, J. K. (2022). Effectiveness of Firearm Restriction, Background Checks, and Licensing Laws in Reducing Gun Violence. 
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