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Relevant Research

    Katherine Christoffel, "Firearm Injuries: Epidemic Then, Endemic Now," American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 97, 4 (April, 2007), 626-29.  Download.

    U.S. Surgeon Advisory, "Social Media and Youth Mental Health," 2023  Download

    S. J. Blithe, et. al., "Camouflaged Collectives: Managing Stigma and Identity at Gun Events," Studies in Social Justice, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2017), 113-35 Download.

    World Health Organization, "Violence Prevention - The Evidence," Geneva, 2010. Download.

    Supreme Court of the United States, "DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, ET AL., PETITIONERS v. DICK ANTHONY HELLER," (2008) Download. 

    Sanford Levinson, "The Embarrassing Second Amendment," The Yale Law Journal, Vol. 99 (1989) 637-59. Download. 

    K. Parker, et. al., "America's Complex Relationship with Guns," Pew Research Center (June, 2017) Download.

    Department of Justice, "Report Regarding the Criminal Investigation Into the Shooting Death of Michael Brown by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson," (March 4, 2015), Download

    P. Sharkey, et. al., "Social Fabric: A New Model for Public Safety and Vital Neighborhoods," Square One Project (2020). Download.

    L. Bouton, et. al., "Guns and Votes," NBER Working Paper (June, 2014). Download.

    M. Doucette, et. al., "Officer-Involved Shootings and Concealed Carry Weapons Permitting Laws: Analysis of Gun Violence Archive Data, 2014-2020," Journal of Urban Health, 99 (2022), 373-84. Download.

The purpose of this list is to cover a diverse and detailed collection of original research which may help to sharpen perspectives about gun violence. It is not exhaustive, nor complete and please feel free to suggest additional publications.

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