Webinar: More than mass shootings: What can we learn from an analysis of California news about gun violence?

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June 26, 2018

When it comes to gun violence, news narratives are dominated by stories about mass shootings and federal policy fights, but day-to-day acts of gun violence — which account for the majority of deaths and injuries — and community level solutions to prevent them are much less visible. In this webinar, BMSG researchers discuss findings from an analysis of how three of the most common types of gun violence (community-level violence, domestic violence, and suicide) are portrayed in California news, and possible implications for journalists and community leaders who want to change the narrative to include hope, healing, and community-level action.

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