Media Influence On School Shootings

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School shootings have become a substantial occurrence in the last twenty years. The reason for this spike is the major influence the media has in an average person’s daily life. Movie and TV show writers hold an obligation to depict violent acts properly and less circadian. When potential shooters see spurious violent acts, not causing harm, in an unstable mental state, they get a great sense of paranoia that can become uncontrollable. This can create more potential shooters causing schools to believe they are unsafe thus having a need for increased security. My mom’s friend, Kate, had an experience with a school shooter while teaching. Kate was teaching a third-grade music class, and as the children walked in a father walked in with one of

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