SPECIAL COLLECTION: The Politics of Gun Violence in the United States
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Mass shootings occur regularly in the United States. The politics of gun violence is a uniquely American phenomena. How does gun violence affect policy and political behavior? Political Science Data featured this special edition in Winter 2022/23.

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Reexamining the Effect of Mass Shootings on Public Support for Gun ControlDavid Barney; Brian Schaffner (2019)
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The Direct and Moderating Effects of Mass Shooting Anxiety on Political and Policy AttitudesMark R. Joslyn; Donald P. Haider-Markel (2018)
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Critical Events and Attitude Change: Support for Gun Control After Mass Shootings*Jon Rogowski; Patrick Tucker (2019)
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Seeing Blue in Black and White: Race and Perceptions of Officer-Involved ShootingsHakeem Jefferson; Fabian G. Neuner; Josh Pasek (2021)
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Do Officer-Involved Shootings Reduce Citizen Contact with Government?Elisha Cohen; Anna Gunderson; Kaylyn Jackson; Paul Zachary; Tom S. Clark; Adam Glynn; Milo Leo Owens (2019)
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Mobilize for Our Lives? School Shootings and Democratic Accountability in U.S. ElectionsHans J. G. Hassell; *John Holbein; Matthew Baldwin (2020)
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Racial Resentment and Whites' Gun Policy Preferences in Contemporary AmericaAlexandra Filindra; Noah J. Kaplan (2016)
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Accounting for Pre-Treatment Exposure in Panel Data: Re-Estimating the Effect of Mass Public ShootingsTodd K. Hartman; Benjamin J. Newman (2019)
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Mass Shootings and Public Support for Gun ControlBenjamin J. Newman; Todd K. Hartman (2019)
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Latin Am.
Politics
Voting &
Elections
Asian
Politics
Political
Behavior
American
Politics
Law, Courts
& Justice
Research
Methods
Migration &
Citizenship
European
Politics
African
Politics
Comparative
Politics
International
Relations
Voting & Elections
Political Behavior
European Politics
African Politics
Comparative Politics
Int'l Relations