Some Media Tell More Nuanced Stories On Shootings

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Newsrooms are moving away from a focus on mass shootings to tell more nuanced stories about the people and communities marred by gun violence, says Nieman Reports. A Pew survey says that nearly half of U.S. adults personally know someone who has been shot, either accidentally or intentionally. For many, losing a loved one to gun violence is a traumatizing, heartbreaking loss. It signals the . . .

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