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COLUMBINE SHOOTING ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY2Columbine Shooting Annotated BibliographyChen, C. Y., Purdie-Vaughns, V., Phelan, J. C., Yu, G., & Yang, L. H. (2015). Racial and mental illness stereotypes and discrimination: An identity-based analysis of the Virginia Tech and Columbine shootings.Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology,21(2),279.ewer/pdfviewer?vid=18&sid=ca57d939-bb92-42e4-bc44-a467ec89f2f5%40pdc-v-sessmgr02According to this research, it was evident that racial bias and prejudice impact people's perception after the columbine shooting. For example, after the shooting, this research used vignettes to get people's views concerning the shooting. Most of the responses noted that the shooting was associated with mental illnesses because there is a weak negative perception of white amercing amen. However, a vignette of the Virginia tech shooting eliciteda negative perception about American Koreans because of its attribution. This research will help this research shows how much school shooting results in racialprofiling and social distancing because of the shooter's race's negative perceptions. Jonson, C. L. (2017). Preventing school shootings: The effectiveness of safety measures.Victims & Offenders,12(6), 956-973./pdfviewer?vid=15&sid=ca57d939-bb92-42e4-bc44-a467ec89f2f5%40pdc-v-sessmgr02This article looks at issues that would have helped save lives in the columbine school

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