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The Continuing Vitality of Flawed Research on Guns and Violence: A Comment on Fridel (2020)
Justice Quarterly  (IF4.717),  Pub Date : 2021-04-23, DOI: 10.1080/07418825.2020.1823455
Gary Kleck

Abstract

Fridel recently published a macro-level panel study of firearms homicide rates and counts of mass shootings, and concluded that higher gun ownership rates increase the number of mass shootings, and that more permissive laws on gun carrying increase the firearms homicide rate. The conclusions are unreliable because the study repeated the most important methodological errors identified in prior research.