“Something like mass shootings are all about shades of gray,” Densley said. “One solution would be imperfect, so people were pitting imperfect solutions off each other. ‘Because this one thing won’t fix everything, we won’t do it.’ So we’ve ended up doing nothing. But if you layer those imperfect solutions, they start to add up to something close to a perfect solution.”
The following article discusses Dr. Jillian Peterson and Dr. James Densley’s research with The Violence Project. From there research, there is no singular solution to prevent mass shootings but rather a complex system that requires a holistic approach.
Author: Reid Forgrave
Source: Star Tribune