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Negative portrayals of shooting victims lead to blaming
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
DURHAM – Negative portrayal of a shooting victim can lead people to blame the victim for his own death and to sympathize with the shooter, says a new study by researchers at Duke University and Simmons College. After reading a negative biographical sketch about the victim of a fatal shooting, study participants favored lighter sentences for the
 
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