Jaclyn Schildkraut

Assistant Professor of Public Justice
State University of New York at Oswego



NOTE: Articles denoted with an asterisk (*) indicates that no direct interview was provided. Information was reprinted by source from an earlier interview in an alternate publication.

Vice: When it comes to media coverage of shootings, location matters
(September 10, 2016)

9 News (Denver): What if we never named the shooters?
(August 5, 2016)

Vice: Is America becoming numb to mass shootings?
(July 29, 2016)

Syracuse Post-Standard / Syracuse.com: Mass shootings can be prevented - if someone who knows tells (Commentary)
(June 16, 2016)

Bradenton Herald: Orlando shooter's AR-15: Accurate, lightweight and there are millions
(June 14, 2016)

Vice: The mass shootings America forgets about
(June 10, 2016)

Vice: Mass shootings killed more people in the US last week than in all of Europe in 2016
(April 29, 2016)

Vice: There were ten mass shootings in America this week
(April 22, 2016)

Oswego County Today: Oswego professor co-authors book exploring myths, realities of mass shootings
(March 23, 2016)

Oswego News: Professor co-authors book exploring myths, realities of mass shootings
(March 23, 2016)

Christian Science Monitor*: How gun control looks from an Arizona gun show
(February 6, 2016)

Christian Science Monitor*: Canada mass school shooting: How often does this happen?
(January 23, 2016)

The Guardian*: Obama's gun control speech: Fact-checking the statistics
(January 5, 2016)

Arizona Daily Sun*: Gun violence vigil seeks detente
(December 11, 2015)

Syracuse Post-Standard / Syracuse.com*: Fact Checker: Obama's inconsistent claim on 'frequency' of mass shootings
(December 4, 2015)

The Washington Post: Obama's inconsistent claim on the 'frequency' of mass shootings in the U.S. compared to other countries
(December 3, 2015)

Fox News*: The facts shoot holes in Obama's claim that US is only host to mass killings
(December 3, 2015)

Reading Eagle*: Obama's inconsistent claim on the 'frequency' of mass shootings in the U.S. compared to other countries
(December 3, 2015)

The Washington Post*: Fact check: Obama claim that 'I say this every time we've got one of these mass shootings; this just doesn't happen in other countries'
(December 1, 2015)

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review*: Heyl: Open borders invite foreigners to steal thunder of our mass murderers*
(November 19, 2015)

The Oswegonian: Nation-wide school shootings spark Oswego State administration response
(October 16, 2015)

Syracuse Post-Standard / Syracuse.com: After Oregon, focus on preventing mass shootings (Commentary)
(October 8, 2015)

Politifact: Wasserman Schultz claims 294 mass shootings in 2015 alone
(October 8, 2015)

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Leads World In Mass Shootings
(October 3, 2015)

WORLD Magazine: Are Mass Shootings Really Becoming Routine?
(October 3, 2015)

The Wall Street Journal: 5 Things About Mass Shootings in the U.S.
(October 2, 2015)

CNYCentral.com: Mother of Sandy Hook shooting victim speaks out on school safety
(September 17, 2015)

Politifact*: Are their more gun deaths in the U.S. than anywhere else in the world?
(August 13, 2015)

The Economist: A counsel of despair: The Charleston massacre will not produce new controls on firearms
(June 27, 2015)

Politifact: Barack Obama tweets that U.S. gun-homicide rate is much higher than in France, Israel, Japan
(June 22, 2015)

Politifact: Is Barack Obama correct that mass killings don't happen in other countries?
(June 22, 2015)

National Public Radio (NPR): Washington Case Revives Debate About 'Contagious' Mass Shootings
(October 27, 2014)

Tricia's True Crime Radio: School Shootings and the Yoga Store Murder
(December 15, 2013)

Popular Science: How Many Gun Bills Pass After Mass Shootings?
(September 18, 2013)

Politifact: Today, about 40 percent of guns are purchased without a background check
(January 24, 2013)

Texas State University College of Applied Arts Newsletter: Graduate Student Spotlight
(Fall 2012)

Politifact: "There's a loophole where you can sell guns without a background check … 40 percent of guns are sold that way" at gun shows and over the Internet
(July 25, 2012)

Politifact: "When we look at the number of murders in the United States (in) 2009, we had 9,500 people murdered. When we look around the world, we see ... large countries, the U.K., Germany, Japan had 200 or less killed in a year."
(January 13, 2011)

Politifact: "Saturday's shootings reflect a disturbing trend. Mass shootings have become commonplace since the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007. There have been dozens of incidents where three or more people have been fatally wounded. Hundreds have died."
(January 11, 2011)

© 2016 by Jaclyn Schildkraut.


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