The Columbine Disaster
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The paper discusses Kleck's essay "There Are No Lessons to Be Learned From Littleton" and his skepticism of the many solutions proposed after the murders at the Columbine High School. The paper explains Kleck's belief that quick-fixes based on the emotion stirred up by wall-to-wall coverage of a massacre are rarely, if ever, legitimate solutions. The paper discusses how Kleck does not believe in radical solutions to mass killings just because one may have happened. The paper maintains that this is a good essay that encourages one to to think about possible solutions for youth violence.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Kleck, Gary. "There Are No Lessons to Be Learned from Littleton." Criminal Justice Ethics18.1 (1999): Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics (Thompson Gale Database).
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The Columbine Disaster (2008, September 01) Retrieved September 29, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-columbine-disaster-107318/
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