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Why do mass shootings spawn conspiracy theories?

By Michael Rocque, Associate Professor of Sociology, Bates College
Stephanie Kelley-Romano, Associate Professor of Rhetoric, Film, and Screen Studies, Bates College
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When many people believe the government is trying to take away their guns, events that make guns look bad can be misinterpreted as part of that nonexistent plan.

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