write on the Media’s influence on the escalation of Active School Shootings sinc

write on the Media’s influence on the escalation of Active School Shootings since the Columbine shooting on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, to present time.
The following documentary ‘Echoes of Columbine’ provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) explores the issue of school shootings and what schools, parents, and law enforcement can do to help prevent these attacks. Please be aware that some of the content may be disturbing and viewer discretion is advised: Echoes of Columbine — FBI (Links to an external site.)
You must use your textbook as a source, you must also use five other additional outside sources for your paper (total of at least 6), and three of these should be scholarly in nature. For example, you may use the internet, academic journal data bases, books, encyclopedias, videos, newspapers, etc. So, a minimum of six (6) sources are required.
Both Research papers must consist of the following – use the subheadings listed below in your paper for organization, consistency and coherency of the overall paper:
A description of the crime or crimes in its historical setting.
A theoretical analysis of the crime event or events.
A description of media involvement and coverage.
A perspective concerning the media influence on; Active School Shooting escalations
Each paper must be in APA 7 format and include a title page, abstract, thesis, body (see subheadings above), and references/work cited page. Intext citations are required when citing your sources and must be in correct APA format. The length of the body of each paper is to be 1500 words, written in 12-point font and double-spaced, papers should be a minimum of 1500 words, not counting the title page, abstract, and reference page.
Required Textbook source
Jewkes, Y., and Linneman, T. (2018) Media and Crime in the U.S., Sage Publications.

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