Amy Schumer, the “Trainwreck” Shooting, and the Benefits of Skepticism

by | May 25, 2016 | Benjamin Radford, Books, Films, Investigation, Media Literacy, News, Psychology, Research | 0 comments

My new blog about Amy Schumer blaming herself for a shooting at her film “Trainwreck.” By applying skepticism to news media claims we can see that she’s blaming herself needlessly, and that there’s no clear connection between the content of a film and violence that occurs there… You can read it HERE. 



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