Pornography may not cause school shootings, but the science shows it's hurting teens an awful lot
pornography, school shootings, internet behavior
Gubernatorial candidate and Tennessee congresswoman Diane Black caused the Internet to collectively guffaw this week after the Huffington Post published audio of Black partially blaming school shootings on pornography and other “root causes” during a listening session with a group of ministers.
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Boyd, H., & Butler, M. H. (2018, June 4). Pornography may not cause school shootings, but the science shows it’s hurting teens an awful lot. Washington Examiner [online edition]. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/op-eds/porn-may-not-cause-school-shootings-but-the-science-shows-its-hurting-teens-an-awful-lot
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Boyd, Hal and Butler, Mark, "Pornography may not cause school shootings, but the science shows it's hurting teens an awful lot" (2018). Faculty Publications. 4428.
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