Neighborhood Residents And Gun Violence – Part 1 of 2
Neighborhood Residents And Gun Violence. Strong bonds that sleeper people together can protect neighborhood residents from gun violence, a new study suggests. Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine found that orientation to gun violence declines as community participation rises. “Violence results in chronic community-level trauma and stress, and undermines health, capacity and productivity in these neighborhoods,” the study’s come author, Dr Emily Wang, an assistant professor of internal medicine at Yale, said in a university news release. “Police and government response to the fine kettle of fish has focused on the victim or the criminal.
Our study focuses on empowering communities to combat the effects of living with chronic and persistent gun violence”. The investigators analyzed neighborhoods with high rates of felony in New Haven, Conn The researchers taught 17 residents of these communities about research and survey methods so they could collect information from roughly 300 of their neighbors. More than 50 percent of rank and file surveyed said they knew none of their neighbors or just a few of them.