|Mass Shootings and American Culture and Society / Eric Madfis and Adam Lankford -- Mass Shootings and American Masculinities: Mass Shootings and American Masculinity / Tristan Bridges, Tara Leigh Tober, and Melanie Brazzell -- The Patriarchal Patterns of Male Mass Killers in America: A Typology / Alison J. Marganski -- Mass Shootings Involving Intimate Partners in the United States: Prevalence and Patterns / Jillian J. Turanovic and Kristen J. Neville -- Involuntary Celibates, Masculinities, and Violence in American Culture / Sarah E. Daly -- Structural Strain, Intersectionality, and Mass Murder: A Case Study of the Isla Vista Shooting / Daniel Gascón -- Mass Shootings and White Supremacy in America. White Supremacy, Frontier Myths, the "Great Replacement" Theory, and the Making of American Mass Killers / Betsy Friauf and Michael Phillips -- The Accelerationists: White Supremacist Movement Culture and the Strategy of Mass Shootings in the United States / Stanislav Vysotsky -- Violent Revenge, Derealization, and Deadly Violence: White Supremacist Websites and Mass Shootings / Simon Gottschalk, Daniel Okamura, Jaimee Nix, and Celene Fuller -- Mass Violence, White Empathy: How Media Narratives Shape Public Sentiment on Mass Shootings / Scott Duxbury -- Mass Shootings and American Mass and Social Media. "I'll See You on National T.V.!": America's Fame-seeking Mass Shooters and Their Global Influence / Jason R. Silva -- Is No Notoriety Enough?: Attaining Micro-Fame beyond the Mass Media / Stephanie Howells, Ryan Broll, and Patrick F. Parnaby -- "And What Are All These People Watching?": The American Celebrity Industry, Genre, and Film Adaptations of School Shootings / Lindsay Steenberg -- Mass Shootings and American Politics. The American Politics of Mass Shootings: Sun-tzu, Clausewitz, and the Unicorn / Tom Diaz -- Heated Partisan Rhetoric: An Important Factor in Mass Shootings That Involve Political Figures in the United States / Mark R. Joslyn -- Support for Gun Rights: Group Identities, Perceptions of Safety, and Attitudes about Responses to Mass Shootings in the United States / Donald P. Haider-Markel, Abigail Vegter, and Patrick J. Gauding -- Mass Shootings and American Education. A Case of American Exceptionalism: The Influence of Super Controllers in Mass School Shootings / Brooke Miller Gialopsos, Cheryl Lero Jonson, Melissa M. Moon, and William A. Stadler -- Perceptions of Blame for Gun Violence in U.S. schools: Media Coverage of the Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting / Aaron Kupchik, Benjamin W. Fisher, F. Chris Curran, and Salvatore D'Angelo -- Preventing School Shootings and Healing America's Bootstrap Trauma with Compassionate and Cooperative Schools / Jessie Klein -- Mass Shootings, Firearms, and Mental Health in America. The Precarious Relationship between Firearm Access and Mass Shootings in the United States: Logically Obvious but Analytically Evasive / Paul Reeping -- Do Gun Control Laws Prevent Mass Shootings in the United States?: A Review of the Evidence / Emma E. Fridel -- Gun Purchasing Patterns in the United States: Trends Surrounding Mass Shootings / Lacey N. Wallace -- Mass shootings and Mental Health in the United States: Key Dynamics and Controversies / Jillian Peterson and James Densley.