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Changing Minds: Understanding Collective Violence in the Southeastern U.S.-Mexico Border from a Public Health Perspective

Tony Payan | Fernando Chinchilla

Changing Minds: Understanding Collective Violence in the Southeastern U.S.-Mexico Border from a Public Health Perspective.

Using a public health approach to study drug-related murders on the U.S.-Mexico border, the authors conclude that the region is experiencing a "violence epidemic." Journal of Borderlands Studies: http://bit.ly/2jMIFgt