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Guns in Law (eBook) by
Publication Date: 2019
Examines the usefulness of history as a guide in ongoing struggles over gun regulation, the changing meaning of the Second Amendment, the perspective of law enforcement on guns and gun control law, and individual and relational perspectives on gun rights.
Loaded (eBook) by
Publication Date: 2018
Uses primary source documents to explore the history of firearms in the United States.
How America Got Its Guns (eBook) by
Publication Date: 2017
Balanced and painstakingly unbiased, Briggs's account provides the background needed to follow gun politics in America and to understand the American gun culture.
Reducing Gun Violence in America (eBook) by
Publication Date: 2013
The Johns Hopkins University convened more than 20 of the world's leading experts on gun violence and policy to summarize relevant research and recommend policies that are both constitutional and have broad public support.
The Gun Debate by
Call Number: HV 7436 .C657 2014
Publication Date: 2014
Includes information on gun control pertaining to U.S. history, jurisprudence, cultural beliefs, political agendas, epidemiological data, criminology, law and regulation, and policy effectiveness.
The Gun Debate by
Publication Date: 2016
Providing 300-plus entries of in-depth coverage, this encyclopedia is exceptional for its balanced and unbiased approach to this controversial issue.
Guns in American Society by
Publication Date: 2012
A comprehensive resource on the legal, social, psychological, political, and public health aspects of guns in American life.
Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research
Studies the effects of gun laws, the implementation and enforcement of gun policies and community violence prevention efforts.
Firearms-Control Legislation and Policy
From the Law Library of Congress, includes legal approaches to gun control in various countries around the world.
National Association of Gun Rights
A nonprofit organiation dedicated to preserving and protecting the right to keep and bear arms through aggressive programs designed to mobilize public opposition to anti-gun legislation.
Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence
This organization works to prevent gun violence through community education and the development of evidence-based policies.
National Rifle Association
includes information on fun rights policy and legislation, firearms training, hunting, competitive shooting.
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
the website for this nonprofit gun-control organiziation ncludes information on gun rights litigation and legislation
National Shooting Sports Foundation
This foundations members include manufacturers, distributors, firearms retailers, shooting ranges, sportsmen’s organizations and publishers nationwide.
University of California Firearm Violence Research Center
Research on individual and society detrminants of risk for involvement in firearem violence, and prevention, consequences and treatment of firearm violence at the individual, community and sociietal levels.
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Gun Control Policy by
Publication Date: 2014-01-28
Examines some of the controversy surrounding gun control policy, the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, and the history of gun control policy initiatives.
Public Opinion Polls
U.S. demographics of gun ownership and public opinion polls on gun safety and gun policy.
Shootnngs, Guns, and Public Opinion -- this webpage from Cornell's Roper Center includes data on Americans' support for stricter gun control laws and how it varies as mass shootings are reported.
Includes information on firearms licensing, manufacturing and export, commerce, loss and theft, and registration.
Firearms and Crime Statistics includes links to publications with data on gun-related crime.
"An online archive of gun violence incidents collected from over 7,500 law enforcement, media, government and commercial sources daily," includes unintentional shootings, defensive shootings, mass shootings, shooting injuries, and shooting deaths.
From the CDC, includes firearm mortality by state.