6 edition of Gun Violence in America found in the catalog.
October 2, 2003
by Northeastern University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||416|
talk about an opioid “crisis” or “epidemic” in America and by that logic, gun violence should qualify for equal treatment. M ore than 90 Americans a day die by gun fire. The majority of America’s gun death victims are white men, and most of them die from self-inflicted gunshot wounds. In all, gun suicide claims the lives of 25, Americans each year.
"Reducing Gun Violence in America Guns" is a comprehensive collection of rigorous essays/studies with the purpose of providing evidence-based research on how to reduce gun violence in America. This book takes an impassive approach to the very incendiary topical issue of violence and gun policy.4/5. Most agree that expanded background checks can be useful in keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous or irresponsible people. Considering that there is so much agreement on basic policy, what the gun debate desperately needs is sober clear-headed analysis. Reducing Gun Violence in America edited by Daniel Webster contributes greatly to this.
The Gunning of America feels like one of those books where the author had an interesting story to tell that would have worked better as an essay but instead ended up shoehorned into a larger book that ultimately makes for a mixed read. Haag's telling of the history of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company and their heirs is interesting/5(53). Amid a growing consensus that the staggering toll of gun violence in the United States is an urgent public health issue, the Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health has convened experts on gun policy and violence from the United States and selected other countries to summarize relevant research and its implications for policymakers and concerned citizens.
hexamilion and the fortress
State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In Council of War, August 17, 1778.
growth of Caernarfon.
Disorders of the oesophagus.
The Sergeant Has Four Legs
A different kind of courage
Race mixture among the Greeks before Alexander.
Reader, I Murdered Him
pre-karroo geology of Malawi
First Responder + Workbook, Value Pack
Limited competition in the west coast oil industry
The beautiful dream of life
A short history of Charlbury
Reducing Gun Violence in America edited by Daniel Webster contributes greatly to this need." (Shawn Hamilton New Books in Public Policy) From the Back Cover "The rate of firearms homicides in America is twenty times higher than it is in other economically advanced nations.
We have got to change that."/5(24). In the long history of guns and gun violence in America, he explodes many myths, clarifies many misconceptions and challenges readers to suspend their preconceptions and bias to undertake a thoroughly rational, fact-based and thoughtful deconstruction of how the nation's gun culture and its politics evolved through decades of singificant Cited by: 7.
The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence — an organization committed to fighting the gun violence issue on a state and federal level — created The Gun Violence History Book. Made out of articles, facts, and data showcasing a tragic and deadly history that repeats itself.
This book has done what. billion dollars. That is the annual cost of gun violence in America according to the authors of this landmark study, a book destined to change the way Americans view the problem of gun-related violence.
Until now researchers have assessed the burden imposed by gunshot injuries and deaths in terms of medical costs and lost productivity.3/5(4). Few social issues have produced more exaggerated claims and contention among Americans than the struggle to control gun violence. Fuelling the emotional fire in debates between firearm groups such as the National Rifle Association (NRA) and gun control advocates is the dispute over the importance of guns in American culture.
Is the fondness for firearms, truly part of a venerable American. America's Biggest Gun Problem Is Suicide; No One Talks about It, but Most Victims of Firearm Violence Are Those Who Shoot Themselves By Mariani, Mike Newsweek, Vol.
No. 12, October 2, Read preview Overview. The effects of gun violence extend far beyond these casualties—gun violence shapes the lives of millions of Americans who witness it, know someone who was shot, or live in fear of the next shooting.
In order to illustrate the magnitude of everyday gun violence, Everytown has gathered the most comprehensive, publicly available data. Confronting Gun Violence in America by Thomas Gabor.
This book critically examines the link between guns and violence. It weighs the value of guns for self-protection against the adverse effects of gun ownership and carrying.
It also analyses the role of public opinion, the Second Amendment to the US Constitution, and the firearms industry and. The staggering toll of gun violence—which cla U.S. lives each year—is an urgent public health issue that demands an effective evidence-based policy response. 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.
GUN VIOLENCE IN AMERICA Edited by DANIEL W. WEBSTER and JON S. VERNICK Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis Foreword by MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG. Special discounts are available for bulk purchases of this book.
For more information, please contact Special Sales at or. In the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Febru, the school’s students and their counterparts across the country are speaking out non-stop against gun violence, leading to two nationwide planned events: the National School Walkout on March 14 and the March for Our Lives on March You may be interested in the following books.
gun violence arising from criminal misconduct or suicide is an important goal of broader primary and secondary prevention and intervention strategies.
Such strategies must also attend to redirecting developmental antecedents and larger sociocultural processes that contribute to gun violence and gun-related deaths. antecedents to Gun vioLence. An essential companion to Reducing Gun Violence in America, the reliable, empirical research and legal analysis in this e-book will help lawmakers, opinion leaders, and concerned citizens identify policy changes to address gun violence, which takes an average of more than 80.
Part III Gun Policy Lessons from the United States: High-Risk Guns. 12 America's Experience with the Federal Assault Weapons Ban, Key Findings and Implications Christopher S.
Koper 13 Personalized Guns: Using Technology to Save Lives Stephen P. Teret Adam D. Mernit Part IV International Case Studies of Responses to Gun Violence. The information presented in Confronting Gun Violence in America demonstrates quality research and analysis.
Gabor writes in a manner that is engaging, easily understood, and thought provoking. He does an excellent job of dissecting the topic of gun violence into the various aspects that make up this complex issue.” (Mary E.
Cervantes. Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture is a discredited book by historian Michael A. Bellesiles about American gun culture, an expansion of a article he published in the Journal of American iles, then a professor at Emory University, used fabricated research to argue that during the early period of US history, guns were uncommon during peacetime and that.
Gun violence in the United States results in tens of thousands of deaths and injuries annually. Inthere w nonfatal firearm injuries ( injuries perpeople), deaths due to "injury by firearms" ( deaths perpeople). These deaths inclu suicides, 11, homicides, deaths due to accidental or negligent discharge of a firearm, and America's Unique Gun Violence Problem The U.S.
has more guns than any other country in the world. While other developed peer countries also have high rates gun of. Gun-related homicides increased slightly after that, to a high of 11, inbefore falling again to 10, in Find data on homicides by weapon type from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Gangs and Gun-Related Homicide. Gun-related homicide is most prevalent among gangs and during the commission of felony crimes. Daniel Webster, director of Johns Hopkins University's Center for Gun Policy and Research, talks about his book, [Reducing Gun Violence in America].
This interview is. Nov. 23, Journalist Gary Younge chooses this day at random to report on deaths by gun violence that occurred in a hour period, for his book, Another Day in the Death of America: A Chronicle of Ten Short Lives.
The victims were ages 9 to AT A GLANCE WHAT: Campus Community Book Project Author’s Visit WHEN: Monday, March 2 WHERE: Mondavi Center for the Performing.Campus Community Book Project author Gary Younge addressed a campus audience March 2 about his book Another Day in the Death of America, in which he chronicled the deaths of 10 children and teens in one day in — victims of gun violence.
“Society — pretty much every society — understands that we have a collective responsibility for children,” Younge said in his address to an.Reducing Gun Violence in America: The Book. Following the Summit, the Johns Hopkins University Press will publish the book Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and ted for the first time in one volume, this reliable, empirical research and legal analysis will inform the policy debate by helping lawmakers and opinion leaders identify the policy changes.