Guns in American Society

Guns in American Society

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The landmark 2002 edition of Guns in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law was acclaimed for helping readers get beyond the sometimes overheated rhetoric and navigate the overwhelming amount of unbiased academic research on gun-related issues. Now, in light of the steady rate of gun violence and several high-profile shooting incidents, this extraordinary three-volume work returns in a timely and thoroughly updated edition. With over 100 new entries, the latest edition of Guns in American Society is the most current resource available on all aspects of the gun issue, including rates of violence, gun control, gun rights, regulations and legislation, court decisions, pro- and anti-gun organizations, gun ownership, hunters and collectors, public opinion toward guns, and much more. With expert contributions from the fields of criminology, history, law, medicine, politics, and social science, it gives students, journalists, policymakers, and researchers a foundation for their own investigations, while helping readers of all kinds make decisions as family members, potential gun owners, and voters.Harry L. Wilson Open carry laws permit citizens within a state to do just thata€” carry firearms in plain sight. ... Included in this group are Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, South Carolina, Florida, Illinois, New York, and Washington, D.C. Among ... At present, it still remains in the shadows of its much bigger cousin, concealed carry.

Title:Guns in American Society
Author:Gregg Lee Carter Ph.D.
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 2012-05-04


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