Gun Ownership: Who Owns Guns and Whoe Does Not
This three-volume set examines various approaches to firearms, including constitutional and legal issues, public health and criminal justice concerns, and perspectives on personal safety and self-defense. Recent mass shootings have led to renewed calls for additional legislation at the state and federal levels to address gun access and control. In this hard-hitting compilation, experts delve into various aspects of firearms in America--from gun control and gun rights to militia movements, to school-related shootings, and to the recent trends in gun ownership by women
Jelen, T. G.
Gun Ownership: Who Owns Guns and Whoe Does Not. In Glenn H. Utter (Ed.),
Guns and Contemporary Society: The Past, Present, and Future of Firearms and Firearm Policy
Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.