Can Gun Control Work?. Studies in Crime and Public Policy. Oxford University Press, USA, 2002. Print.
This book entails the ways in which the use of guns in US is controlled in order to regulate the levels of crime and insecurity in the society. The author highlights the various mechanisms and policies put in place in order to regulate gun use in the USA. The gun control policies and regulations are clearly set out by the author in order to maintain peace in the society as well as reducing levels of insecurity. This book is useful in the sense that it provides information on the policies and rules regulating the use of guns in the society so as to enable peaceful coexistence as well as reducing crime levels in the society.
Carter, Gregg L. Gun Control in the United States: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO, 2006. Print.
Carter have clearly elaborated the guidelines and matters concerning gun control in the USA in so as to facility security in the society and the nation in general. The book also gives highlights concerning the levels of crime relating to poor gun control policies. This book plays an important role in providing information concerning effective gun control measures.
Collins, Randall. Violence: A Micro-Sociological Theory. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008.
Collins have given insights relating to violence associated with poor gun control policies. The book also shows ways in which guns can be controlled to reduce such levels violence in the society. This source is very essential in that it provides measures to curb violence in the society through gun control policies.
Cornell, Saul. A Well-Regulated Militia: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.
Cornell and Saul provides a discussion concerning the origin of gun control in US. This book also outlines the reasons and basic foundation of gun control in the US. The circumstances and conditions which led to the need for gun control policies are clearly highlighted in this book. This book is therefore essential in scholarly research because it gives detailed reasons and conditions which led to the origin of gun control in US.
Cukier, Wendy, and Victor W. Sidel. The Global Gun Epidemic: From Saturday Night Specials to Ak-47s. Westport, Conn: Praeger Security International, 2006. Print.
This book explains about the global effects of guns in the society. The authors of this book elaborates the problems and negative effects of guns in the society which were mainly caused by inappropriate use of guns in US. The book is very useful in provision of understanding and knowledge concerning the negative effects of guns in the society.
Goss, Kristin A. Disarmed: The Missing Movement for Gun Control in America. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. Print.
Gross and Kristin have elaborated the evolution and trends f issues relating to gun control in the US. The authors have also given insight on improvements and advancements in the gun control policies in the US. This information therefore makes this book relevant for scholarly research since it provides realistic information.
Mack, Richard I. The Magic of Gun Control. Safford, Ariz.: Van Shaar Productions, 2011. Print.
This book gives a description about the main foundations and rules that govern gun control. Both the requirements and qualifications which govern individuals concerning the use of guns in the society are clearly outlined in this book. The book provides the main reasons and purpose of gun control in the US. This book therefore plays a vital role in providing necessary information to the citizens of the reasons for gun control by elaborating the effects associated with handling of guns by the individuals.
Melzer, Scott. Gun Crusaders: The Nra's Culture War. New York: New York University Press, 2009.
Melzer and Scott explains about the way issues of gun control have led to the culture of war and conflict in the society. The policies which allowed many people to have their personal guns led to many cases of war between individuals as well as improper use of guns in the society. This also led to random cases of murder in the society. This book is useful in provision of information pertaining to the extent to which gun control policies contributed to war culture in USA.
Spitzer, Robert J. The Politics of Gun Control. Washington, D.C: CQ Press, 2008. Print.
This book entails the political affairs and discussions concerning gun control. The political contributions and debates pertaining to gun control issues are well elaborated in this book. This book is essential in scholarly research because it provides valid arguments and ideas pertaining to this sensitive issue.
Squires, Peter. Gun Culture or Gun Control?: Firearms and Violence: Safety and Society. Hoboken: Taylor and Francis, 2012. Print.
This book provides information pertaining to the control as well as handling of firearms in the society in order to ensure safety and security. Squires provided relevant information which is useful in regulating the levels of violence in the society through a proper and efficient gun control culture in the US.