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Kaiyla Terry Professor D’Antoino SOC 236: Criminology 24 January 2016 Annotated Bibliography Brown, A. (2013, Jan 14). "How Guns And Violence Cost Every American $564 In 2010." Retrieved from Author Abram Brown, introduces a side of gun violence that is rarely displayed in the media; the costs. Brown analyzes and informs readers about all the finances that result from injuries and homicides caused by gun violence. According to the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, firearms cost the U.S more than $174 billion, with $154 of those expenses being from fatalities, in 2010. The article goes into further detail and breaks down the domino effect on the aftermath of injuries and deaths caused by gun violence. Jowit, J., Laville, S., Wahlquist, C., Oltermann, P., McCurry, J., Beckett, L. (2016, Mar 14). "So, America, This Is How Other Countries Do Gun Control." Retrieved from The authors of the Guardian article, “So, America, This Is How Countries Do Gun Control,” describes the current legal stances of other countries when it comes to gun control. The article goes into detail with the history of gun violence within countries that have now improved incredibly due to gun restrictions. The countries that are mentioned include; United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, and Germany. Graphs and tables are used to show rates and trends to exemplify the changes in gun violence throughout the years in these countries.
Planty, M., Truman, J. (2013) Firearm Violence, 1993-2011.Retrieved from The Bureau of Justice Statistics Website: Doctors Michael Planty and Jennifer Truman, members of the U.S Department of Justice, analyze and review gun violence that has taken place within the years of 1993-2011 within this special report. The documented report, apart of the Bureau of Justice statistics, gives the readers a better idea on how guns are affecting our society in different aspects such as race, age, gender, and region. A variety of graphs and tables are displayed to show rates of gun violence that occur within our country and the documentation also gives descriptive detail on what kinds of guns are used, nonfatal reported incidences, and the amount of people incarcerated for gun violence. Sunstein, C. (2015, Oct 07). "How the Gun Lobby Rewrote the Second Amendment." Retrieved from In the article, “How the Gun Lobby Rewrote the Second Amendment,” author Sunstein discusses the constant controversy and misconceptions caused by the lines “the right to bear arms” and “regulated militia,” within the second amendment. Sunstein explains how the NRA has affected the way the second amendment is looked at in the media. The second amendment