iv) Further works on guns

Cook, Phillip and Jens Ludwig. (2003). Does Gun Prevalence Affect Teen Gun Carrying After All? Working Paper Series. Durham, North Carolina: Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University.

Cook, Phillip, et al. (2005). “Underground Gun Markets”. Working Paper 11737. NBER Working Paper Series. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. November.

Decker, Scott and Richard Rosenfeld. (2004). Reducing Gun Violence: The St. Louis Consent-to-Search Program. Washington, D. C.: NIJ.

Epps, Ken. (2007). Towards Safe and Sustainable Communities: Addressing Armed Violence as a Development Priority. Working Paper 07-2. Waterloo: Project ploughshares.

Fagan, Jeffrey. (2002). Policing Guns and Youth Violence. The Future of Children, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 133-51.

Gabor, T. (2016). Confronting Gun Violence in America. Springer.

Hemenway, David. (2004). Private Guns, Public Health. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Kalesan, B., Villarreal, M. D., Keyes, K. M., & Galea, S. (2016). Gun Ownership and Social Gun Culture. Injury prevention, 22(3), 216-220.

Kennedy, David, et al. (2001). Reducing Gun Violence: The Boston Gun Project’s Operation Ceasefire. Washington, D. C.: National Institute of Justice.

Kleck, Gary. (1997). Targeting Guns: Firearms and Their Control. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

Middlewood, A. T. (2019). Female Firepower: Exploring the Politics of Gun Ownership and Gender. University of Kansas.

Nathanson, C.A. (1999). Social movements as catalysts for policy change: The case of smoking and guns. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 24(3): 421-488.

Stroud, A. (2016). Good guys with guns: The appeal and consequences of concealed carry. UNC Press Books.

Tita, George, et al. (2003). Unruly Turf: The Role of Interagency Collaborations in Reducing Gun Violence. RAND Review. Santa Monica: RAND.

UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and WHO (World Health Organization). (2003). Armed Violence Prevention Programme (AVPP): Support to Community-Based Violence Prevention Programmes. Project Document. Project Number INT/03/MXX.

Violence and Gender. (2020). Special Issue on Gun Violence: Part 1, 7(1), March;
Gun Violence: An Introduction / Lacey N. Wallace;
Initiating a Dialogue About Gun Violence: Shifting the Focus / Sara Kohlbeck and David Nelson;
Sexual Orientation Differences in Gun Ownership and Beliefs About Gun Safety Policy, General Social Survey 2010–2016 / Kirsty A. Clark, John R. Blosnich, Robert W.S. Coulter, Patricia Bamwine, Robert M. Bossarte, Susan D. Cochran;
Fear, Anxiety, and Expectation: Gender Differences in Openness to Future Gun Ownership / Tara D. Warner;
Female Firepower: Gun Ownership for Self-Protection Among Female Intimate Partner Violence Victims / Kellie R. Lynch;
Firearm Removal, Judicial Decision-Making, and Domestic Violence Protection Orders / Mikaela Wallin, MA and Alesha Durfee;
Firearm-Facilitated Sexual Assault: Using Emergency Department Data to Provide a Novel Perspective of the Problem / Lauren Hudak, Daniel Corry, Henry Schwimmer, and Jonathan Rupp.

Vittes, Katherine A., and Susan B. Sorenson. (2005). Recreational Gun Use by California Adolescents. Health Education and Behavior, Dec., Vol. 32, Iss. 6.

Volsky, Igor. (2019). Guns Down: How to Defeat the NRA and Build a Safer Future with Fewer Guns. The New Press.

Von Brabant, Koenraad. (2007). Human Insecurity in Six Post-conflict Cities. Human Security for an Urban Century. Vol. 4 No 3. Ottawa: DFAIT, pp. 20-2.