Sociology of Guns Seminar Student Final Reflection Paper, 2018 (3 of 5)
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Sociology of Guns Seminar Student Final Reflection Paper, 2018 (3 of 5)

This is the third of five student final reflection papers from my Sociology of Guns seminar at Wake Forest University. I also posted this student’s initial essay reflecting on our class field trip to ProShots Range. For reference, the assignment was: In this final essay, you will revisit your previous personal experience with and understanding … Continue reading

Sociology of Guns Seminar Student Final Reflection Paper, 2018 (2 of 5)
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Sociology of Guns Seminar Student Final Reflection Paper, 2018 (2 of 5)

This is the second of five student final reflection papers from my Sociology of Guns seminar at Wake Forest University. I also posted this student’s initial essay reflecting on our class field trip to ProShots Range. For reference, the assignment was: In this final essay, you will revisit your previous personal experience with and understanding … Continue reading

Atrocious Study of Social Gun Culture Undermines Credibility of Public Health Research on Guns
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Atrocious Study of Social Gun Culture Undermines Credibility of Public Health Research on Guns

I was interested to learn recently about the SOUL Study — SOUL here standing for SOial gUn cuLture. The terrible acronym here, unfortunately, is matched by the poor quality of the survey being fielded. Although I am particularly sensitive to those who say they are studying American gun culture, here I think an objective analysis … Continue reading