Women and Guns: Politics and the Culture of Firearms in America : Politics and the Culture of Firearms in America
This timely and provocative book looks at contemporary American women and their experiences with guns. Scrupulously balanced, this new paperback edition features a new appendix containing a wealth of primary source documents that help illuminate both the dangers and attractions of guns in our society.
- Paperback | 336 pages
- 156.5 x 228.1 x 23.4mm | 471.74g
- 31 Oct 2001
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- Expanded ed.
- bibliography, index
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Meeting Chapter 2. American Stories Chapter 3. Fields Near Home Chapter 4. Self-Defense, Part I: Combat by Story and Statistics Chapter 5. Self-Defense, Part II: Looking for the Bad Guys Chapter 6. Gun Games and Homegrown Rebellion Chapter 7: In the Cities, on the Edge Chapter 8. Conclusion Appendix: Primary Source Documents