Now that we have another mass shooting in Southern California where 11 bar patron and a sheriff’s deputy were killed, this gun issue repeatedly puzzles America’s fans and critics all over the world: why does it experience so many mass shootings?
Despite the massive suffering and losses that gun violence cost Americans every so often, there is one issue that no one seem to understand: why does the United States Congress remain atrophied on this critical issue of national importance?
The United Nations 2013 Study on Global Homicides shows The Big Picture in which guns play a big role in Homicides and what are it’s Mechanism and Enablers.
In United States, the social scientific study of guns is dominated by criminological, epidemiological or public health approach studies of gun violence. Maybe it’s time now to look at the sociology of gun-culture in America because the vast majority of guns will never be used to commit crimes, so we only have very small dataset here that offers an incomplete perspective. Since 2014, these charts speak for themselves in the context of Gun Violence in USA, so perhaps a much deeper diver into the sociology of gun-culture in USA, in its various different dimensions, has become necessary to understand how better how to handle this cancer within our society where anyone who wants to kill someone, can kill someone, just by buying a gun so easily.