How Does Gender Affect Gun Control

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This research is going to be explanation because there is so much out there about gun control and gender. Not only has there been pat studies conducted on gun control, but there still is a very divided nation on who support or does not support gun control. But, as civilization moves into the 22nd century new research needs to form to a better understanding this generation ideas on how gender affects gun control. With increase violence in America in mass shootings in schools, movie theaters and on our bases, it will be this generation who figures out how to move forward in what laws are passed and made in the future. Another topic, which needs to be addressed is the impact validity, will have on the research I will be conducting in the next …show more content…
In less than a year Presidential elections will be finished and a new president will be elected to be this nations 45th President of the United States of America. It will be the final count down for the end of Obama final term in office for the American people. However, the next president is going to have a lot of messes to clean up before he or even she can even begin making a positive impact on the nation. But, one of the main topics, which have been brought up more and more in the ongoing presidential candidates debates, is the topic of how the candidates will address the topic of gun control. The most vocal presidential candidates on the topic of gun control is Hillary Clinton, who kept changing her options on topic she has already made comments about in the past, but she thinks gun control can win her the seat of president. She states, “What is wrong with us, that we cannot stand up to the NRA and the gun lobby, and the gun manufacturers they represent?” (Times). According to the article she is calling for gun control measures, closing loopholes and changing background checks in her campaign platform. This is an important validity because presidential candidates are trying to win different states and their votes. As more people tune into the debates, the more people will be aware of the upcoming …show more content…
Secondary data can be used to show how much has changed in American option on this topic. Primary data can be used to gage a better understanding on how this generation is affected by this topic and their viewpoints. It would be best to do a survey independent of any other data to compare the findings with other people findings. The information, which I would generate, will not fully answer my question because it is always going to change as new issues are brought up. But, it will begin to answer the question on how people view gender and gun control at the time the surveys are filled out. As the election nears, American Citizens are going to voice their options as they pick that they want for president. People viewpoints are going to change as the times go on and different events unfold in society. Currently presidential candidates are already publishing their own documents about how they will address the issue of gun

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