Overall there is little empirical evidence that security measures such as metal detectors, lock-down policies, “run, hide, fight” training and surveillance cameras decrease the likelihood of school shootings.
Taxes on guns and ammunition sales provide a growing share of budgets for state fish and game agencies. But we have found that the growth in conservation funding driven by exploding guns sales presents at least three critical moral and ethical …
We have studied the growing prevalence of firearms on screen and believe that the more guns there are in movies, the more likely it is that a shooting will occur – both in the “reel” world and in the “real” world.
We found that those who viewed leisure as wasteful tended to get less enjoyment out of all different types of fun activities. Furthermore, these people were also more likely to be stressed, anxious and depressed.