- Duck and Take Cover. Strasburger, Victor C. // Clinical Pediatrics;Jan1999, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p41
Shows that increasing number of schoolchildren are being forced go through a drill to escape gunfire. Country with the highest rate of homicides; Impact of firearms on children; Factors influencing youth violence. INSET: Editor's Note.
- Guns, more guns. // Christian Century;03/15/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 9, p293
Stresses the need for trigger locks and other ways to prevent children from using guns to hurt themselves or other people. Why parents are blamed when a child commits a crime; Responsibility of gun manufacturers; Significance of safe storage laws which hold gun owners responsible when their...
- It Is Time to Act to Protect Children Against Gun Violence. Edelman, Marian Wright // La Prensa San Diego;12/28/2012, Vol. 36 Issue 52, p6
In this article, the author discusses the gun violence related issues surrounding the U.S. children.
- One family's trials spur a commitment to community safety. Holmstrom, David // Christian Science Monitor;10/7/96, Vol. 88 Issue 219, p10
Looks at the efforts being made in an attempt to change attitudes that lead to gun use among children. Importance of making schools and communities safer environments for youths; Reference to Michael McDonald, whose life was filled with violence; How he coped with his background; McDonald...
- How to protect your kids from guns. Saunders, Carol Silverman; Brown, Christiane N. // Good Housekeeping;Jan95, Vol. 220 Issue 1, p157
Presents guidelines for protecting children from guns. Parents' awareness of where children visit and play; Laws for protecting children from gun violence. INSET: If you must have a gun....
- Geeks ... With Guns. Petzal, David E. // Field & Stream;Jul99, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p40
Focuses on the increase in gun-related violence among children in the United States as of July 1999. Background on the history of children's access to guns in the US; Media's role in the increase in violence.
- In the hands of babes. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;1/5/95, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p11
Reports on the increase in gun-related violence among American adolescents. Call for collaborative interventions for the carnage of children; Formation of community response teams to investigate causes of gun violence; Suggestions for federal regulations in gun control.
- Brutal youth. Nielsen, Carla; Schwarz, Christopher // State Government News;Aug94, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p22
Addresses youth violence in places in the United States with the highest murder rates. Mortality on gun-related causes; Contributing factors; Need for additional police resources and courts; Age range of perpetrators; Imposition of curfew; Lack of after-school hour programs for children. ...
- Too young to die. Wellems, Bruce // U.S. Catholic;Apr2004, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p50
Encourages adults to take away guns from children in Chicago, Illinois. Ranking of cities based on the number of murders; Role of parents in teaching children about violence; Lesson that Jesus Christ teaches about violence.