The Global Gun Epidemic: From Saturday Night Specials to AK-47s

By Wendy Cukier; Victor W. Sidel | Go to book overview

List of Figures
Figure 2.1Firearm Death Rates for Twenty-Five HighIncome Countries17
Figure 2.2Crime/Injury Pyramid18
Figure2.3Female Homicide Rates for Twenty-Five Populous, High-Income Countries, 1994–199920
Figure 3.1Ecological Model for Understanding Violence48
Figure 3.2Canada and the United States: Comparing FirearmRelated Deaths and Crimes56
Figure 3.3Firearm Ownership and Intentional Firearm Death Rates in High-Income Countries57
Figure 4.1U.S. Firearm Production by Category over Time70
Figure 4.2U.S. Firearm Market Structure75
Figure 4.3Top U.S. Producers of Firearms Ranked by Weapon Type, 200377
Figure 4.4Share of U.S. Revolver Production by Firm in 200378
Figure 4.5Share of U.S. Pistol Production by Firm in 200379
Figure 4.6Share of U.S. Rifle Production by Firm in 200380
Figure 4.7Share of U.S. Shotgun Production by Firm in 200381
Figure 4.8Major Exporters of Firearms to United States81
Figure 5.1Licit and Illicit Supplies of Firearms96
Figure 8.1Firearm Deaths in the United States176
Figure 8.2Firearm Deaths in Canada by Type183
Figure 8.3Rate of Firearm Homicides in Canada by Weapon Type184
Figure 8.4Rate of Firearm Robberies and Non-Firearm Robberies in Canada (per 100,000)185
Figure 8.5Rate of Male/Female Firearm Homicides in Canada186
Figure 8.6Trends in Firearm Homicides in Brazil187

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