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Principal Investigator(s): Cohen, Jacqueline; Gorr, Wilpen
Summary: This study examined spatial and temporal features of crime guns in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in order to ascertain how gun availability affected criminal behavior among youth, whether the effects differed between young adults and juveniles, and whether that relationship changed over time. Rather than investigating the general prevalence of guns, this study focused only on those firearms used in the commission of crimes. Crime guns were defined specifically as those used in murders, assaul... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR02895.v1
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