and Lies - A look at the Gun Control Debate and Kellerman's
Study - September 3, 2002, Gary Shade, Rod Murphy, Tony Joeseph and Tim Arinze
Comments on Kellerman -
Guns in the Home, a paper by H. Taylor Buckner, Associate Professor of
Sociology, at Concordia University. A response to the infamous "a person
with a gun in the home is 2.7 times more likely to be the victim of a
homicide" study by Kellerman in the New England Journal of
Medicine, showing the inaccuracies of the data gathered and the poor
methods used to compile the study.
"Serious Flaws in
Kellerman," a paper by Henry E. Schaffer, Ph. D. Another response
to the Kellerman study, showing the inaccuracies of the methods used to
compile the study.