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Scientific American: Why Are White Men Stockpiling Guns?
March 14, 2018
This story about the huge increase since 2008 of firearms manufactured in and imported to the United States cites a study by Baylor sociologists Carson Mencken, Ph.D., and Paul Froese, Ph.D. They found that the people who felt most emotionally and morally attached to their guns were 78 percent white and 65 percent male. Those in that group who have experienced financial setbacks or are worried about their economic futures were the most attached to their guns, Froese said.
Science Newsline: Perceptions of God Make Democrats More Conservative, Republicans More Liberal in Some Ways
Influence Magazine: Nearness to God Linked to Increased Well-Being in Senior Adults