Guns and Society: Guns in the Eyes of Society

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In the past years, guns become the most used weapon around the world. Many kind of different weapons were produced and distributed in the public when the world war happened. The people in the early days invent guns not for self-defence but it is used for fighting their opponents. In today’s television people have seen guns related to movies, examples of which are Die Hard, James Bond, and Wanted. In these films the protagonist was excellent in combat that he can fight the enemy all by himself or save the world only using a handgun. But does having a gun make a person moral or immoral? Do Guns change the attitude of the holder or the holder change attitude based on the gun? The Invention of Guns Have you heard about the story of David and Goliath? The story starts with a shepherd boy at a farm during that time their country, Bethlehem a few miles south of Jerusalem, was on war. It all started when the Philistine soldiers got to their territory, and that no men in their country wanted to fight the best warrior of Philistine named Goliath. They also didn’t have any soldiers or a countryman that is strong enough to fight with Goliath. The people of Bethlehem looks like they got no chance of winning, but David, the youngest son of Jesse, got an idea in fighting Goliath because he taught that if he fight hand-in-hand with Goliath he had no chance of winning, so he use a slingshot. He uses distance to have an advantage at fighting Goliath, since he is short and fast. David did this technique one of its advantage is having distance (War Inventions, 2012). It is the same with the Romans they uses ballista, catapult, and long bows. Ballista is a long range weapon with the capability to throw big obj... ... middle of paper ... ...http://www.buzzle.com/articles/discovery-of-gunpowder.html Shu, Z. & Zhongguo, J. (n.d.).Gunpowder and Firearms. Chinese Military History), 1: Arms/Weaponry retrieved from http://depts.washington.edu/chinaciv/miltech/firearms.htm Urbandreams. Guns in Our Lives. Retrieved from http://urbandreams.ousd.k12.ca.us/lessonplans/parrot/handouts/student2.pdf 11 Guns in the Eyes of Society: Guns in American’s Society Jon Kenneth L. Añoso I. Introduction  Invention of Guns  The Discovery of gunpowder II. Guns in American’s Society  Effects of guns in the society  Open Carry society III. Impact of guns in the society  Impact of guns in the society: Power  Impact of guns in the society: Self-Defence  Impact of guns in the society: Gun control IV. Guns in society: Is it Good or Bad?

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