Civilian use of lethal force: Linked systematic reviews on the impacts, inequities, and outcomes of changes to self-defense laws and policies

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Description: Protocol for a systematic review of the impact of changes to self-defense laws


In this study we propose a set of linked systematic reviews to synthesize what is known about the impact of laws that relax civilian rights to use lethal force in self-defense. These are the first systematic reviews on this policy-relevant topic. The three systematic reviews proposed are: (a) a quantitative synthesis of absolute impacts of changes to state laws; (b) a quantitative equity synthesis...


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