Sample Research Proposal On Less Gun Control Leads To Less Crime
Less Gun Control Leads to Less Crime:
In order to kick start a program that would in effect be able to document and record
such an undertaking as this there would by necessity need to be a roughly set budget that would be used to perform the needed research, interviews, and overall analysis of the information gathered. Much of it would need to be state and government funded, through agencies that lean more towards the support of increasing gun ownership and less towards increased or even current regulatory practices. Local universities within key cities would also be tapped in order to keep a broader spectrum of interviewees and opinions towards firearm regulations.
The approximate budget at this time has been calculated to be around $75,000, which seems to be a rather low number considering the task being undertaken. This is however in accordance with the time being allotted for such a task and the materials and personnel that would be brought in to complete the research and analysis.
A good deal of this budget would go to staffing, as the depth of this task will require
more than a few individuals of like-minded beliefs who are willing to spread far and wide to obtain the necessary data. Documentation would then be needed to record findings and compile the information received in order to better understand and compile the general views of those being interviewed. A research development department responsible for analysis and further study would also be a necessity in order to best represent the views of those who are against the current regulations and would like to see those laws either loosened or rewritten altogether.
Overall the budget for this type of research is not entirely set, but the $75.000 that has been quoted will prove to be a healthy start towards achieving the goal of researching and developing a consensus against the heavy regulations of firearms.