Etymology

Campus Carry

 

Defined by the people as the law that allows students and staff of 16 states including Georgia to carry concealed weopons on college campuses. It first emerged in 2007 when they were pushing to get the bill passed as a law in other states. Culturally the term is probably made fun of more than it is taken serious because of memes and social media. Politically more states want to pass the campus carry into law in their respective states. College students are most effected by the term because they have to go to school with peers who might be carrying and that is intimidating and even frightening to some. The term persist because, this is a topic that will continue to capture attention, with the adding of more states or the protest of concerned individuals. The power comes from the media, they televise and report on the situation to inform the people.

“Not In My Class”

“Not in my class,” is phrase used in protest to guns being allowed on college campuses. It’s a direct stab saying they won’t allow guns where they come to learn. The term first emerged in protest against the campus carry law. Students, staff, and parents can be seen yielding posters alike to protest the dangers of allowing guns in the classrooms. Culturally this is a step forward for the United States because it comes with the belief that it’s for protection. Socially this dangerous, it’s quite literally fighting fire with fire, you don’t feel safe here’s a gun. I’m not sure if the phrase made headlines but it definitely caught my attention and I’m sure there’s student that stand by this phrase. The students and the staff are most effective ted by the term because it’s their “class.” This term persist because students and staff will voice their opinion on the weapons. And if they feel strongly about it they won’t just sit by. The select schools that disagree with the law accounts for its power.

Right To Bear Arms

Americans define this term as their natural born right to carry guns as stated in the Second Amendment of the Constitution. This term is in public discourse whenever a gun is involved, whether it’s good or bad media. Culturally our Constitutional rights are always coming up when big decisions like this approach. Socially the “right to bear arms” is played out people use that excuse to scare and kill people. The first thought is protection and the last thought is death, “I was protecting myself.” Politically governors of the other states will assess these states and if they feel they can trust their statemen and women they’ll probably make it a law as well. Patriots of this country are effected the most because, they believe in flexing all of their “god-given rights as citizens of United States of America.” Also the people who are pro guns on campus because, it’s their belief that if someone else can’t protect them they’ll protect themselves. The term persist because guns are everywhere you look, tv, music, and games, now it’s just in front of you in real life and that can overwhelming for some people.

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