Tag Archives: gangs

On SAGE Insight: Gang glocalization: How the global mediascape creates and shapes local gang realities From Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal This article introduces the concept of ‘gang glocalization’ to capture the processes by which global media myths and … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Gangs in School: Exploring the Experiences of Gang-Involved Youth

From Youth Violence and Juvenile JusticePublished in Association with Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Concern regarding the presence of gangs and gang activity in America’s schools is not a new phenomenon. Reports of the existence of gangs in urban schools … Continue reading

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On Sage Insight: Special Issue: Gang Ethos in Literature and Film

From Cultural Dynamics Gang studies have become an intricate area with roots in, among others, sociology, criminology, law, history, psychology and anthropology . The Special Issue compiles selected contributions from a workshop held in the School of Modern Languages and … Continue reading

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Special issue: Gangs: Group and intergroup dimensions

Guest editors: Jane L. Wood and Howard Giles From Group Processes & Intergroup Relations Gangs blight many societies around the globe, yet there is a dearth of social psychological research on the behavior of gangs and their members. This Special … Continue reading

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