3 edition of The Violent Gang (A Pelican book) found in the catalog.
The Violent Gang (A Pelican book)
September 30, 1967 by Penguin (Non-Classics) .
Written in English
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A newly revised and expanded edition of Dr. Lewis Yablonsky's classic study of violent urban gangs. Drawing on "live research" gathered while he was director of community crime-prevention program Yablonsky traces the "natural history" of two infamous New York City by: Yablonsky, who organized an athletic and social program in this area, achieved a temporary truce between two gangs, became a friend of some of the boys, traces the origins of these uptown gangs and the dynamics of the gang in action.
The last half of the book deals with the historical view; early studies and interpretations of gang behavior, the sociopathic personality of its Phone: () A newly revised and expanded edition of Dr. Lewis Yablonsky's classic study of violent urban gangs. Drawing on "live research" gathered while he was director of community crime-prevention program Yablonsky traces the "natural history" of two infamous New York City gangs/5.
Overview A newly revised and expanded edition of Dr. Lewis Yablonsky's classic study of violent urban gangs. Drawing on "live research" gathered while he was director of community crime-prevention program Yablonsky traces the "natural history" of two infamous New York City : Follow up to Kavieff's best selling The Purple Gang, this book delves deeper into the Prohibition-Era gangs of the Detroit area.
Whereas the Purple Gang was a predominantly Jewish group, the crime organizations covered in this volume all Cited by: 1.
But Brenda and her friends belonged to the Mara Salvatrucha--the MSthe most violent gang in America, and in addition to enjoying the things that all teenagers do, her friends were thieves, drug dealers, human traffickers, and murderers/5(56).
Off Color follows the rise of the Purples from their evolution as a street gang through their rise to underworld power and ultimate self-destruction. This book transports readers through the unspeakably The Violent Gang book side of Detroit's Prohibition history/5(9).
If you are looking for a detailed picture about gangs, this is the book for you. Many photographs of the most notorious gang members, a detailed documentation of gang symbols, colors and signs.
An excellent overview of gangs in Chicago. Two /5(22). Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
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24, The first half of this socio-psychological study of ""losers trying to be winners"" is chiefly drawn from the testimony of various members of the Egyptian King gang who were responsible for the killing of crippled Michael Farmer.
The Gang Book book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This guide and training tool was developed to be of use to the most ex /5.
The Violent Years book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Follow up to Kavieff's best selling The Purple Gang, this book del /5. The violent gang: the modern gang --The gang in action --The natural history of a gang: the rise of the Balkans --The search for peace --Prelude to a rumble --The dragons invade --A final view of Balkan organization --Social-psychological perspectives on the gang: a historical view of gangs: past and present --The gang in recent sociological theory --Toward a theory of the.
The Chicago Crime Commission released its edition of "The Gang Book," which features the mugshots and names of about 1, gang leaders in the Chicago : Paige Fry.
Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yablonsky, Lewis. Violent gang. New York, N.Y.: Irvington, (OCoLC) The book, All the Way Down: The Violent Underworld of Street Gangs by Vincent Riccio and Bill Slocum, featured real accounts of the Gowanus Boys.
The gang was located in the Gowanus section of South Brooklyn, and was one of the earlier neighborhood crews that would evolve into the larger, loosely affiliated South Brooklyn Boys street ng location: Brooklyn, New York, United States.
The authors also discuss gang members' rather slapdash involvement in major property crime and their disorganised participation in drug traffic, as well as the often fatal consequences of their violent life-style.
Although the book focuses on the individual, organisational, and institutional aspects of gang membership, it also explores gang Cited by: The fact that the book is based upon the actual real-life exploits of the Glanton Gang also kinds of makes it worse. It is however, one the greatest American Novels of the 20th Century, don’t let the violence dissuade you.
Under and Alone is a book written by undercover ATF agent William Queen and published by Random House in which chronicles his infiltration of the violent outlaw motorcycle gang, the Mongols. Mel Gibsons production company, Icon Productions, acquired the film rights to Queens story, with early reports indicating that Gibson himself was interested in starring as : William Queen.
The commission says “The Gang Book” is to be used as a tool to assist law enforcement, educators and community justice partners in combating and understanding gangs. The business community. gang, group of people organized for a common purpose, often criminal. Gangs of criminals were long known on the American frontier and also flourished in urban settings.
Notorious were the outlaws led by Jesse James and his brother, the Sydney Ducks of San Francisco (active in the s), and the Hudson Dusters of turn-of-the-century New York City.
Modern criminal gangs. Genre/Form: Case studies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Yablonsky, Lewis. Violent gang. Baltimore, Md.] Penguin Books  (OCoLC) Top 10 books about gangsters Woodrell’s later works such as Winter’s Bone are more famous but I love this fast and violent novel about a gang.
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Three new books offer a look back at the group’s violent legacy. At the time of the Zetas formation in the early s, as an armed wing of the Gulf Cartel, little seemed to distinguish the group from scores of predecessors and : Mike Lasusa.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The violent gang by Lewis Yablonsky,Authors Choice Press edition, in English The violent gang ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: The Gang Book is distributed to every law enforcement agency in the city and state, as well as to schools, and is designed to prosecute, address, and reduce gang violence.
It includes detailed gang profiles and maps, an explanation of the role of social media in gang interactions, information regarding suburban gang activity, an outline of the. The violent gang by Yablonsky, Lewis.
Publication date Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Includes index Facsimile reprint.
Originally published: New York: Macmillan, Access-restricted-item true Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on Pages: To his thinking, some fighting that doesn’t involve weapons is a healthy outlet and a natural part of being male.
Two-Bit’s statement makes a distinction between violence and fighting for sport and suggests the two gangs’ rumbles are simply a normal part of growing up. Former Gang Leader's Book: 'We Were Predators' - Riverhead, NY - Brutal truths about gang life: "These guys would wring your neck and then have a cup of soup right after taking you out.
We were Author: Lisa Finn. Gangs and gang violence are a concerning cause of preventable injuries and death in the trauma community. The number of gangs and gang members has been on an upward trend since with an estima gangs in the United States.
This includes approximatelygang members. Trauma centers are in a unique position to participate in the prevention of gang violence. A gang is a group or society of associates, friends or members of a family with a defined leadership and internal organization that identifies with or claims control over territory in a community and engages, either individually or collectively, in illegal, and possibly violent, behavior.
Gangs arose in America by the middle of the nineteenth century and were a concern. Critics suggested that one of the main themes of Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A.
Gang Member is that violence does not solve anything. Coleman Jr. stated that Monster is filled with "senseless violence" and "gang warfare." These two similar elements of the book fill the memoir and result in death, injury, and jail sentences.
Metcalf Author: Sanyika Shakur. Scott H. Decker is Foundation Professor of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. His most recent books include European Street Gangs and Troublesome Youth Groups (edited with Frank Weerman, ), Drug Smugglers on Drug Smuggling: Lessons from the Inside (), and Criminology and Public Policy: Putting Theory.
Youth gangs have a high affiliation with criminal activity and violence. In some communities gang crime and violence may represent a high proportion of all violence related health effects. As with other forms of youth violence extreme heterogeneity exists in understanding youth gangs influences, operation and prevention.
The authors also discuss gang members' rather slapdash involvement in major property crime and their disorganised participation in drug traffic, as well as the often fatal consequences of their violent life-style. Although the book focuses on the individual, organisational, and institutional aspects of gang membership, it also explores gang.
Gang violence has risen sharply, especially in large cities. Youth gangs are becoming more violent and increasingly serve as a way for members to engage in illegal money-making activities, such as drug and firearms trafficking. Ingang members were suspects or victims in about forty percent of all homicides in Los Angeles County.
The violent legacy of Indian Partition. Partition displaced fifteen million people and killed more than a million. Photograph by Margaret Bourke-White / LIFE Picture Collection /.
Gangs. The Menstuff® library lists pertinent books on gangs. See also books on violence, Issues on Gangs, Resources and Slide Guide. Updated 1/30/ Arthur, Richard, Edsel Erickson, Gangs and Schools.
Learning Publications, ; Campbell, Anne, The Girls in the Gang, Blackwell, ; Gardner, Sandra, Street Gangs in America, Franklin Watts, Meanwhile, gang violence occurs due to complex interplays between individuals and gangs. This chapter will delve into the historical development of gangs.
Theoretical explanations for gang formation, gang joining, and gang desistence are examined along with the use of violence.This is a must-read for anyone remotely interested in the contemporary “gang problem”. Hallsworth’s writing style is accessible to popular and academic audiences alike.
I plan on using sections of The Gang and Beyond: Interpreting Violent Street Worlds in my graduate seminar on Criminal Justice.