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by Lewis Yablonsky

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ISBN:
1440144621
Author:
Lewis Yablonsky
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
iUniverse (June 3, 2009)
Pages:
348 pages
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1871 kb
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1313 kb
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1669 kb
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In their own words gang members tell why they murdered a fifteen-year-old polio victim and describe patterns of gang organization.

Author: Yablonsky, Lewis ISBN 10: 1440144621. Title: The Violent Gang Item Condition: New. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Books will be free of page markings. In their own words gang members tell why they murdered a fifteen-year-old polio victim and describe patterns of gang organization, leadership, alliances, warfare, and violence.

Read Gangsters, by Lewis Yablonsky online on Bookmate – The effects of gang violence are .

Read Gangsters, by Lewis Yablonsky online on Bookmate – The effects of gang violence are witnessed every day on the streets, in the news, and on the movie screen. While condemning their violent behavior in no uncertain terms, Yablonsky offers hope through his belief that, given a chance in an effective treatment program, youths trapped in violent behavior can change their lives in positive ways and, in turn, facilitate positive change in their communities and society at large. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Lewis Yablonsky, teaching at California State University, Northridge, in 1984. The work led to his first book, The Violent Gang, published in 1962, which included extensive quotations from a gang accused of killing a 15-year-old who had polio

Lewis Yablonsky, teaching at California State University, Northridge, in 1984. His books include The Violent Gang. Gary Friedman/Los Angeles Times. The work led to his first book, The Violent Gang, published in 1962, which included extensive quotations from a gang accused of killing a 15-year-old who had polio. He also drew on personal experience, particularly his sexually open marriage, for his 1979 book, The Extra-Sex Factor: Why Over Half of America’s Married Men Play Around.

The effects of gang violence are witnessed every day on the streets, in the news, and on the movie screen.

Lew Yablonsky's story is about a youth who was involved in various delinquent activities as a teenager, and later in life, after serving in the Navy, went through a dramatic change to become a noted Professor of Criminology a powerful and incisive writing in the field of sociology. an important and imensely useful work. The effects of gang violence are witnessed every day on the streets, in the news, and on the movie screen. In all these forums, gangs of young adults are associated with drugs and violence.

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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 gangs. In their own words gang members tell why they murdered a fifteen-year-old polio victim and describe patterns of gang organization, leadership, alliances, warfare, and violence. Yablonsky also discusses programs for dealing with such groups and offers a new plan for gang control.In his introduction to his new edition, Dr. Yablonsky outlines significant parallels between the activities of teen-age gangs and the rebellious behavior of many of today's young people. There is also a new and vital chapter in the "patters of violence" that plague contemporary society.". . . a model of powerful and incisive writing in the field of sociology. . . . An important and immensely useful work."- Los Angeles Times