Session 441: GA8 -> Understanding Gangs Qualitatively
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: W-Victorian
Session Chair: Mercer Sullivan, Rutgers University
Gang Emergence in New York City as a Mass Media/Youth Culture Construction: Continuity and Change in Group Structure and Symbolism
by: Mercer Sullivan, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Gangsterism: Crip'in On Hoover
by: Steven R. Cureton, University of North Carolina - Greensboro (Corresponding)
Nobody's Punk": The Reasons and Rules for Fighting Among a Sample of Female Gang/Clique Members
by: Dana Nurge, Northeastern University (Corresponding)
The Gang Leader's Perspective
by: Clemens Bartollas, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)
Examination of Gender and Site Differences for Racial Diverse Gang Members
by: Adrienne Freng, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Corresponding)

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