Session 592: RS378 -> Gangs: Identities, Typologies and Meaning
Time: Noon to 1:30 PM on Saturday, November 16
Place: LaSalle 5
Session Chair: Katie J.B. Parsons, University of California, Irvine
Racialized Identities and the Formation of Black Street Gangs in Los Angeles
by: Alejandro Alonso, University of Southern California (Corresponding)
Gang Typologies Based on Criminal Activities
by: Katie J.B. Parsons, University of California, Irvine (Corresponding)
James W. Meeker, University of California, Irvine
The Situational Aspects of Gang Homicides: Honor or Dispute?
by: Shannan M. Catalano, University of Missouri - St. Louis (Corresponding)
Chinese Gangs and Collective Action: The Triads Tradition as a Source of Meaning Attachment and Definition of Situation
by: Hua-Lun Huang, University of Louisiana, Lafayette (Corresponding)

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