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Gangs in the Global City

Alternatives to Traditional Criminology

by John M. Hagedorn

  • 315 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by University of Illinois Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime & criminology,
  • Urban & municipal planning,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Criminology,
  • Government - State, Provincial & Municipal,
  • Sociology - Urban,
  • Social Science / Sociology / Urban,
  • Crime and globalization,
  • Crime and race,
  • Gangs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9563354M
    ISBN 100252030966
    ISBN 109780252030963

      The fear of violent crime dominates Guatemala City. In the midst of unprecedented levels of postwar violence, Guatemalans struggle to fathom the myriad forces that have made life in this city so deeply insecure. Born out of histories of state terror, migration, and US deportation, maras (transnational gangs) have become the face of this new era of violence. Welcome to Street Gangs Book Club, a centralized place to gain information on books that discuss urban culture, specifically gangs. There are countless books on the topic of gangs, hip hop, prisons, and the ghetto, but .

    For example, following a visit to Nairobi as part of his global tour investigating the world’s “worst gangs,” the British actor turned popular journalist Ross Kemp (, ) described Mungiki as having a reputation for “cutting off people’s heads, arms and other parts of the anatomy” and for being involved in “protection rackets.   Chicago’s gangs have changed. Our violence intervention strategies should too. To address the changing dynamics of gang activity, Chicago needs to combat concentrated poverty in African-American neighborhoods instead of continuing to criminally target economically disenfranchised youth.

    Gangs in the Global City: Alternatives to Traditional by John M. : University of Illinois Press, Pp. $ (cloth); $ He is editor of Gangs in the Global City. and author of the highly influential People and Folks: Gangs, Crime, and the Underclass in a Rustbelt City. MacArthur fellow Mike Davis is the author of many books, including Planet of Slums and, most recently, Buda’s Wagon: A Brief History of .


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Gangs in the Global City by John M. Hagedorn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gangs in the Global City presents the work of an assortment of international scholars that challenges traditional approaches to problems in criminology from many different perspectives and includes theoretical discussions, case studies, and examinations of gang members’ identities.

The contributors consider gangs not as fundamentally a crime Format: Paperback. Gangs in the Global City book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Although they were originally considered an American phenomenon, /5(8).

Book Reviews. John M. Hagedorn (Ed.). Gangs in the Global City: Alternatives to Traditional Criminology. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, $ hardcover, $ papercover.

The past years have seen tremendous changes in urban street gangs. Born from the rapid industrialization of cities in. Gangs in the Global City. May 16 Chicago, IL. Seneca Hotel. The Gangs in the Global City conference was successfully completed and papers are now being revised for a volume to by published by the University of Illinois Press.

This site will follow up the conference and publish related materials. Book review: John M Hagedorn (ed.), Gangs in the Global City: Alternatives to Traditional Criminology Andrzej Klimczuk International Sociology 2, Author: Andrzej Klimczuk.

Get this from a library. Gangs in the global city: alternatives to traditional criminology. [John Hagedorn;] -- Although they were originally considered an American phenomenon, gangs today have grown and transformed into global enterprises. Despite these changes, criminologists have not yet reassessed.

Gangs in the Global City Alternatives to Traditional Criminology. Understanding world-wide gangs through the lens of globalization. Although they were originally considered an American phenomenon, gangs today have grown and transformed into global enterprises.

He is editor of Gangs in the Global City; co-editor of Female Gangs in America: Essays on Girls, Gangs, and Gender; and author of the highly influential People and Folks: Gangs, Crime, and the Underclass in a Rustbelt City. MacArthur fellow Mike Davis is professor of history at the University of California, Irvine.

SOURCE: Hagedorn, J M (editor) (a), Gangs in the Global City: Alternatives to Traditional Criminology, University of Illinois Press, Urbana/Chicago, page.

Gangs in the Global City presents the work of an assortment of international scholars that challenges traditional approaches to problems in criminology from many different perspectives and includes theoretical discussions, case studies, and examinations of gang members' identities/5(8).

Global Gangs offers a greater understanding of gangs through essays that investigate gangs spanning across nations, from Brazil to Indonesia, China to Kenya, and from El Salvador to Russia. The volume editors bring together contributors who examine gangs from a comparative perspective, providing a comprehensive look into the experience of gangs across the world.

A global sociological imagination of gangs—and of criminology more broadly—is one that seeks to understand the complexities of social structures and everyday life in order to seek out lines of social justice, be it at individual, city or international by:   Gangs in the Global City by John M.

Hagedorn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(8). If you'd like to learn more about the transnational or global aspects of the gang problem, please read Gangs: An International Approach by Sean Grennan, et.

(Prentice Hall, ISBN), take a look at related articles as found in The Journal of Gang Research, and visit the website of the Eurogang Research project (an ongoing inquiry. I am particularly delighted to see the publication of Gangs & Crime in the Key Approaches to Criminology series because it is written by the foremost expert in global gangs, youth subculture and gang identity.

Alistair Fraser is a world-renowned urban sociologist, bringing to his work a creative methodological approach and a genuinely. The book details the rise and fall of 19th century gangs in New York City, prior to the domination of the Italian-American Mafia during Prohibition in the s. Focusing on the saloon halls, gambling dens, and winding alleys of the Bowery and the Five Points district of Lower Manhattan, the book evokes the destitution and violence of a turbulent era, when colorfully named Author: Herbert Asbury.

Books shelved as gangs: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, Rules of Attraction by Simone. 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.

In Adiós Niño: The Gangs of Guatemala City and the Politics of Death, Deborah T. Levenson examines transformations in the Guatemalan gangs called Maras from their emergence in the s to the early s. Gangs in the Global city. Type Book Author(s) Hagedorn, J. Date Publisher University of Illinois Press ISBN ISBN This item appears on.

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The authors challenge popular and inaccurate definitions of gangs vs. non-gang youth groups, and show how the amazing diversity of gangs_both domestic and international_demands more rigorous study.

This book stimulates thinking about valid methods of defining and interpreting gang behavior, in order to better understand delinquent and criminal.Book review of John M.

Hagedorn (Ed.). Gangs in the Global City: Alternatives to Traditional Criminology. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, $ Author: Matthew T. Theriot. Buy City of Gangs: Glasgow and the Rise of the British Gangster by Davies, Andrew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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