Female gangs in America: essays on girls, gangs and gender

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Publisher:
Lake View Press,
Pub. Date:
[1999]
Language:
English
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Presents classic and new work by gang researchers, challenging traditional scholarship about women and gangs in the US. Sections are linked by a series of interpretive critical essays that lodge chapters within the larger framework of historical and contemporary research on girls, gender, and gangs. Themes of sections are historical perspectives, emerging theoretical perspectives on gender and gang membership, "doing gender" in times of economic and social change, and girls, gangs, and violence. Chesney-Lind is a professor of women's studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Hagerdorn has studied gangs in Milwaukee for 15 years, and is an associated professor in the criminal justice department of the University of Illinois-Chicago. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Criminelles -- États-Unis
Female juvenile delinquents
Female juvenile delinquents -- United States
Female offenders
Female offenders -- United States
Gangs
Gangs -- United States
Gangs -- États-Unis
Jeugdbenden
Jeunes délinquantes -- États-Unis
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Mädchenbande
Soziale Situation
USA
United States
Vrouwen
title_displayFemale gangs in America : essays on girls, gangs and gender
title_fullFemale gangs in America : essays on girls, gangs and gender / edited by Meda Chesney-Lind and John M. Hagedorn
title_shortFemale gangs in America
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Criminelles
Female juvenile delinquents
Female offenders
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Jeugdbenden
Jeunes délinquantes
Meisjes
Mädchenbande
Soziale Situation
Vrouwen
États-Unis