They also discuss two strategies — cost-benefit analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis — for comparing the cost of a gang-membership prevention program to the cost to society of a criminal offender. Ethnic gangs these gangs define themselves by the nationality or race of the gang members one category of ethnic gang is defined less by the ethnicities of the members than by the ethnicities they hate. According to cohen, one way to understand gangs is to look at gangs as means whereby youths react or respond to the frustration and status deprivations that they experience.
The greasers fight the socs because of what they have and in many ways take for granted the socs have nice cars, the nice homes, nice clothes, and everything that the greasers don't have. Members of gangs wear specific articles of clothing to be recognized as part of the group such as bandanas, hats, scarves of certain colors, or gang-related tattoos or symbols gangs are one of the leading factors for growth of violent crimes both on and off school property. The power of gangs such as capone's, which was achieved from their successes in bootlegging, enabled them to make and back up the violent threats necessary to push their way into legitimate business anybody who was confronted by a gangster wanting in on their business knew they must yield in fear of being executed. Gangs can create boundaries in a positive way it's when they start using violence to control territory that we need to take action, says caspar walsh photograph: gary calton gangs get a bad.
Why do people commit crimes and what is a 'typical criminal' there is little doubt that some commit a crime such as shoplifting out of desperation, especially when food is concerned there is little doubt that some commit a crime such as shoplifting out of desperation, especially when food is concerned. Why: the excitement of gang activity, which often involves violence, danger, and outward expressions of cultural biases, coupled with the acceptance given by fellow gang members, provide the social support and community involvement that are often lacking in the lives of young male gang members. A1c a an analysis of the reasons why gang members act the way they do form of hemoglobin used to test blood an analysis of the the salem witch trials in the crucible by arthur miller sugars over a period of an analysis of the reasons why gang members act the way they do time. They do a lot of christian living or they do a lot of feel good sermons that tickle the ears, but solid theological teaching is lacking a great number of church members have no idea what most doctrine their church holds not can they explain it.
About the most you can do with the child is try to explain to them that they can tell you anything anytime they need to and you will believe them and that if anything bad is happening to them, that no matter what you can make it stop and they can be protected. Today, that has translated into three-quarter length pants among gang members and, again, they don't even know why that is done, or why it was done in the first place bloods and crips ripped off their colors from the hispanic gangs. A former marine corps marksmanship instructor has an interesting theory on why gangsters (in the movies or maybe even in real life) decide to shoot their guns sideways: it's actually a good idea.
: a statement or fact that explains why something is the way it is, why someone does, thinks, or says something, or why someone behaves a certain way : a fact, condition, or situation that makes it proper or appropriate to do something, feel something, etc. It makes people more aware that there are many different kinds of people in the world who do not necessarily think the way they do it increases their willingness and ability to try to see the world from other people's perspectives. These symbols are important in that they serve as a way of identifying fellow gang members and rival gang members they also function as a means for gaining or maintaining status within the gang nicknames are often used to represent an individual's unique role in the gang (spergel 1995. In this chapter, pony begins to notice and show concern about the self-destructive behaviors and attitudes of his gang: for example, two-bit's excessive drinking and the gang's motivations for fighting (soda fought for fun, steve for hatred, darry for pride, and two-bit for conformity.
The greasers gangs were always there for them and cared about each other, they always had each other's backs the socs were always drinking and jumping the greasers the greasers also loved to go and watch movies at the drive in ponyboy loved poetry and writing as well. Throughout the whole novel, okonkwo struggles with the changes taking place in his tribe he is initially known as one of the strongest, most honorable tribesmen, but as the white man begins.
Why young people join gangs gang members join a gang by either committing a crime or undergoing an initiation procedure wherein they are beaten by fellow gang members to test their courage and fighting ability. In summary, children have reasons for their misbehavior our job, as parents, is to our job, as parents, is to discover what is causing them to act in both appropriate and inappropriate ways. Many people wonder why teens would think of joining a gang there are many different of teens who join and they join for many different reasons some of them include wanting power or having status. - reasons why kids join neo-nazi gangs in most cases the reason why kids join any gang is the result of trouble at home if you interview a child from a skinhead gang they came from a family with one or more of the following factors: divorce, separation, physical and or sexual abuse and disfunctional parents.