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2: The Logic of Defining Gangs Revisited.
3: Little Gang Research, Big Gang Research.
4: Documenting Gang Activity: Intelligence Databases.
5: Gang Membership in a Developmental and Life-Course Perspective.
6: Neighborhoods and Street Gangs.
7: Gangs and Social Learning Theory: What We Know, What We Need to Know, and Why It Matters.
8: Social Psychology of Gangs: An Intergroup Communication Perspective.
9: Social Network Analysis and Gangs.
10: Gangs, Guns, and Violence: Synergistic Effects.
11: Gangs and Drugs: Connections, Divergence, and Culture.
12: Gender, Sexuality, and Gangs: Re-envisioning Diversity.
13: Joining the Gang: A Process of Supply and Demand.
14: Leaving the Gang: A Review and Thoughts on Future Research.
15: Micro-Level Processes of the Gang.
16: Street Gangs, Terrorists, Drug Smugglers, and Organized Crime: What’s the Difference?.
17: Police Gang Units and Effective Gang Violence Reduction.
18: Gangs in Correctional Institutions.
19: Legislative Approaches to Addressing Gangs and Gang-Related Crime.
20: The Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Program: An Evaluator’s Perspective.
21: The OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Strategy: The Comprehensive Gang Model.
22: The Legacy of Malcolm W. Klein.
23: The Legacy of Irving A. Spergel.
24: The Legacy of James F. Short, Jr..
25: The Legacy of Walter B. Miller.
26: Understanding Gangs in Contemporary Latin America.
27: Understanding European Gangs.
28: European Responses to Gangs.
29: Gangs in African, Asian, and Australian Settings.
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