Group and intergroup parameters of gang activities: An introduction and research agenda.

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Wood, Jane L.; Giles, Howard;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Sage Publications
  • Subject: BF

In introducing this Special Issue on gangs, we overview the thrust of its papers, demonstrating how they\ud assist in plugging research gaps from the dearth of psychological attention to gangs. The papers therein\ud raise important theoretical considerations of group pr... View more
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