Looking at gangs in three world cities—Chicago, Rio de Janeiro and Capetown—John Hagedorn explores the international proliferation of the urban gang as a consequence of the ravages of globalization. He provides vital insights into the ideology and persistence of gangs around the world. It is a bleak picture but, Hagedorn explains, not without hope. (illuminatedliterati)
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