The Journal of Gang Research

is the Official Publication of the

National Gang Crime Research Center

Copyrighted by the NGCRC, All Rights Reserved.

ISSN Number: 1079-3062


This file last updated: September 15, 2016

This file provides a voluminous amount of information about the Journal of Gang Research, including an index of authors, a complete listing of all articles ever published in the journal, journal subscription policies, journal subscription prices, information about ordering back issues, etc.


                                                         Credit card payment options for ordering of individual articles: information is located towards the end of this file.


Credit card/payment options for subscriptions/back issues (see very end of this file)

 

About the Journal of Gang Research


             The Journal of Gang Research is an interdisciplinary journal and it is the official publication of the National Gang Crime Research Center (NGCRC). It is a peer-reviewed quarterly professional journal and the editors are well-known gang researchers or gang experts. It is abstracted in a number of different social sciences, including but not limited to: Sociological Abstracts (American Sociological Association), Psychological Abstracts (American Psychological Association), Criminal Justice Abstracts, National Criminal Justice Reference Service, Social Service Abstracts, and others.

             For over two decades, the Journal of Gang Research has published original research, book reviews and interviews dealing with gangs and gang problems. These publications have included a wide range of topical areas including promising theory, scientifically sound research, and useful policy analysis related to gangs and gang problems. A list of the articles previously published in theJournal of Gang Research is published in this voluminous text file.

             Librarians are able to order the Journal of Gang Research through EBSCO, LM Information Delivery, AOBC, Divine, Harrassowitz, Business Magazine Subscriptions, Blackwell, Basch Subscriptions (now Prenax) — in short, most of the major subscription services. Librarians can also order “back issues” of the journal. So if you need access to the Journal of Gang Research, then what you need to do is contact your local college/university or public library, ask for the “acquisitions librarian” or the “serials librarian”. They can order it through any of the subscription services the library uses.

            Do you want to have access to the Journal of Gang Research and the new “gang profiles” that are published in the future? The best way to do this is to ask your local librarian to subscribe to the Journal of Gang Research. Then your local library has the publication and it is accessible to you.

             Currently, there are a number of important new research initiatives underway or in planning, the results of which are clearly likely to fundamentally change the nature of what we know about gangs and gang threats. Such initiatives include “cross national gangs”, gangs that operate across national borders and which operate inside or pose a threat to the United States of America, as well as new types of gangs, new approaches to old gang problems, and new developments in the arena of social policy on gangs as well.

             The Journal of Gang Research particularly wants to encourage other gang analysts to contact the NGCRC if they are interested in working on a gang threat analysis of any type of violent criminal gang in any jurisdiction. Sometimes the NGCRC will assist with profile development, based on the many types of information it has developed over the years. The NGCRC does accept nominations for gang threat analysis as well: if a particular gang is presenting a growing problem in your jurisdiction, consider nominating it for a full gang profile analysis. To do this, simply write a letter to that effect to the NGCRC, PO Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468-0990.

               The journal may be ordered directly from the NGCRC (see subscription form at the end of this file) or through any of the major subscription services: EBSCO, Harrassowitz, etc. A subscription form is included at the end of this file.


INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS

             The Journal of Gang Research is now in its 22nd year as a professional interdisciplinary quarterly and is the official publication of the National Gang Crime Research Center. The Journal of Gang Research is interdisciplinary. It is widely abstracted (Sociological Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Psychological Abstracts, etc). It publishes original research on gangs, gang members, gang problems, gang crime patterns, gang prevention, and basically any gang issue (policy, etc).

              Authors should submit four (4) copies of the paper in ASA or APA format to: George W. Knox, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Gang Research, National Gang Crime Research Center, Post Office Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468l-0990. The review process takes between 2 to 3 months; sometimes longer.


Staff of the Journal of Gang Research (Last Updated Volume 22, Number 2, Winter, 2015 issue):


EDITOR-IN-CHIEF:

George W. Knox, Ph.D, Executive Director, National Gang Crime Research Center.


EXECUTIVE EDITOR:

D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.


REVIEWING EDITORS:

Tom Barker, Ph.D., Criminal Justice & Police Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY.

Thomas M. Batsis, Ph.D., School of Education, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA.

Judith Bessant, Ph.D., Youth Studies and Sociology, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

Steven R. Cureton, Ph.D., Dept. of Sociology, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC.

Gregg W. Etter, Sr., Ed.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO.

Steve Feimer, DPA, Director, Criminal Justice Studies, the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD.

Sandra Fortune, Ed.D., Tax Accountant/Corrections Volunteer, Mountain City, TN.

Vicky Ganieany, DBA, Education and Internet Consultant, Bourbonnais, IL.

Robert D. Hanser, Ph.D., Inst. of Law Enforcement, University of Louisiana Monroe, Monroe, LA.

Mario L. Hesse, Ph.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice Studies, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.

Wendy L. Hicks, Ph.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice, Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans, LA.

Jeffrey M. Johnson, Instructor, Legal Studies, University of Mississippi, University, MS.

Janice Joseph, Ph.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Pomona, NJ.

Suman Kakar, Ph.D., Fellow of the Honors College, Florida International University, Miami, FL.

Siu-ming Kwok, Ph.D., RSW, School of Social Work, King's University College, London, Ont. Canada.

Richard H. Martin, Ph.D., Dept. of Justice, Mercer University, Atlanta, GA.

Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.

David C. Moore, Ph.D., Department of Sociology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE.

Todd Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, Duncansville, PA.

Cynthia L. O'Donnell, Ph.D., Criminal Justice Administration and Policy, Marymount University, Arlington, VA.

Karen de Olivares, Ph.D.,The University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX.

Chris J. Przemieniecki, Ph.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice, West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

Professor Johnny R. Purvis, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, AR.

Dr. Manuel R. Roman, Jr., Dept. of Sociology/Psychology/Criminal Justice, Sierra College, Rocklin, CA.

Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Executive Director, Gang Alternatives Program, Wilmington, CA.

Carter F. Smith, J.D., Dept. of Criminal Justice, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN.

James Sutton, Ph.D., Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY.

Charla Waxman, Ph.D., Linden Oaks at Edward, Naperville, IL.

Michael J. Witkowski, Ph.D., CPP, Dept. of Criminal Justice, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI.

Mickie Wong-Lo, Ph.D., Dept. of Special Eduction, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL.

Doris D. Yates, Ph.D., College of Education, California State University, East Bay, CA.

Douglas L. Yearwood, Director, North Carolina Justice Analysis Center, Raleigh, NC.

 


SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED Q & A INFORMATION FOR SUBSCRIBERS AND SUBSCRIPTION AGENCIES


Q: We are from a subscription company, can I just call in a question I have about one of our subscribers?

A: Sadly, no, we prefer written inquiries: mail your inquiry to: Journal of Gang Research, NGCRC, PO Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468.


Q: We sent in a check for a subscription, but it has not yet been cashed, is there a problem?

A: No, we sometimes wait until depositing checks until shortly before we are ready to mail out the next issue of the journal. We are a quarterly, so we update routine subscriptions/renewals also on a quarterly basis.


Q: I am a subscriber through a subscription company, when does my subscription expire?

A: We send out an individualized letter to each and every subscriber (new and renewing) each time there is a transaction: e.g., payment received for a new or continuing subscription. In that letter, we indicate the start and end of the paid up subscription period.


Q: What is the current one year subscription price (USC) for U.S.A. addresses including postage?

A: $175 per year. ($300 per year for any subscriber who is located outside of the U.S.A.).


Q: Has the journal achieved the kind of strong and interdisciplinary intellectual recognition it needs in order to be widely abstracted in the social sciences?

A: Yes.


Q: Does the journal have any special subscription rates for proprietary “abstracting services” or journal information companies and private firms who want to subscribe to the journal for commercial purposes and be able to offer their own kinds of “abstracting services” outside of the professional bodies that are already abstracting this journal?

A: Yes, the journal may be able to accommodate such private companies outside of academia, please inquire; please note, however, that the subscription rates for private, or for profit, or proprietary “abstracting companies” are significantly higher than the rates for regular subscribers. And, further, special “conditions” may apply: the Journal of Gang Research may insist upon a signed agreement to make certain the proprietary abstracting service is not going to abuse the NGCRC copyrights. Of course, depending on the transparency and openness of companies inquiring about such an option, the NGCRC reserves the right to refuse such services and terminate the subscription at any time an abuse is suspected.


Q: Do you permit blind subscriptions by agencies with a U.S. mailing address who can then reship the journal abroad or to a cloaked subscriber?

A: No, we need to know who our subscribers are.


Q: What is the number of issues per year (frequency) and which months are they published in?

A: The Journal of Gang Research is a “quarterly”: thus, four (4) times a year is the frequency at which the journal is published. The months it is published in here is defined as the months in which each issue is actually “mailed” out using the United States Postal Service, and those months are the four seasons: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. E.G.: the fall issue is always mailed in “fall” which means between Sept. 22nd and December 20th. The Fall issue is always the sequence of issue number “1" within a volume. Thus, “issue number 4" will always be the “Summer” issue within a volume.


Q: Is there an agency or individual or special government discount or reduced student rate or reduced “bulk” rate or any special “member” rate or professional association membership discount?

A: No.


Q: Are there reduced rates for “multi-year” subscriptions?

A: No.


Q: If a subscriber “loses” a copy of the journal from its collection, or if it is destroyed or stolen, is it replaced free of charge?

A: No, you must purchase a replacement copy.


Q: What is the cost for individual replacement back issue copies?

A: See the price structure in this file at this URL.


Q: Is there an online full text edition?

A: No, not at this time, we are in the process of developing that option.


Q: What languages is the Journal of Gang Research available in?

A: English only.


Q: What is the claim deadline for missing issues to be submitted?

A: As everyone knows this is a “quarterly”, it seems reasonable to have a 100 day period for this type of claim: thus, any claim received in more than 3 months after the issue should have been received would not be given a free replacement for a claim that it was lost or stolen through the U.S. Mails. There is a special “claim form” that the subscriber must complete and sign and attest to: affirming that their library never received the issue in question through the U.S. Mails.


Q: Do we accept cancellations?

A: Yes, just print off a “cancellation request form” (see this webfile) and mail it to the NGCRC address on the form. We do not accept returned merchandise (copies of the journal received by the subscriber and then mailed back to us). We do not provide refunds of any kind: so if you were halfway through a one year subscription, and wanted to cancel hoping to get ½ of the subscription cost refunded, we cannot do that.


Q: Does the subscription begin with the next issue after the order is received or can we back start (retroactively apply) the subscription?

A: Both are possible. One can backdate the subscription for most issues of the journal to almost Volume 4, Number 1, Fall 1996. We cannot guarantee all issues between Vol. 4, No. 1 and the present are “in stock”: thus we reserve the right to substitute another issue of the journal in case we are out of stock of a copy that occurs within the sequence of a retroactive order. Note: the rates for back issues apply to anyone who is an existing subscriber and wants back issues. Note: starting a subscription retroactively to any point up to Volume 4, Number 1 and paying the regular yearly subscription rates is available only to new subscribers and this is a domestic U.S. rate only. The Journal is not offering the retroactive start option to subscribers who are not located in the USA.


Q: Do you allow blind subscriptions (i.e., can we have subscription company order it, you send it to the subscription company, and they forward it to us)?

A: No. For good cause, we need to know our subscribers.


Q: Are there free replacements for copies damaged by weather or natural disasters through the U.S. Postal Service delivery system?

A: Yes. Limited to a 30 day time period after receipt of said journal by the subscriber


Q: Do you accept Purchase Orders (a promise to pay in the near future or upon completion of the subscription)?

A: From government agencies only.


Q: Is there a cost-effective method available from the Journal of Gang Research for a library or a private research agency to acquire individual copies of specific articles previously published in the Journal of Gang Research from Volume Number 1, Issue Number 1 to the present?

A: Yes, see that section for “ordering information” in this file. For U.S. and Canada, we can fax them, all other countries: we must mail the copies to you.


Q: What is the refund policy of the JGR?

A: No refunds are allowed for any unserviced portion of the subscription should a subscriber want to cancel the subscription..


The Right to Refuse Service or to Do Business: The Journal of Gang Research Policy on Subscriptions, Subscription Companies, Foreign Subscribers, etc:

 It has been the policy of the NGCRC to exercise due diligence and consideration with regard to certain problematic situations arising in the context of persons, companies, governments seeking a subscription to or to do business with the Journal of Gang Research. The Journal of Gang Research publicly declared the country of South Africa, during the Apartheid Regime, to be ineligible to subscribe to our journal, and the NGCRC refused to do business with South African police agencies at the time, due to the issue of international human rights. Because of situations such as that and other good causes and the simple right to refuse service directly to subscribers and through subscription companies based on our judgment of what is best for us, the Journal of Gang Research reserves the right to refuse service to customers applying for new subscriptions. The Journal of Gang Research reserves the right to refuse to do business with or to continue to do business with subscription companies for any reason. The Journal of Gang Research reserves the right to refuse to provide subscriptions to any country designated as a state sponsor of terrorism by the U.S. State Department or to any country currently facing sanctions from the United States of America.

 

Cancellation Refund Policy:

              We will stop your subscription when we receive the “Cancellation Request Form” provided below. But we do not provide any refunds on the unserviced portion of the subscription to the Journal of Gang Research as a longstanding policy.

 

 

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CANCELLATION REQUEST FORM:

 

Date:

 

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Your Address:

 

Your City, State, Zipcode, Country

 

 

____Please stop sending and cancel our subscription to the Journal of Gang Research.

 

 

Return this form to:

 

    Journal of Gang Research

    National Gang Crime Research Center

   P.O. Box 990

   Peotone, IL 60468-0990

 

We acknowledge that the refund policy of the NGCRC provides no refunds to any unserviced portion of this subscription.

 

It must be mailed to the NGCRC.

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Refund Policy:

   No refunds are allowed for any unserviced portion of the subscription to the Journal of Gang Research.

    

Journal Subscription Policy on Claims for Replacement Copies and Lost/Non-Received Copies of the Journal of Gang Research:

            Given the importance of the subject matter of gangs and violence, gangs and terrorism, etc, the types of topics that routinely appear in the Journal of Gang Research, it is reasonable to believe that among those persons likely to steal items from a library, they might be particularly likely to steal the kind of journal we publish. We have noticed that some subscribers use a third party method of declaring that they did not receive a copy of the journal, and because it appears to disappear or not arrive at some subscriber locations (more so than others), we have instituted the Special Security Subscription Service (SSSS). Such third party declarations of loss are not sufficient in themselves after this date, and any declaration of loss or non-receipt of an issue of our journal shall require the actual subscriber to provide such a statement of non-receipt. If a pattern of “losses” are associated with a subscriber, we will not renew under regular journal subscription prices and will instead insist that any renewal is made on the basis of greater security in providing proof of delivery to the subscriber. The Special Security Subscriptions cost an additional $75 per year (to cover the extra cost in special handling: registered mail, return receipt). Regular domestic journal subscription prices assume the journal is handled through regular U.S. Postal Service mail delivery rates that do not require proof of delivery as in the use of certified mail and a Return Receipt Signature Card. The SSSS is available within the USA. For orders outside of the USA, the equivalent is the International Secure Subscription Service (ISSS), and because it involves a greater cost for ensuring “signature” based product delivery outside of the USA, the cost is an additional $80 per year (to cover the extra costs involved in this special handling).

              The NGCRC as publisher of the Journal of Gang Research reserves the right to insist that any subscriber foreign or domestic, after a pattern of excessive claims for lost on non-delivered journals, be automatically converted to a SSSS or ISSS subscription. The NGCRC has noticed that such “claims” tend to stop when there is absolute “signature” proof of delivery of the journal to its intended destination.

            Additionally, we have also had the need to formalize our reporting policy in this regard because we have reason to believe it is in the interests of all concerned to have facts about losses. Henceforth, it shall be the policy of the NGCRC to provide free replacements of single issues of the journal if and only if the following conditions are met: (1) the subscriber signs a “Non-Receipt of the Journal of Gang Research Form”, this form is basically a statement to the effect that if the NGCRC did mail the journal issue out by U.S. Postal Service it was in fact never received at the destination making a claim, and it must bear the name and signature of the claimant, (2) upon receipt of the Non-Receipt Form, the NGCRC will provide a free replacement issue if and only if the claim is made within 100 days. We have given the figure of 100 days intentionally: our journal has never been late in publishing, the issues are always mailed out in the same season they purport to represent (Fall: Oct. 21.- Dec.20; Winter: Dec. 21-Mar.20; Spring: Mar. 21-June 20; Summer: June 21-Oct. 20). Thus, a subscriber could have always known something was wrong with regard to receipt if they had not received a Fall issue of the journal by Dec. 20th, and they did in fact receive a subsequent Winter issue say on Feb. 26th. Thus, we will not honor replacement claims for losses through the U.S. mail made to the NGCRC after a period that exceeds 100 days after which the issue in question was actually mailed out. This gives more than sufficient time for any reasonable subscriber to notice they are missing an issue in their sequence.

            Please take note that the NGCRC does not provide free replacements for lost or stolen copies of the journal after they have been received by the subscriber. The NGCRC does maintain a back issue capability to provide replacement issues at a reasonable rate (usually $75 per issue if it is a recent issue, this could be more if it is an older issue; these are domestic rates, please inquire in writing for rates in terms of delivery outside of the USA). This is why we insist on a signed statement that the journal issue in question was never received by the subscriber through the U.S. Postal Service delivery system before the NGCRC will provide a free replacement issue. When it is the first such claim of a loss from a subscriber we assume that even if our investigation shows it was in fact mailed on time that the subscriber (the customer) is right, and we will automatically mail them a replacement issue but we will also mail them a Non-Receipt of Journal Form, and we expect the subscriber to attest to the fact that the issue being replaced never previously arrived at the subscriber’s address (i.e., it was never actually received, as opposed to the journal issue in question just disappeared, or was stolen, etc, after it had actually arrived safely at the subscribers address of record).

            It is also important to note that when we ask a subscriber to provide us with a signed statement to the effect the journal issue was in fact never received by their agency/institution, and the NGCRC has generously provided a replacement issue assuming we would receive such a signed statement that we had asked for, that the NGCRC at its discretion may designate the subscriber as needing a Special Security Subscription Service: registered mail signed receipt as proof of the fact that the subscriber is receiving the journal. Two or more occurrences of claims for replacements within the last two year time period shall constitute the basis for such a designation that the subscriber needs a Special Security Subscription Service.


This same information is posted at the official NGCRC website: www.ngcrc.com


Copy of the form the NGCRC requires for free replacements of non-received issues:

 

 

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 NON-RECEIPT OF JOURNAL OF GANG RESEARCH FORM


I (print name)___________________________________________________________


attest on behalf of:

Name of subscriber:__________________________________________________

Address:___________________________________________________________

 ___________________________________________________________

City, State, Zip:_____________________________________________________

 


(1) We never received through the United States Postal Service the following issue of theJournal of Gang Research (i.e., it never arrived at this facility/agency/library, etc):

 Volume _______, Number ________ Season ___________________Year ________

(note: Season refers to four options: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer)


 (2) As these issues never arrived at the above address by means of the U.S. Postal Service we are requesting a free replacement copy of the same.


 

Signature:______________________________________________________


 Date:__________________________________________________________


Please mail this Non-Receipt of Journal Form to:


 Journal of Gang Research

 NGCRC

 PO Box 990

 Peotone, IL 60468-0990



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INDIVIDUAL ARTICLE COPIES NOW AVAILABLE:

               Back issues of the Journal of Gang Research can be ordered individually, see the end of this text file for a Back Issue Order Form. All back issues are available. Feel free to write to the National Gang Crime Research Center, P.O. Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468 for price information on large orders. The lowest cost per issue is $75 (for orders originating within the U.S. only, all foreign orders handled on an individual basis), and could be more for rare older issues; note that these are prices only within the U.S., for prices involvement shipment outside of the USA, please inquire first in writing.

              Please note that the Journal of Gang Research has no relationship with the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), and it is not possible to photocopy our materials and then later pay the CCC. We tried that for a few years, it did not work out, there were abuses to our copyrighted materials and we elected simply not to be listed with CCC. Please note that the Journal of Gang Research does not authorize second parties to xerox, photoduplicate, copy or disseminate our articles through Interlibrary Loan arrangements. There are no “ex post facto” prices for violation of our copyrights. Please do not do it. We provide a reasonable, low cost way to get our information, please follow these simple guidelines. This policy provides for an efficient and cost-effective way to get the information available in back issues of the Journal of Gang Research.

            In order to serve the research needs of scholars in universities and agencies that do not have an extensive back collection of issues of the Journal of Gang Research, the NGCRC now provides a convenient and low cost mechanism for allowing access to the information and knowledge in the Journal of Gang Research from Volume 1, Number 1 to present. Individual copies of specific articles previously published in the Journal of Gang Research are now available for sale. The terms are for individual research usage only and do not convey any rights for reproduction (e.g., designing an ad hoc anthology of articles for use as a reader in a class, etc).

            Here is the way to order if you want the journal article faxed to your fax number: Just count the number of pages in the page lengths of the article(s) you want, and multiple the total page length by $3.50 each page. For example, if the article is under 10 pages in length, the cost is going to be $35.00 ($3.50 per page) including the cost of faxing to any U.S. or Canadian fax number.

 

            If you are located outside of the USA or Canada, then we will mail the article(s) to you by U.S. Postal Service (shipping free, via U.S. Postal Service). Ways to pay: by check, money order, or credit card. If you are a library, and you are contacting the NGCRC in order to comply with U.S. Copyright Law, where you want to notify us that your library may have exceeded the privileges granted to libraries in subsection 108(g)(2), then here are the costs: you must pay on a per page basis, and the cost per page is $3.50. You must add up the total page length count, and multiply it by $3.50 to calculate the fees due to the NGCRC. Make checks payable to: National Gang Crime Research Center, P.O. Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468-0990.

 

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A COMPLETE LISTING OF ARTICLES AND AUTHORS, WITH PAGE NUMBER REFERENCES IN THE ORIGINAL, ETC PUBLISHED IN THE Journal of Gang Research:


 There are always four issues in each volume of the journal (Number 1, Number 2, Number 3 and Number 4). The seasons coinciding with numbers 1-4 are: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer.


NOTE: Some issues may be out of print and therefore unavailable for back issue orders. Inquire before placing order.


Volume 1, Number 1:

"Lost in the Melting Pot: Asian Youth Gangs in the United States", by John Huey-Long Song, John Dembrink, and Gilbert Geis, pp. 1-12.

"Coming Out to Play: Reasons to Join and Participate in Asian Gangs", by Calvin Toy, pp. 13-30.

"Being Bad is Good: Explorations of the Bodgie Gang Culture in South East Australia, 1984-1956", by Judith Bessant and Rob Watts, pp. 31-56.

"Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves: A Black Female Gang in San Francisco", by David Lauderback, Joy Hansen, and Dan Waldorf, pp. 57-72.

 

Volume 1, Number 2:

"Investigating Gang Migration: Contextual Issues for Intervention", by Cheryl L. Maxson, pp. 1-8.

"Issues in Accessing and Studying Ethnic Youth Gangs", by Karen A. Joe, pp. 9-24.

"Methodological Issues in Studying Chinese Gang Extortion", by Ko-lin Chin, Robert J. Kelly, and Jeffrey A. Fagan, pp. 25-36.

"A Preliminary Inquiry into Alabama Youth Gang Membership", by Carol Aiken, Jeffrey P. Rush, and Jerry Wycoff, pp. 37-48.

"Review Essay: A Methodological Critique of Islands in the Street", by James F. Anderson, pp. 49-58.

"An Interview with Lewis Yablonsky: The Violent Gang and Beyond", by James G. Houston, pp. 59-68.

“Gang Colors: Should Students Be Allowed to Wear Them in College?”, pp. 69-70.


Volume 1, Number 3:

"Predictors of the Severity of the Gang Problem at the Local Level: An Analysis of Police Perceptions", by James F. Quinn and Bill Downs, pp. 1-11.

"Preliminary Findings from the 1992 Law Enforcement Mail Questionnaire Project", by George W. Knox, Edward D. Tromanhauser, Pamela Irving Jackson, Darek Niklas, James G. Houston, Paul Koch, and James R. Sutton, pp. 12-28.

"Non-Criminal Predictors of Gang Violence: An Analysis of Police Perceptions", by James F. Quinn and William Downs, pp. 29-38.

"The Implications of Social Psychological Theories of Group Dynamics for Gang Research", by Key Sun, pp. 39-44.

"Joe: The Story of an Ex-Gang Member", by Jessie Collins, pp. 45-50.

"An Interview With Richard Cloward", by Jeffrey Paul Rush, pp. 51-54.


Volume 1, Number 4:

"Do Gang Prevention Strategies Actually Reduce Crime?", by Dennis Palumbo, Robert Eskay, and Michael Hallett, pp. 1-10.

"When the Crips Invaded San Francisco - Gang Migration", by Dan Waldorf, pp. 11-16.

"Fraud Masters: Studying an Illusory, Non-Violent Gang Specializing in Credit Card Crimes", by Jerome E. Jackson, pp. 17-36.

"Asian Gang Problems and Social Policy Solutions: A Discussion and Review", by Lee-jan Jan, pp. 37-44.

"The Legacy of Street Corner Society and Gang Research in the 1990s: An Interview with William F. Whyte", by Karen A. Joe, pp. 45-52.



Volume 2, Number 1 (Fall 1994):

"The Effects of Gangs on Student Performance and Delinquency in Public Schools", by Thomas A. Regulus.

"The American 'Juvenile Underclass' and the Cultural Colonisation of Young Australians Under Conditions of Modernity", by Judith Bessant.

"National Policy Neglect and Its Impact on Gang Suppression", by James G. Houston.

"Youth Gang Intervention and Prevention in Texas: Evaluating Community Mobilization Training", by Elizabeth H. McConnell.


Volume 2, Number 2 (Winter 1995):

"A Comparative Analysis of Prison Gang Members, Security Threat Group Inmates and General Population Prisoners in the Texas Department of Corrections", by Robert S. Fong and Ronald E. Vogel, pp. 1-12.

"The Gang Problem in Large and Small Cities: An Analysis of Police Perceptions in Nine States", by James F. Quinn, Peggy M. Tobolowsky, and William T. Downs, pp. 13-23.

"A Community-University Based Approach to Gang Intervention and Delinquency Prevention: Racine's Innovative Model for Small Cities", by Susan R. Takata and Charles Tyler, pp. 25-38.

"The Evolution of Gang Formation: Potentially Delinquent Activity and Gang Involvement", by Jeffery T. Walker, Judge Bill White, and E. Ashley White, pp. 39-50.

"A More Effective Strategy for Dealing With Inner City Street Corner Gangs", by Angelo Ralph Orlandella, pp. 51-60.

"An Interview with James F. Short, Jr.", by Eric L. Jensen, pp. 61-68.


Volume 2, Number 3 (Spring 1995):

"Gang Affiliation Among Asian-American High School Students: A Path Analysis of Social Development Model 1", by Zheng Wang, pp. 1-13.

"Predictors of Gang Violence: The Impact of Drugs and Guns on Police Perceptions in Nine States", by James F. Quinn and Bill Downs, pp. 15-27.

"Juvenile Gang Activity in Alabama", by Jerry C. Armor and Vincent Keith Jackson, pp. 29-35.

"Hispanic Perceptions of Youth Gangs: A Descriptive Exploration", by Marc Gertz, Laura Bedard, and Will Persons, pp. 37-49.

"Implications of the Shaw-McKay Studies and the Problems of Intervention in Gang Work", by Anthony Sorrentino, pp. 51-60..

"Findings on African-American Female Gang Members Using A Matched Pair Design", by George W. Knox, pp. 61-71.


Volume 2, Number 4 (Summer, 1995):

"Female Gang Members: A Growing Issue for Policy Makers", by George T. Felkenes and Harold K. Becker, pp. 1-10.

"The Disaster Within Us: Urban Conflict and Street Gang Violence in Los Angeles", by John P. Sullivan and Martin E. Silverstein, pp. 11-30.

"Patterns of Gang Activity in a Border Community", by William B. Sanders and S. Fernando Rodriguez, pp. 31-43.

"Blood-in, Blood-out: The Rationale Behind Defecting From Prison Gangs", by Robert S. Fong, Ronald E. Vogel, and Salvador Buentello, pp. 45-51.

"Potential Research Areas for Addressing Gang Violence", by Shirley R. Holmes, pp. 53-57.

"Preliminary Results of the 1995 National Prosecutor's Survey", a report of the National Gang Crime Research Center, pp. 59-71.



Volume 3, Number 1 (Fall 1995):

"Gang Enforcement Problems and Strategies: National Survey Findings", by Claire M. Johnson, Barbara A. Webster, Edward F. Connors, and Diana J. Saenz, pp. 1-18.

"Delinquency in Chicago During the Roaring Twenties: Assembling Reality in Ethnography", by Karen A. Joe, pp. 19-32.

"Investigating Gang Structures", by Cheryl L. Maxson and Malcolm W. Klein, pp. 33-40.

"Victimization Patterns of Asian Gangs in the United States", by John Huey-Long Song and Lynn M. Hurysz, pp. 41-49.

"Tattoos and the New Urban Tribes", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, pp. 51-54.

"Gang Profile: The Gangster Disciples", by George W. Knox and Leslie L. Fuller, pp. 58-76.



Volume 3, Number 2 (Winter 1996):

"Gang Migration: The Familial Gang Transplant Phenomenon", by John A. Laskey, pp. 1-15.

"Community Strategies to Neutralize Gang Proliferation", by James F. Anderson and Laronistine Dyson, pp. 17-26.

"Preliminary Results of the 1995 Adult Corrections Survey: A Special Report of the National Gang Crime Research Center", pp. 27-63.

"Gang Profile: The Black Gangsters, AKA 'New Breed'", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 64-76.



Volume 3, Number 3 (Spring, 1996):

"What Works: The Search for Excellence in Gang Intervention Programs", by James G. Houston, pp. 1-16.

"A Violent Few: Gang Girls in the California Youth Authority", by Jill Leslie Rosenbaum, pp. 17-23.

"Specialization Patterns of Gang and Nongang Offending: A Latent Structure Analysis", by Kevin M. Thompson, David Brownfield, and Ann Marie Sorenson, pp. 25-35.

"The 'Tabula Rasa' Intervention Project for Delinquent Gang-Involved Females", by Ernest M. DeZolt, Linda M. Schmidt, and Donna C. Gilcher, pp. 37-43.

"Gang Profile: The Black Disciples", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 45-65.

Editorial on O.J.J.D.P., pp. 72-74.



Volume 3, Number 4 (Summer, 1996):

"Inside Gang Society: How Gang Members Imitate Legitimate Social Forms", by Alice P. Franklin Elder, Ph.D., pp. 1-12.

"Defiance and Gang Identity: Quantitative Tests of Qualitative Hypotheses", by Gary F. Jensen, pp. 13-29.

"Factors Associated With Gang Involvement Among Incarcerated Youths", by William Evans and Alex Mason, pp. 31-40.

"Research Note: The 1996 National Law Enforcement Gang Analysis Survey — A Special Report from the NGCRC", pp . 41-55.

"Gang Profile: The Black P. Stone Nation", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 57-74



Volume 4, Number 1(Fall, 1996):

"The Extent and Dynamics of Gang Activity in Juvenile Correctional Facilities", by Sandra S. Stone, Ph.D. and Jerry Wycoff, Ph.D., pp. 1-8.

"A Comparative Analysis of Female Gang and Non-Gang Members in Chicago", by Jean Chang, Ph.D., pp. 9-18.

"Joining the Gang: A Look at Youth Gang Recruitment", by Thomas A. Rees, Jr., pp. 19-25.

"Side by Side: An Ethnographic Study of a Miami Gang", by Wilson R. Palacios, pp. 27-38.

"Views from the Field: Not Just Removing Tattoos", by Brian M. Bochenek, pp. 39-42.

"Gang Profile: The Latin Kings", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 43-72.

 


Volume 4, Number 2 Winter, 1997):

"Black Youth Gangs", by Janice Joseph, Ph.D., pp. 1-12.

"Causes of Gang Participation and Strategies for Prevention in Gang Members' Own Words", by Suman K. Sirpal, pp. 13-22.

"Kindred Spirits: Sister Mimetic Societies and Social Responsibilities", by Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan, pp. 23-36.

"The Social Reality of Street Gangs", by David E. Neely, pp. 37-46.

"Research Note: A Gang Classification System for Corrections — A Special Report of the NGCRC", pp. 47-57.

"Gang Profile: The Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation of New York", by G.V. Corbiscello, pp. 59-74.


Volume 4, Number 3 (Spring 1997):

"The Gang Snitch Profile", by John A. Laskey, pp. 1-16.

"Helping Schools Respond to Gang Violence", by Tom Batsis, pp. 17-22.

"A Regional Gang Incident Tracking System", by Bryan Vila and James W. Meeker, pp. 23-36.

"Views from the Field: A Street Gang in Fact", by Fernando Parra, pp. 37-38.

"Views from the Field: GD Peace Treaty Fails in Gary", by Curtis J. Robinson, pp. 39-40.

"Research Note: The Facts About Female Gang Members", pp. 41-59.

"Crips: A Gang Profile Analysis", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 61-75.


Volume 4, Number 4 (Summer 1997):

"Introducing Gang Evidence Against a Criminal Defendant at Trial", by James G. Guagliardo, J.D. and Sgt. Michael Langston, pp. 1-10.

"Correlates of Gang Membership: A Test of Strain, Social Learning, and Social Control Theories", by David Brownfield, Kevin M. Thompson, and Ann Marie Sorenson, pp. 11-22.

"Origins and Effects of Prison Drug Gangs in North Carolina", by Dennis J. Stevens, pp. 23-35.

"A Socioeconomic Comparison of Drug Sales by Mexican-American and Mexican Immigrant Male Gang Members", by Harold K. Becker, George T. Felkenes, Lisa Magana, and Jill Huntley, pp. 37-47.

"Special Report: The Gang Problem in Chicago's Public Housing", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 49-65

"The Gang Dictionary: A Guide to Gang Slang, Gang Vocabulary, and Gang Socio-linguistic Phrases", pp. 66-75.


Volume 5, Number 1 (Fall 1997):

"Prison Gang Research: Preliminary Findings in Eastern North Carolina", by Mary S. Jackson and Elizabeth Gail Sharpe, M.S.W., pp. 1-7.

"Ideology and Gang Policy: Beyond the False Dichotomy", by J. Mitchell Miller, William J. Ruefle, and Richard A. Wright, pp. 9-20.

"The 'Get Out of the Gang Thermometer': An Application to a Large National Sample of African-American Male Youths", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 21-43.

"California Juvenile Gang Members: An Analysis of Case Records", by Jennifer Santman, Julye Myner, Gordon G. Cappeletty, and Barry F. Perimutter, pp. 45-53.

Views from the Field: Gangs in Sight, by Conny Vercaigne, pp. 55-61.

An Update on the Chicago Latin Kings, by George W. Knox, pp. 63-76.


Volume 5, Number 2 (Winter 1998):

"Bullying Behavior in School: A Predictor of Later Gang Involvement", by Shirley R. Holmes, Ph.D. and Susan J. Brandenburg-Ayres, Ed.D., , pp. 1-6.

"Correlates of Gang Involvement Among Juvenile Probationers", by Jeffrey M. Jenson, Ph.D. and Matthew O. Howard, Ph.D., pp. 7-15.

"Common Characteristics of Gangs: Examining the Cultures of the New Urban Tribes", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., pp. 19-33.

"The Rural Gang Problem: A Case Study in the Midwest", by Michael P. Coghlan, pp. 35-40.

"Research Note: A Comparison of Two Gangs - The Gangster Disciples and the Vice Lords", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 41-50.

"Special Report: White Racist Extremist Gang Members - A Behavioral Profile", pp. 51-60.

"Gang Profile: A Nation of Gods - The Five Percent Nation of Islam", by G.V. Corbiscello, pp. 61-73.


Volume 5, Number 3 (Spring 1998):

"At-Risk Behavior and Group Fighting: A Latent Structure Analysis, by Kevin M. Thompson, David Brownfield, and Ann Marie Sorenson, pp. 1-14.

"Social and Psychological Characteristics of Gang Members", by Marc Le Blanc and Nadine Lanctot, pp. 15-28.

"Nickname Usuage by Gang Members", by Barbara H. Zaitzow, pp. 29-40.

"Prison Gangs in South Africa: A Comparative Analysis", by James G. Houston and Johan Prinsloo, pp. 41-52.

Special Report: An Update of Asian Gang Affiliation, by Zheng Wang, Ph.D., pp. 53-59.

Abstracts: The Preliminary Program of the 19998 Second International Gang Specialiast Training Conference, pp. 60-73.


Volume 5, Number 4 (Summer 1998):

"Development of an Instrument for Predicting At-Risk Potential for Adolescent Street Gang Membership", by Todd D. Negola, M.A., pp. 1-14.

"From Boozies to Bloods: Early Gangs in Los Angeles", by John C. Quicker and Akil Batani-Khalfani, pp. 15-22.

“A Descriptive and Comparative Analysis of Female Gang Members”, by Arthur J. Lurigio, James A. Schwartz, and Jean Chang, pp. 23-33.

"The Death of Telemachus: Street Gangs and the Decline of Modern Rites of Passage", by Andrew V. Papachristos, pp. 35-44.

"Views from the Field: Guidelines for Operating an Effective Gang Unit", by Sgt. Michael Langston, pp. 45-70.

"Special Report: How to Gang Proof Your Child", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 71-76.


Volume 6, Number 1 (Fall 1998):

"A Special Report from the National Gang Crime Research Center: Excerpts from the Economics of Gang Life", pp. 1-34.

"Views from the Field of Law Enforcment: A Speech by Sgt. Ron Stallworth", pp. 35-55.

"Views from the Vield of Corrections: A Speech to Inmates by Major Raymond Rivera", pp. 57-60.

"Gang Profile: Association Neta", by Sgt. Raymond E. Hehnly, pp. 61-68.


Volume 6, Number 2 (Winter 1999):

"Risk Factors Associated with Gang Joining Among Youth", by Sandra S. Stone, Ph.D., pp. 1-18.

"The Promulgation of Gang-Banging Through the Mass Media", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 19-38.

"Views from the Field: Gang Homicide Investigation", by Det. James Fanscali, pp. 39-46.

"Research Note: Asian Gangs", by Thomas F. McCurrie, Ph.D., pp. 47-52.

"Special Report: A Comparison of Gang Members and Non-Gang Members from Project GANGFACT", pp. 53-76.


Volume 6, Number 3 (Spring 1999):

"Goal Displacement at Leadership and Operational Levels of the Gang Organizatin", by Alice P. Franklin Elder, Ph.D., pp. 1-7.

"Skinheads: Manifestations of the Warrior Culture of the New Urban Tribes", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter Sr., pp. 9-21.

"Prison Gangs: The North Carolina Experience", by Barbara H. Zaitzow, Ph.D. and James G. Houston, Ph.D., pp. 23-32.

"Risk Behaviors for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Gangs in Dallas, Texas", by Bertis B. Little, Ph.D.; Jose Gonzalez, M.S.S.W., Laura Snell, M.P.H., and Christian Molidor, Ph.D., pp. 33-47.

Research Note: "Juvenile Gang Members: A Public Health Perspective", by George W. Knox, Ph.D. and Edward D. Tromanhauser, Ph.D., pp. 49-60.

Gang Profile: The Brotherwoods - The Rise and Fall of a White-Supremacist Gang Inside a Kansas Prison, by Roger H. Bonner, pp. 61-76.

 

Volume 6, Number 4 (Summer 1999):

"A Comparison of Cults and Gangs: Dimensions of Coercive Power and Malevolent Authority", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., pp. 1-39.

"Jamaican Posses and Transnational Crimes", by Janice Joseph, Ph.D., pp. 41-47.

"The Affirmation of Hanging Out: The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Gang Busting Laws and Their Consequences", by Lewis Yablonsky, Ph.D., pp. 49-55.

"Trying to Live Gang-Free in Cicero, Illinois", by George W. Knox and Curtis J. Robinson., pp. 57-70.

"Views from the Field: The Impact of Gangs on Private Security in the Workplace", by Melvyn May, Ph.D., pp. 71-74.


Volume 7, Number 1: Fall, 1999

"Gang Prevention and Intervention in a Rural T own in California", by Karen Stum and Mayling Maria Chu, pp. 1 - 12.

"Gang Membership: Gang Formations and Gang Joining", by Steven R. Cureton, Ph.D., pp. 13-21.

"A New Breed of Warrior: The Emergence of American Indian Youth Gangs", by Julie A. Hailer and Cynthia Baroody Hart, pp. 23 - 33.

"Profiling the Satanic/Occult Dabblers in the Correctional Offender Population", by Curtis J. Robinson, pp. 35-66.

"Views from the Field: By Gordon McLean", pp. 72-75.


Volume 7, Number 2: Winter, 2000

"The Impact of the Federal Prosecution of the Gangster Disciples", by George W. Knox, pp. 1 - 64.

"Views from the Field: A Look Into the Michigan Department of Corrections STG/Gang Program", by Robert Mulvaney, STG Coordinator, pp. 65-66.

"Legal Note: Additional Civil Suits Against Gangs in Illinois", pp. 67-73.

"Views From the Field: A.D., After the Disciples: The Neighborhood Impact of a Federal Prosecution", by Andrew V. Papachristos, pp. 74-76.


Volume 7, Number 3: Spring, 2000

"A National Assessment of Gangs and Securty Threat Groups (STGs) in Adult Correctional Institutions: Results of the 1999 Adult Corrections Survey", by George W. Knox, pp. 1 - 45.

"The Preliminary Program for Gang College 2000: Confirmed Trainers and Presenters With Session Length and Abstracts/Bios", pp. 47 - 71.

"Information About Gang College 2000", pp. 72-76.


Volume 7, Number 4: Summer, 2000

"Overcoming Problems Associated with Gang Research: A Standardized and Systemic Methodology", by Douglas L. Yearwood and Richard Hayes, pp. 1 - 8.

"The Gangbangers of East Los Angeles: Sociopsycho-analytic Considerations", by Gene N. Levine and Fernando Parra, pp. 9 - 12.

"A Corporation-Based Gang Prevention Approach: Possible? Preliminary Report of A Corporate Survey", by John Z. Wang, Ph.D., pp. 13-28.

"Homicide in School: A Preliminary Discussion", by Shirley R. Holmes, Ph.D., pp. 29-36.

"Special Report of the NGCRC: Findings from Project GANGMILL", pp. 37-76.


Volume 8, Number 1: Fall, 2000

"Frederic M. Thrasher (1892-1962) And The Gang (1927)", by Gilbert Geis and Mary Dodge, pp. 1-49.

"Asian Gangs: New Challenges in the 21st Century", by John Z. Wang, pp. 51-62.

"Street Gangs and Apartment Housing in America: A Qualitative Assessment", by Michael J. Witkowski, CPP, pp. 63-70.


Volume 8, Number 2: Winter, 2001

"Vietnamese Gangs, Cliques, and Delinquents", by Yoko Baba, pp. 1-20..

"Adolescents Leaving Gangs: An Analysis of Risk and Protective Factors, Resilency and Desistance in A Developmental Context", by Laura Caldwell and David M. Altschuler, pp. 21-34.

"Ecological Assessment: Establishing Ecological Validity in Gang Intervention Strategies - A Call for Ecologically Sensitive Assessment of Gang Affected Youth", by Thomas Boerman, pp. 35-48.

"Totemism and Symbolism in the White Supremacist Movements: Images of an Urban Warrior Culture", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., Ed.D., pp. 49-75.


Volume 8, Number 3: Spring, 2001

“The Relationship between Gang and Other Group Involvement and the Use of Illicit Drugs: Findings From Maryland’s Offender Population Urinalysis Screening (OPUS) Program”, by George S. Yacoubian, Jr.,; Delcie G. Rico; Elisabeth Fost; Blake J. Urbach; and Eric D. Wish, pp. 1 - 11.

"Program Information on the 4th International Gang Specialist Training Program: Chicago, IL, Aug. 15-17, 2001: Confirmed Trainers and Presenters With Session Length and Abstracts/Bios", pp. 13-31

"Abstract Information for the Summer, 2001 Training Conference", pp. 33 - 76.


Volume 8, Number 4: Summer, 2001

"A Statewide Assessment of Gangs in Public Schools: Origins, Membership and Criminal Activities", by Douglas L. Yearwood and Richard Hayes, pp. 1-12.

"The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Veterano Chicano Gang Members and the (Dys)Functional Aspects of the Role", by Fernando Parra, pp. 13-18.

"A Gang By Any Other Name is Just a Gang: Towards an Expanded Definition of Gangs", by James F. Anderson, Nancie J. Mangels, and Laronistine Dyson, pp. 19-34.

"Legal, Ethical and Clinical Implications of Doing Field Work with Young Gang Members Who Engage in Serious Violence", by Mark Totten, pp. 35-56.

Gang Profile: "The Satan's Disciples", by George W. Knox, pp. 57-76.


Volume 9, Number 1: Fall, 2001

"Bomb and Arson Crimes Among American Gang Members: A Behavioral Science Profile --- A Special Report by the National Gang Crime Research Center", pp. 1-38.

"Methamphetamine Use and Sales Among Gang Members: The Cross-Over Effect", by Curtis J. Robinson, pp. 39-52.

"Gang Profile Update: The Black P. Stone Nation", by George W. Knox, pp. 53-76.


Volume 9, Number 2: Winter, 2002

"Distinguishing the Effects of Peer Delinquency and Gang Membership on Self-Reported Delinquency", by David Brownfield and Kevin Thompson, pp. 1-10.

"Familial Crimnality, Familial Drug Use, and Gang Membership: Youth Criminality, Drug Use, and Gang Membership - What are the Connnections?", by Suman Kakar, pp. 11-22.


"Differentiating Factors in Gang and Drug Homicide", by Gerri-Ann Brandt and Brenda Russell, pp. 23-40.

"Applying Self-Control Theory to Gang Membership in a Non-Urban Setting", by Trina L. Hope and Kelly R. Damphouse, pp. 41-61.

NGCRC Special Report: "Responding to Gangs in the 21st Century: A Research and Policy View", by George W. Knox, pp. 63-74.

Book Review: Hope Fulfilled for At-Risk and Violent Youth, reviewed by Shirley R. Holmes, pp. 75-76.


Volume 9, Number 3: Spring, 2002

Special Report: "The Melanics - A Gang Profile Analysis", by George W. Knox, pp. 1-76.


Volume 9, Number 4: Summer, 2002

"A Preliminary Profile of Laotian/Hmong Gangs: A California Perspective", by John Z. Wang, pp. 1-14.

"The Perceived Effects of Religion on White Supremacist Culture", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter Sr., pp. 15-24.

"From Religious Cult to Criminal Gang: The Evolution of Chinese Triads (Part 1)", by Hua-Lun Huang and John Z. Wang, pp. 25-32.

"Dangerous Motorcycle Gangs: A Facet of Organized Crime in the Mid Atlantic Region", by Richard C. Smith, Sr.

"The Drivers License: A Suggested Gang Suppression Strategy", by James O. Henkel and Philip L. Reichel, pp. 45-56.

Abstracts of the Preliminary Program for the 2002 Fifth International Gang Specialist Training Conference, August 14-16, 2002, Chicago, IL, pp. 57-75.


Volume 10, Number 1: Fall, 2002

"Work, Workplace Deviance, and Criminal Offenders: An Analysis of Project GANGMILL", by Michael J. Witkowski, Robert J. Homant, aned Erick Barnes, pp. 1-10.

"Predictors of Gang Involvement Among American Indian Adolescents", by Les B. Whitbeck, Dan R. Hoyt, Xiaojin Chen, and Jerry D. Stubben, pp. 11-26.

"Promising (And Not-So-Promising) Gang Prevention and Intervention Strategies: A Compehensive Literature Review", by Jeanne B. Stinchcomb, pp. 27-46.

"The "New" Female Gang Member: Anomaly or Evolution?", by James F. Anderson, Willie Brooks, Jr., Adam Langsam, and Laronistine Dyson, pp. 47-65.

Gang Profile Analysis: "Black Gods in Red Bank: The Five Percent Nation in Central New Jersey", by David J. Dodd and Damon Pearson, pp. 66-74.


Volume 10, Number 2: Winter, 2003

"Security Threat Groups: The Threat Posed by White Supremacist Organizations", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., pp. 1-24.

"White Supremacy Music - What Does it Mean to Our Youth", by Andrew M. Grascia, pp. 25-31.

"Confronting Transnational Gangs in the Americas", by Joseph Rogers, pp. 33-44.

"Native-American Youths and Gangs", by Janice Joseph and Dorothy Taylor, pp. 45-54.

"Chicano Music and Latino Rap and its Influence on Gang Violence and Culture", by Gabe Morales, pp. 55-63.

"Prison Deviance as a Predictor of General Deviance: Some Correlational Evidence from Project GANGMILL", by Robert J. Homant and Michael J. Witkowski, pp. 65-75.


Volume 10, Number 3: Spring, 2003

"A Modus Operandi Analysis of Bank Robberies by An Asian Gang: Implications for Law Enforcement", by John Z. Wang, pp. 1-12.

"Strategic Planning for Law Enforcement Agencies: Management as a Gang Fighting Strategy", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., pp. 13-23.

"Street Gangs: Utilizing Their Roll Calls for Investigative and Research Purposes", by Ken Davis, pp. 25-36.

"Gang Violence in Rural Georgia: A Community's Fight", by Shirley R. Holmes and Joe Amerling, pp. 37-64.

Gang Threat Analysis: "The Chaldean Mafia: A Preliminary Gang Threat Analysis", by George Knox, pp. 65-76.


Volume 10, Number 4: Summer, 2003

“Female Gangs and Patterns of Female Delinquency in Texas”, by Alan C. Turley, pp. 1-12.

“How Do Youth Claiming Gang Membership Differ From Youth Who Claim Membership in Another Group, Such As A Crew, Clique, Posse, or Mob?”, by Julie M. Amato and Dewey G. Cornell, pp. 13-23.

“The Effect of Gang Membership on Parole Outcome”, by Marilyn D. McShane, Frank P. Williams III, and H. Michael Dolny, pp. 25-38.

“Connecting Students At-Risk to Schools: Social Program Interventions”, by Shirley R. Holmes, Susan J. Brandenburg-Ayres, and Daria T. Cronic, pp. 39-46.


Volume 11, Number 1: Fall, 2003

“Differential Association and Gang Membership”, by David Brownfield, pp. 1-12.

“Do Gangs Exist in Rural Areas and Small Cities: Perceptions of Law Enforcement Agencies”, by Satasha L. Green, pp. 13-31.

“Girls in Gangs: Biographies and Culture of Female Gang Associates in New Zealand”, BY Greg Newbold and Glennis Dennehy, pp. 33-53.

“Gangster Rap - The Real Words Behind the Songs”, by Andrew M. Grascia, pp. 55-63.

“Why Do Children Join Gangs?”, pp. 65-75.


Volume 11, Number 2: Winter 2004

“An Assessment of Gang Presence and Related Activity at the County Level: Another Deniability Refutation”, by J. Mitchell Miller, et al, pp. 1-22.

“Mara Salvatrucha (MS 13) in Montgomery County Maryland”, by Jeffrey T. Wennar, pp. 23-28.

“Gang Violence: Mara Salvatrucha - Forever Salvador”, by Andrew M. Grascia, pp. 29-36.

“Exporting American Organized Crime - Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs”, by Tom Barker, pp. 37-50.

“Skinheads: A Three Nation Comparison”, by Wendy L. Hicks, pp. 51-74.


Volume 11, Number 3: Spring 2004

“Females and Gangs: Sexual Violence, Prostitution, and Exploitation”, by George W. Knox, pp. 1-15.

Special Report: The Preliminary Program of the 2004 NGCRC 7th International Gang Specialist Training Program, Chicago, IL”, pp. 16-76.


Volume 11, Number 4: Summer 2004

“The Truth about Outlaw Bikers & What You Can Expect If They Come To Your Town”, by Andrew M. Grascia, pp. 1-16.

“Gang Unit Journal, Part I: ‘There’s Always a But...’”, by Karen de Olivares, pp. 17-24.

“Prison Gang Leadership: Traits Identified by Prison Gangsters”, by Sandra Fortune, pp. 25-46.

“Let Senior Brothers/Sisters Meet Junior Brothers/Sisters: The Categorical Linkages between Traditional Chinese Secret Associations and Modern Organized Chinese Underground Groups”, by Hua-Lun Huang, pp. 47-68.


Volume 12, Number 1: Fall, 2004

Special Issue - “The Problem of Gangs and Security Threat Groups (STG’s) in American Prisons Today: A Special NGCRC Report”, pp. 1-76.


Volume 12, Number 2: Winter, 2005

“Working With Youth Street Gangs and Their Families: Utilizing a Nurturing Model for Social Work Practice”, by Mary S. Jackson, Lessie Bass, and Elizabeth G. Sharpe, pp. 1-17.

“Youth Gangs of Rural Texas: College Students Speak Out”, by Satasha L. Green, pp. 19-40.

“Gang Behavior and Movies: Do Hollywood Gang Films Influence Violent Gang Behavior?”, by Chris J. Przemieniecki, pp. 41-71.


Volume 12, Number 3: Spring, 2005:

“The Ku Klux Klan: Evolution Towards Revolution”, by LT. Gregg W. Etter Sr., Ed.D., David H. McElreath, Ph.D., and Chester L. Quarles, Ph.D., pp. 1-16

Abstracts for the 2005 Gang Specialist Training Program, pp. 17-76


Volume 12, Number 4: Summer, 2005:

Correlates of Hispanic Female Gang Membership”, by Dorothy D. Sule, pp. 1-23.

“The Impact of Gang Membership on Mental Health Symptoms, Behavior Problems and Antisocial Criminality of Incarcerated Young Men”, by Kevin Corcoran, Alex Washington, and Nancy Meyers, pp. 25-35.

“Beyond the Lenses of the ‘Model’ Minority Myth: A Descriptive Portrait of Asian Gang Members”, by Glenn T. Tsunokai, pp. 37-58.

“Golden Parachutes and Gangbanging: Taiwanese Gangs in Suburban Southern California”, by Kay Kei-ho Pih and KuoRay Mao, pp. 59-72.

“Views from the Field: Memorandum in Support of Gang Expert Testimony”, by Jeffrey T. Wenner, pp. 73-76.


Vol. 13, No. 1: Fall, 2005:

“Gangs in the Law: A Content Analysis of Statutory Definitions for the Term Gang”, by D. Lee Gilbertson and Seth J. Malinski, pp. 1-16.

“The Linkages Between Street Gangs and Organized Crime: The Canadian Experience”, by Katharine Kelly and Tullio Caputo, pp. 17-31.

“Drug Use Among East African and Middle Eastern Immigrants: The Khat is out of the Bag”, by LT Gregg W. Etter, Sr., Ed.D., and Mohamed A. Ali, pp. 33-40.

“Gang Membership, Delinquent Friends and Criminal Family Members: Determining the Connections”, by Suman Kakar, pp. 41-52.


Vol. 13, No. 2: Winter, 2006:

“El remolque y el vacil: HIV Risk Among Street Gangs in El Salvador”, by Julia Dickson-Gomez, Gloria Bodnar, Aradenia Guevara, Karla Rodriguez, and Mauricio Gaborit, pp. 1-26.

“Motorcycle Gangs: The New Face of Organized Crime”, by Edward J. McDermott, pp. 27-36.

“Girls, Gangs and Crime: Profile of the Young Female Offender”, by Lianne Archer and Andrew M. Grascia, pp. 37-49.


Vol. 13, No. 3: Spring, 2006:

“The Use of Social Network Analysis (SNA) in the Examination of an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang”, by Donnay McNally and Jonathan Alston, pp. 1-25.

Official Proceedings: Session Abstracts for the 2006 NGCRC 9th International Gang Specialist Training Conference, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 27-74.


Vol. 13, No. 4: Summer, 2006:

“An Assessment of Hispanic/Latino Gangs in North Carolina: Findings from a General Law Enforcement Survey”, by Alison Rhyne and Douglas L. Yearwood, pp. 1-14.

“Asian Gang Homicides and Weapons: Criminalistics and Criminology”, by D.A. Lopez, pp. 15-29.

“A Defiance Theory of Sanctions and Gang Membership”, by David Brownfield, pp. 31-43.

Views from the Field: “Opportunities Missed: Montgomery County Gang Prevention Task Force”, by Jeffrey T. Wennar, pp. 45-50.


Vol. 14, No. 1: Fall, 2006:

Special Report from the NGCRC: “Findings from the K-12 Survey Project: A Special Report of the NGCRC on Gang Problems in American Public Schools”, by George W. Knox, pp. 1-52.


Vol. 14, No. 2: Winter 2007:

 “Hispanic/Latino Gangs: A Comparative Analysis of Nationally Affiliated and Local Gangs”, by Douglas L. Yearwood and Alison Rhyne, pp. 1-18.

“Gangs and Terrorists in the Americas: An Unlikely Nexus”, by Joseph Rogers, pp. 19-30.

“Gangster ‘Blood’ over College Aspirations: The Implications of Gang Membership for One Black Male College Student”, by Steven Cureton and Rochelle Bellamy, pp. 31-49.


Vol. 14, No. 3: Spring, 2007:

“The Gang’s All Here: The Globalization of Gang Activity”, by Jodi Vittori, pp. 1-34.

“The Preliminary Program for the 2007 NGCRC Training Conference, Course Abstracts”, pp. 35-76.


Volume 14, No. 4, Summer: 2007:

“Third Generation Gang Studies: An Introduction”, by John P. Sullivan and Robert J. Bunker, pp. 1-10.

“Theoretical Foundations for Gang Membership”, by Michael Klemp-North, pp. 11-26.

“Street gangs in Indian Country: A Clash of Cultures”, by Christopher M. Grant and Steve Feimer, pp. 27-66.

“A Call for an Assessment-Based Approach to Gang Intervention”, by Thomas Boerman, pp. 67-73.



Volume 15, No. 1, Fall, 2007:

“The Organizational Structure of Street Gangs in Newark, New Jersey: A Network Analysis Methodology”,. By Jean Marie McGloin, pp. 1-34.

“Central American Gangs: An Overview of the Phenomenon in Laltin America and the U.S.”, by Thomas Boerman, pp. 35-52.


Volume 15, No. 2, Winter, 2008:

“Graffiti Formats: Are they Gangs or Graffiti Crews?”, by Kenneth A. Davis, pp. 1-18.

“A Comprehensive Literature Review of Rural Youth Gangs”, by Karen L. Wilson, pp. 19-32.

“Border Crossings: A Look at the Very Real Threat of Cross Border Gangs to the U.S.”, by G.V. Corbiscello, pp. 33-52.


Volume 15, No. 3, Spring , 2008:

“Exploring the Experiences of Asian Youth in the Criminal Justice System in Canada”, by Siu-ming Kwok, pp. 1-17.

“The Preliminary Program Listing of the 2008 NGCRC 11th International Gang Specialist Training Conference: Session Abstracts”, pp. 18-68.


Volume 15, No. 4, Summer, 2008.

“Understanding Gang Theories: Social Process Theories, Part One”, by Mario L. Hesse, pp. 1-14.

“Antecedents to Gang Membership: Attachments, Beliefs, and Street Encounters with the Police”, by Arthur L. Lurigio, Jamie L. Flexon, and Richard G.Greenleaf, pp. 15-33.

“Female Gang Members and Desistance: Pregnancy as a Possible Exit Strategy”, by Jennifer A. Varriale, pp. 35-64.

“Gang Affiliation and Negative Perceptions About Authority, Law Enforcement, and Laws: Is Gang Affiliation a Precursor to Becoming a Threat to Homeland Security and Terrorism?”, by Suman Kakar, pp. 65-76.


Volume 16, No. 1, Fall, 2008:

“Examining the Demographics of Street Gangs in Wichita, Kansas”, by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., and Warren G. Swymeler, pp. 1-12.

“Relationship of Latino Gang Membership to Anger Expression, Bullying, Ethnic Identity and Self-Esteem”, by Ede L.Lemus and Fred A. Johnson, pp. 13-32.

“Gangs and Gang Violence in School”, by Janice Joseph, pp. 33-50.


Volume 16, No. 2, Winter, 2009:

“Are Gangs a Social Problem”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, pp. 1-25.

“Healing Connections: Rising Above the Gang”, by Tania Lafontaine, Sharon Acoose, and Bernard Schissel, pp. 26-55.

“In Their Own Words: A Study of Gang Members Through Their Own Perspective”, by Aleljandro del Carmen, John J. Rodriguez, Rhonda Dobbs, Richard Smith, Randall R. Butler, and Robert Sarver III, pp. 57-76.


Volume 16, No. 3, Spring, 2009:

“Explaining Gang Involvement and Delinquency among Asian Americans: An Empirical Test of General Strain Theory”, by Glenn T. Tsunokai and Augustine J. Kposowa, pp. 1-33.

“The Preliminary Program Listing of the 2009 NGCRC 12th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 12-14, 2009 - Chicago): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios, pp. 34-76.


Volume 16, No. 4, Summer, 2009:

“MS-13: A Gang Profile”, by Jennifer J. Adams and Jesenia M. Pizarro, pp. 1-14.

“Weapon Related Violence among Students in Philadelphia and Toronto: The Gang Connection”, by Jennifer E. Butters, Lana Harrison, Edward Adlaf, and Patricia G. Erickson, pp. 15-34.

“The Psychological Effect of Exposure to Gang Violence on Youth: A Pilot Study”, by Sarah Kelly, Debra Anderson, and Ann Peden, pp. 35-52.


Volume 17, No. 1, Fall, 2009:

“How Street Gangs Recruit and Socialize Members”, by Stanley S. Taylor, pp. 1-27.

“Lessons Learned from the National Evaluation of the Gang-free Schools and Community Program”, by Jennifer Scherer, Dana Thompson Dorsey, and Daniel Catzva, pp. 29-44.

“By Working Together We Can Support Youth: Observations from a Preliminary Evaluation of the Community solution to Gang Violence”, by Jana Grekul, Pattie LaBoucane-Benson, and Karen Erickson, pp. 45-67.

“Statistical Evaluation Results from the 2009 NGCRC Training Conference”, pp. 68-72.


Volume 17, No. 2, Winter, 2010:

“Mara Salvatrucha 13: A Transnational Threat”, by Gregg W. Etter Sr., pp. 1-17.

“Recent Gang Activity in Jamaican High Schools”, by Lorna Grant, Camille Gibson, and Edward Mason, pp. 19-35.

“Gangs in North Carolina: Responding to a Legislative Study Mandate”, by Douglas L. Yearwood and Richard Hayes, pp. 36-52.


Volume 17, No. 3, Spring, 2010:

“The Presence of Serious Gang Involvement in Elementary Schools”, by Mahfuzul I. Khondaker, Kennon Rice, and Brenda Russell, pp. 1-9.

“The Preliminary Program for the 2010 NGCRC 13th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 16-18, 2010 - Chicago): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios”, pp. 10-76.

 

Volume 17, No. 4, Summer, 2010:

“Social Control, Self-Control, and Gang Membership”, by David Brownfield, pp. 1-12.

“Gangs Go to College: A Preliminary Report”, by Tom W. Cadwallader, pp. 13-20.

“The Perceived Effects of Precursor Laws on Domestic Methamphetamine Production”, by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., and Cclarinda W. Garrett, pp. 21-37.

“Charismatic Role Theory: Towards a Theory of Gang Dissipation”, by Christian Bolden, pp. 39-70.


Volume 18, No. 1, Fall, 2010:

“Recent Patterns in Gang Prevalence: A Two State Comparison”, by Jeff Rojek, Matthew Petrocelli, and Trish Oberweis, pp. 1-17.

“The Fourty-Two Gang: The Unpublished Landesco Manuscripts”, by Robert M. Lombardo, pp. 19-38.

“Lost Souls of Society Become Hypnotized by Gangsterism”, by Steven R. Cureton, pp. 39-52.


Volume 18, No. 2, Winter, 2011:

“Players, Social Bandits, Would-Be Radical Revolutionaries: Examining Hip-Hop, Narcocorrido, and neo-Nazi Hate Rock”, by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., pp. 1-22.

“Building Collective Efficacy and Sustainability Into a Community Collaborative: Community Solution to Gang Violence”, by Jana Grekul, pp. 23-45.

“Special Report: Little Hope in 2011 for Federal Anti-Gang Legislation”, by George W. Knox, pp. 46-52.


Volume 18, No. 3, Spring, 2011:

“Alabama Prison Gang Survey”, by Richard H. Martin, Jeffrey L. Gwynne, Robert Parillo, Bar Younker, Jr., and Reginald Carter, pp. 1-19.

“Preliminary Program for the 2011 NGCRC 14th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 8-10, 2011): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios”, pp. 20-76.

 

Volume 18, No. 4, Summer, 2011:

"Documenting the Pilot: The Military Gang Perception Questionnaire (MGPQ)", by Carter F. Smith, pp. 1-17.

"Drug Wars: It is Not All Quiet on the Mexican Front", by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., pp. 19-45.

"Views From the Field: The Early Days of Military Gang Investigating", by Carter F. Smith, pp. 46-52.

 

Volume 19, No. 1, Fall, 2011:

"Adolescent Males' Perceptions of Gangs and Gang Violence", by Sarah Kelly, Debra Anderson, Lynne Hall, Ann Peden, and Julie Cerel, pp. 1-8.

"A Comprehensive Literature Review of Military-Trained Gang Members", by Carter F. Smith, pp. 9-20.

"Psychological and Cultural Aspects of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs Members", by Brandon Prenger and Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., 21-36.

"Use of the Teardrop Tattoo by Young Street Gang Members in Canada", by Mark Totten, pp. 37-52.

 

Volume 19, No. 2, Winter, 2012:

"Gays in the Gang", by Mark Totten, pp. 1-24.

"Gender and Gang Membership: Testing Theories to Account for Different Rates of Participation", by David Brownfield, pp. 25-32.

"Globalization and Gang Growth: The Four Phenomena Affect", by M. Michaux Parker, pp. 33-49.

 

Volume 19, No. 3, Spring, 2012:

"Predicting Fear of Gangs among High School Students in Chicago", by Arthur J. Lurigio, Jamie L. Flexon, and Richard G. Greenleaf, pp. 1-12.

"The Preliminary Program for the 2012 NGCRC 15th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (July 23-25, 2012 - Chicgo): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios, pp. 13-76.

 

Volume 19, No. 4, Summer, 2012:

"A Crucible of Conflict: Third Generation Gang Studies Revisited", by John P. Sullivan and Robert J. Bunker, pp. 1-20.

"Gangs in the Village: Re-conceptualizing Gangs as a Social Work Phenomenon", by M. Michaux Parker, Jennifer J. McRant, and Shereuka L. Coleman, pp. 21-36.

"The Gang Officer's Perception: Measuring Intervention Propensity Among Gang Investigators", by Blake Lafond, Shruti Mehta, and Richard Hayes, pp. 37-51.

 

Volume 20, No. 1, Fall, 2012:

"The Industrial Organization of Street Gangs", by David Skarbek and Russell Sobel, pp. 1-17.

"Are You Down? Power Relations and Gender Reconstruction Among Latina Gang Members in Los Angeles", by Abigail Kolb and Ted Palys, pp. 19-32.

"Views from the Field: Flashgangs and Flashgangbanging: How can local police prepare?", by Carter F. Smith, Jeffrey P. Rush, Daniel Robinson, and Megan Karmiller, pp. 33-50.

"Special NGCRC Report: The Problem of Gang and Security Threat Groups (STG's) in American Prisons and Jails Today", by George W. Knox, pp. 51-76.

 

Volume 20, No. 2, Winter, 2013:

“Teaching About Hate Crimes to University Students”, by Jeffery Johson, Gregg W. Etter, Sr.,, and Lynn W. Varner, pp. 1-8.

“Interactive Visualization of New Jersey Gang Data”, by Manfred Minimair, pp. 9-25.

“Gang Membership and Gender: Does Being a Female Gang Affect the Type, Frequency and Intensity of Crimes Committed?”, by Suman Kakar, pp. 27-40.

 

 

“Gangster Undergrads: Perceptions Regarding Gang Members in Colleges and Universities”, by Carter F. Smith, pp. 41-52.

 

Volume 20, No. 3, Spring, 2013:

“Youth Gangs in Contemporary China”, by Lening Zhang, pp. 1-18.

“The Preliminary Program for the 2013 NGCRC’s 16th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 5-7, 2013 - Chicago): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios”, pp. 19-76.

 

 

Volume 20, No. 4, Summer, 2013:

“The Mexican Drug Wars: Organized Crime, Narco-Terrorism, Insurgency or Asymmetric Warfare?”, by Dr. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., and Erica L. Lehmuth, pp. 1-34

“Gang Formation Revisited: A Human Development Framework to Inform Balanced Anti-Gang Strategies”, by Gilberto Q. Conchas and James Diego Vigil, pp. 35-52

 

 

Volume 21, No. 1, Fall, 2013:

“Making Sense Out of the Census: Identifying Relationships Between Census Data, Validated Gang Levels, and Index Crime Levels”, by Blake Lafond and Shruti Mehta, pp 1-16

“Street Gangs and Violence in Trinadad and Tobago”,by Randy Seepersad, pp. 17-42

“An Overview of a Gang Diversion Collaboration Operation by the Carson Sheriff’s Station in Los Angeles”, by Bill Sanders, pp. 43-52.

 

Volume 21, No. 2, Winter, 2014:

“Does Religion Matter? A Study of the Impact of Religion on Female Incarcerated Gang Members in a Bible Belt State”, by Nick Genty, A. Christon Adedoyin, Mary S. Jackson, and Mark Jones, pp. 1-16

“Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Formerly Gang-Affiliated Youth Through Tattoo-Removal Services”, by Sonia Jain, Adriana Mercedes Alvarado, Alison K. Cohen, and Quamrun Eldridge, pp. 17-31

“Barriers to Effective Gang-Member Reentry: An Examination of Street Gang-Affiliated Probation Revocation in a Southwestern State”, by Adam K. Matz, Kelli D. Stevens Martin, and Matthew T. DeMichele, pp. 32-51

 

Volume 21, No. 3, Spring, 2014:

“Transnationalism: Law Enforcement Perceptions of Gang Activity on the Texas/Mexico Border”, by John J. Rodriguez, Raymond A. Eve, Alejandro Del Carmen, and Seokjin Jeong, pp. 1-15.

“The Preliminary Program for the 2014 NGCRC 17th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 11-13, 2014 - Chicago): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios”, pp. 16-76.

 

Volume 21, No. 4, Summer, 2014:

“Testing a Subcultural Theory of Crime and Delinquency in a Gang Context”, by David Brownfield, pp. 1-9.

“Hate Crimes Against American Indians and Alaskan Natives”, by Hillary D. McNeel, pp. 11-21.

“The Transformation of Playgroups to Street Gangs”, by Tim Delaney, pp. 23-43.

“Cumulative Index to Articles Published in the Journal of Gang Research”, pp. 44-52.

 

Volume 22, No. 1, Fall, 2014:

 

“Anomie Theory and Gang Delinquency”, by David Brownfield, pp. 1-12.

“An Empirical Evaluation of the Project B.U.I.L.D. Gang Intervention Program”, by M. Michaux Parker, George Wilson, and Chalita Thomas, pp. 13-24.

“A Comparison of Gang and Non-gang Involved Adult Probationers in California’s Agricultural Heartland”, by James Eric Sutton and Jessica Erin Sutton, pp. 25-42.

“Views from the Field: Are We Color Blind to the Violence Behind Graffiti?”, by Kenneth A. Davis, pp. 43-50.

 

Volume 22, No. 2, Winter, 2015:

“Recent Literature on Approaches and Programs for Dealing with the Gang Phenomenon: Between Tradition and Innovation”, by Sylvie Hamel, Marc Alain, and Karine Messier-Newman, pp. 1-22.

“Military-Trained Gang Members – Two Different Perspectives”, by Carter F. Smith, pp. 23-38.

“Females and Emotional/Behavioral Disorders and Delinquency”, by Mickie Wong-Lo, Ph.D., pp. 39-51.

 

Volume 22, No. 3, Spring, 2015:

“Understanding Transnational Gangs and Criminal Networks: A Contribution to Community Resilience – A Social Network Analysis of the San Diego/Tijuana Border Region”, by Ami C. Carpenter and Stacey Cooper, p. 1-24.

“The Preliminary Program for the 2015 NGCRC’s 18th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 10-12, 2015 - Chicago): The Course Titles, Abstracts, and Bios”, pp. 25-76.

 

Volume 22, No. 4, Summer, 2015:

“A Media Analysis of Gang-related Homicides in British Columbia from 2003 to 2013", by Samuel Jingfors, Gloria Lazzano, and Keiron McConnell, pp. 1-17.

“The Spearhead: Assessing Gangs and Community Vulnerability to Gang Infiltration”, by M. Michaux Park and Stephanie Whitehead, pp. 19-35.

“Community Level Factors and Concerns Over Youth Gangs in First Nation Communities”, by Tullio Caputo and Katharine Kelly, pp. 37-52.

 

Volume 23, No. 1, Fall, 2015:

“What is the Nexus Between Organized Crime and Gangs?”, by Stephen L. Mallory, Michael P. Wigginton Jr., Gregg W. Etter Sr, Jeffery M. Johnson, and Sara Thomas, pp. 1-21.

“St. Louis Gang Violence and the Code of the Street”, by Grant Shostak, pp. 23-30.

“The Latent Catalyst: Clarifying the Impact of Gang Behavior on Juvenile Mental Illness Within a Multivariate Context”, by George Wilson, M. Michael Parker, and Charlita Thomas, pp. 31-43.

“A Synopsis of the NGCRC’s 2016 Gang Training Conference”, pp. 45-52.

 

Volume 23, No. 2, Winter, 2016:

“A Community-Based Soccer Program for At-Risk Youth in Ventanilla, Peru: An Examination of the Long Term Effectiveness of Club Deportivo Dan”, by Michael E. Antonio and Susan R. Shutt, pp. 1-18.

“Disproportionate Gang Crime and Violence in the West Zone of Greenville (Pitt County) North Carolina”, by James F. Anderson, Kelly Reinsmith-Jones, Laronistine Dyson, and Adam H. Langsam, pp. 19-40.

“When is a Prison Gang Not a Prison Gang: A Focused Review of Prison Gang Literature”, by Carter F. Smith, pp. 41-52.

 

Volume 23, No. 3, Spring, 2016:

“Disproportionate Minority Contact: Impact of Race and Risk Factors of First-Time Juvenile Offenders on Recidivism”, by Shelby Brisky, Yoshiko Takahashi, and Vanessa Hernandez, pp. 1-11.

“The Preliminary Program for the 2016 NGCRC’s 19th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (Aug. 8-10, 2016 - Chicago): The Course Titles, Abstracts and Bios”, pp. 12-76.

 

Volume 23, No. 4, Summer, 2016:

“The Russian Mayfia: Examining the Thieves World From Thieves-In Law to Thieves in Authority”, by Gregg W. Etter Sr., and Stacia Pottorff, pp. 1-27.

“Nothing Works or Something Works? Gang-Crimes and Interventions in the Print Media”, by Xiaochen Hu and Layne Ditttman, pp. 29-50.

“Two Book Reviews by Dr. Vicky Ganieany, pp. 51-52.

 

 

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ALPHABETICAL AUTHOR INDEX


Acoose, Sharon; V16N2 (e.g, V16N2 = Volume 16, Number 2)

Adams, Jennifer J.; V16N4

Adedoyin, A. Christon; V21N2

Adlaf, Edward; V16N4

Aiken, Carol; V1N2 (e.g., V1N2 = Volume 1, Number 2)

Alain, Marc; V22N2

Ali, Mohamed A.; V13N1

Alston, Jonathan; V13N3

Altschuler, David M.; V8N2

Alvarado, Adriana Mercedes; V21N2

Amato, Julie M.; V10N4

Amerling, Joe; V10N3

Anderson, Debra; V16N4; V19N1

Anderson, James F.; V1N2; V3N2; V8N4; V10N1; V23N2

Antonio, Michael E; V23N2

Archer, Lianne; V13N2

Armor, Jerry C.; V2N3

Baba, Yoko; V8N2

Barker, Tom; V11N2

Barnes, Erick; V10N1

Bass, Lessie; V12N2

Batani-Khalfani, Akil; V5N4

Batsis, Tom; V4N3

Becker, Harold K.; V2N4; V4N4

Bedard, Laura; V2N3

Bellamy, Rochelle; V14N2

Bessant, Judith; V1N1; V2N1

Bochenek, Brian M.; V4N1

Bodnar, Gloria; V13N2

Boerman, Thomas; V8N2; V14N4; V15N1

Bonner, Roger H.; V6N3

Brandenburg-Ayres, Susan J.; V5N2; V10N4

Brandt, Gerri-Ann; V9N2

Brisky, Shelby; V23N3

Brooks, Willie, Jr.; V10N1

Brownfield, David; V3N3; V4N4; V5N3; V9N2; V11N1; V13N4; V19N2; V21N4; V22N1

Buentello, Salvador; V2N4

Bunker, Robert J.; V14N4; V19N4

Butler, Randall R.; V16N2

Butters, Jennifer E.; V16N4

Caldwell, Laura; V8N2

Cappeletty, Gordon G.; V5N1

Caputo, Tullio; V13N1; V22N4

Carpenter, Ami C.; V22N3

Catzva, Daniel; V17N1

Cerel, Julie; V19N1

Chang, Jean; V4N1

Chen, Xiaojin; V10N1

Chin, Ko-Lin; V1N2

Chu, Mayling Maria; V7N1

Coghlin, Michael P.; V5N2

Cohen, Alison K.; V21N2

Coleman, Shereuka L.; V19N4

Collins, Jesse; V1N3

Conchas, Gilberto Q.; V20N4

Conners, Edward F.; V3N1

Cooper, Stacey; V22N3

Corbiscello, G.V.; V4N2; V5N2; V15N2

Corcoran, Kevin; V12N4

Cornell, Dewey G.; V10N4

Cronic, Daria T.; V10N4

Cureton, Steven R.; V7N1; V14N2

Damphouse, Kelly R.; V9N2

Dart, Robert; V1N1

Davis, Kenneth A.; V10N3; V15N2; V22N1

Delaney, Tim; V21N4

Del Carmen, Alejandro; V16N2

Dembrink, John; V1N1

DeMichele, Matthew T.; V21N2

Dennehy, Glennis; V11N1

DeZolt, Ernest M.; V3N3

Dittman, Layne; V23N4

Dobbs, Rhonda; V16N2

Dodd, David J.; V10N1

Dodge, Mary; V8N1

Dolny, H. Michael; V10N4

Dorsey, Dana Thompson; V17N1

Downs, Bill; V1N3; V2N2: V2N3

Dyson, Laronistine; V3N2; V8N4; V10N1; V23N2

Elder, Alice P. Franklin; V3N4; V6N3

Eldridge, Quamrun; V21N2

Erickson, Karen; V17N1

Erickson, Patricia G.; V16N4

Eskay, Robert; V1N4

Etter, Gregg W.; V3N1; V5N2; V6N3; V8N2; V9N4; V10N2; V10N3; V12N3; V13N1; V16N1; V17N2; V18N4; V19N1; V20N2; V20N4; V23N1; V23N4;

Evans, William; V3N4

Fagan, Jeffrey A.; V1N2

Fanscali, James; V6N2

Feimer, Steve; V14N4

Felkenes, George T.; V2N4: V4N4

Flexon, Jamie L.; V15N4; V19N3

Fong, Robert S.; V2N2; V2N4

Fortune, Sandra; V11N4

Gaborit, Mauricio; V13N2

Ganieany, Vicky; V23N4

Geis, Gilbert; V1N1; V8N1

Genty, Nick; V21N2

Gertz, Marc; V2N3

Gibson, Camiolle; V17N2

Gilbertson, D. Lee; V13N1; V16N2

Gilcher, Donna C.; V3N3

Gonzalez; Jose; V6N3

Gomez, Julia Dickson-; V13N2

Grant, Christopher M.; V14N4

Grant, Lorna; V17N2

Grascia, Andrew M.; V10N2; V11N1; V11N2; V11N4; V13N2

Green, Satasha; V11N1; V12N2

Greenleaf, Richard G.; V15N4; V19N3

Grekul, Jana; V17N1

Guagliardo, James G.; V4N4

Guevara, Aradenia; V13N2

Hailer, Julie A.; V7N1

Hall, Lynn; V19N1

Hallet, Michael; V1N4

Hamel, Sylvie; V22N2

Hansen, Joy; V1N1

Harrison, Lana; V16N4

Hart, Cynthia Baroody; V7N1

Hayes, Richard; V7N4; V8N4; V17N2; V19N4

Henkel, James O.; V9N4

Henley, Raymond E.; V6N1

Hernandez, Vanessa; V23N3

Hesse, Mario L.; V15N4

Hicks, Wendy L.; V11N2

Holmes, Shirley R.; V2N4; V5N2; V7N4; V9N2; V10N3; V10N4

Homant, Robert J.; V10N1; V10N2

Hope, Trina L.; V9N2

Houston, James G.; V1N2; V1N3; V2N1; V3N3; V5N3; V6N3

Howard, Matthew O.; V5N2

Hoyt, Dan R.; V10N1

Hu, Xiaochen; V23N4

Huang, Hua-Lun; V9N4; V11N4

Huntley, Jill; V4N4

Hurysz, Lynn M.; V3N1

Jackson, Jerome: V1N4

Jackson, Mary S.; V5N1; V12N2; V21N2

Jackson, Pamela Irving; V1N3

Jackson, Vincent Keith; V2N3

Jain, Sonya; V21N2

Jan, Lee-jan; V1N4

Jensen, Eric L.; V2N2

Jensen, Gary F.; V3N4

Jenson, Jeffrey M.; V5N2

Jingfors, Samuel; V22N4

Joe, Karen; V1N2; V1N4; V3N1

Johnson, Claire M.; V3N1

Johnson, Fred A.; V16N1

Johnson, Jeffery; V20N2; V23N1

Jones, Mark; V21N2

Joseph, Janice; V4N2; V6N4; V10N2; V16N1

Kakar, Suman; V9N2; V13N1; V15N4; V20N2

Karmiller, Megan; V20N1

Kelley, Robert J.; V1N2

Kelly, Katharine; V13N1; V22N4

Kelly, Sarah; V16N4; V19N1

Khondaker, Mahfuzul I; V17N3

Kirk-Duggan, Cheryl A.; V4N2

Klein, Malcolm W.; V3N1

Klemp-North, Michael; V14N4

Knox, George W.; V1N3; V2N3; V3N1; V3N2; V3N3; V3N4; V4N1; V4N3;V4N4; V5N1; V5N2; V5N4; V6N2; V6N3; V6N4; V8N3; V8N4; V9N1; V9N2; V9N3; V10N3; V11N3, V14N1; V20N1

Koch, Paul; V1N3

Kolb, Abigail; V20N1

Kposowa, Augustine J.; V16N3

Kwok, Siu-ming; V15N3

LaBoucane-Benson, Pattie; V17N1

Lafond, Blake; V19N4; V20N1;

Lafontaine, Tania; V16N2

Lanctot, Nadine; V5N3

Langsam, Adam; V10N1; V23N2

Langston, Michael; V4N4; V5N4

Laskey, John A.; V3N2; V4N2

Lauderback, David; V1N1

Lazzano, Gloria; V22N4

Le Blanc, Marc; V5N3

Lehmuth, Erica L.; V20N4

Lemus, Eder L.; V16N1

Levine, Gene M.; V7N4

Little, Bertis B.; V6N3

Lopez, D.A.; V13N4

Lurigio, Arthur J.; V15N4; V19N3

Magana, Lisa; V4N4

Malinski, Seth J.; V13N1

Mallory, Stephen L.; V23N1

Mangels, Nancie J; V8N4

Mao, KuoRay; V12N4

Martin, Kelli D. Stevens; V21N2

Mason, Alex; V3N4

Mason, Edward; V17N2

Matz, Adam K.; V21N2

Maxson, Cheryl L.; V1N2; V3N1

May, Melvyn; V6N4

McConnell, Elizabeth H.; V2N1

McConnell, Keiron; V22N4

McCurrie, Thomas F.; V5N2; V6N2

McDermott, Edward J.; V13N2

McGloin, Jean Marie; V15N1

McLean, Gordon; V7N1

McNally, Donnay; V13N3

McNeel, Hillary; V21N4

McRant, Jennifer J.; V19N4

McShane, Marilyn D.; V10N4

Meeker, James W.; V4N3

Mehta, Shruti; V19N4; V20N1

Messier-Newman, Karine; V22N2

Meyers, Nancy; V12N4

Miller, J. Mitchell; V5N1; V11N2

Minimair, Manfred; V20N2

Minor, Julye; V5N1

Molidor, Christian; V6N3

Morales, Gabe; V10N2

Neely, David E.; V4N2

Negola, Todd D.; V5N4

Newbold, Greg; V11N1

Nicklas, Darek; V1N3

Olivares, Karen de; V11N4

Orlandella, Angelo Ralph; V2N2

Palacious, Wilson R.; V4N1

Palumbo, Dennis; V1N4

Palys, Ted; V20N1

Papachristos, Andrew V.; V5N4

Parker, M. Michaux; V19N2; V19N4; V22N1; V22N4; V23N1

Parra, Fernando; V4N3; V7N4; V8N4

Pearson, Damon; V10N1

Peden, Ann; V16N4; V19N1

Perimutter, Barry F.; V5N1

Persons, Will; V2N3

Pih, Kay Kei-ho; V12N4

Pizzaro, Jesenia M.; V16N4

Pottorff, Stacia; V23N4

Prenger, Brandon; V19N1

Prinsloo, Johan; V5N3

Przemieniecki, Chris J.; V12N2

Quicker, John C.; V5N4

Quinn, James F; V1N3; V2N2; V2N3

Rees, Thomas A., Jr.; V4N1

Regulus, Thomas A.; V2N1

Reichel, Philip L.; V9N4

Reinsmith-Jones, Kelley; V23N2

Rhyne, Alison, V13N4; V14N2

Rice, Kennon; V17N3

Rivera, Raymond; V6N1

Robinson, Curtis J.; V6N4; V7N1; V9N1

Robinson, Daniel; V20N1

Rodriguez, Fernando; V2N4

Rodriguez, John; V16N2

Rodriquez, Karla; V13N2

Rogers, Joseph; V10N2, V14N2

Rosenbaum, Jill Leslie; V3N3

Ruefle, William J.; V5N1

Rush, Jeffrey P.; V1N2; V1N3; V20N1

Russell, Brenda; V9N2; V17N3

Saenz, Diana J.; V3N1

Sanders, William B.; V2N4; V20N1

Santman, Jennifer; V5N1

Sarver, Robert III; V16N2

Scherer, Jennifer; V17N1

Schissel, Bernard; V16N2

Schmidt, Linda M.; V3N3

Seepersad, Randy; V20N1

Sharpe, Elizabeth Gail; V5N1; V12N2

Shelden, Randall G.; V1N1

Shostak, Grant J.; V23N1

Shutt, Susan R.; V23N2

Silverstein, Martin E.; V2N4

Sirpal, Suman K.; V4N2

Skarbek, David; V20N1

Smith, Carter F.; V18N4; V19N1; V20N1; V20N2; V22N2; V23N2

Smith, Richard; V16N2

Smith, Richard C, Sr.; V9N4

Snell, Laura; V6N3

Snodgrass, Ted; V1N1

Snodgrass, Pam; V1N1

Sobel, Russell; V20N1

Song, John Huey-Long; V1N1; V3N1

Sorenson, Ann Marie; V3N3; V4N4; V5N3

Sorrentino, Anthony; V2N3

Stallworth, Ron; V6N1

Stevens, Dennis J.; V4N4

Stinchcomb, Jeanne B.; V10N1

Stone, Sandra S.; V4N1; V5N2

Stubben, Jerry D.; V10N1

Stum, Karen; V7N1

Sule, Dorothy D., V12N4

Sullivan, John P.; V2N4; V14N4; V19N4

Sun, Key; V1N3

Sutton, James Eric; V22N1

Sutton, Jessica Erin; V22N1

Sutton, James R.; V1N3

Swymeler, Warren G.; V16N1

Takahashi, Yoshiko; V23N3

Takata, Susan R.; V2N2

Taylor, Dorothy; V10N2

Taylor, Stanley S.; V17N1

Thomas, Chalita; V22N1; V23N1

Thomas, Sara; V23N1

Thompson, Kevin M.; V3N3; V4N4; V5N3; V9N2

Tobolowski, Peggy M.; V2N2

Totten, Mark; V8N4; V19N1; V19N2

Toy, Calvin; V1N1

Tromanhauser, Edward; V1N3; V6N3

Tsunokai, Glenn T; V12N4; V16N3

Turley, Alan C., V10N4

Tyler, Charles; V2N2

Varner, Lynn; V20N2

Varriale, Jennifer A.; V15N4

Vercaigne, Conny; V5N1

Vigil, James Diego; V20N4

Vila, Bryan; V4N3

Vittori, Jodi; V14N3

Vogel, Ronald E.; V2N2; V2N4

Waldorf, Dan; V1N1; V1N4

Walker, Jeffery T.; V2N2

Wang, John Z.; V2N3; V5N3; V7N4; V8N1; V9N4; V10N3

Watts, Rob; V1N1

Washington, Alex; V12N4

Webster, Barbara A.; V3N1

Wennar, Jeffrey T.; V11N2; V12N4; V13N4

Whitbeck, Les B.; V10N1

White, E. Ashley; V2N2

White, Judge Bill; V2N2

Whitehead, Stephanie; V22N4

Wigginton, Michael P. Jr.; V23N1

Williams, Frank P., III; V10N4

Wilson, George; V22N1; V23N1

Wilson, Karen L.; V15N2

Witkowski, Michael J.; V8N1; V10N1; V10N2

Wong-Lo, Mickie; V22N2

Wright, Richard A.; V5N1

Wycoff, Jerry; V1N2; V4N1

Yablonsky, Lewis; V6N4

Yearwood, Douglas; V7N4; V8N4, V13N4, V14N2; V17N2

Zaitzow, Barbara H.; V5N3; V6N3

Zhang, Lening; V20N3






CLASSIFICATION OF JOURNAL ARTICLES BY SUBJECT AREA:

 The following list provides a useful guide to the articles published in the Journal by the "subject area".

 


HISTORICAL ISSUES:

"Being Bad is Good: Explorations of the Bodgie Gang Culture in South East Australia, 1984-1956", by Judith Bessant and Rob Watts, V1N1.


"An Interview with Lewis Yablonsky: The Violent Gang and Beyond", by James G. Houston, V1N2.


"An Interview With Richard Cloward", by Jeffrey Paul Rush, V1N3.


"The Legacy of Street Corner Society and Gang Research in the 1990s: An Interview with William F. Whyte", by Karen A. Joe, V1N4.


"An Interview with James F. Short, Jr.", by Eric L. Jensen, V2N2.


"Delinquency in Chicago During the Roaring Twenties: Assembling Reality in Ethnography", by Karen A. Joe, V3N1.


"From Boozies to Bloods: Early Gangs in Los Angeles", by John C. Quicker and Akil Batani-Khalfani, V5N4.


"Frederic M. Thrasher (1892-1962) And The Gang (1927)", by Gilbert Geis and Mary Dodge, V8N1.


"From Religious Cult to Criminal Gang: The Evolution of Chinese Triads (Part 1)", by Hua-Lun Huang and John Z. Wang, V9N4.


JUVENILE CRIME THEORY:


"The American 'Juvenile Underclass' and the Cultural Colonisation of Young Australians Under Conditions of Modernity", by Judith Bessant, V2N1.


"Correlates of Gang Membership: A Test of Strain, Social Learning, and Social Control Theories", by David Brownfield, Kevin M. Thompson, and Ann Marie Sorenson, V4N4.


"Distinguishing the Effects of Peer Delinquency and Gang Membership on Self-Reported Delinquency", by David Brownfield and Kevin Thompson, V9N2.


"Applying Self-Control Theory to Gang Membership in a Non-Urban Setting", by Trina L. Hope and Kelly R. Damphouse, V9N2, pp. 41-61.


“Explaining Gang Involvement and Delinquency among Asian Americans: An Empirical Test of General Strain Theory”, by Glenn T. Tsunokai and Augustine J. Kposowa, V16N3, pp. 1-33.



GANG MEMBER COMPARISONS WITH NON-GANG MEMBER CHARACTERISTICS:

"Comparing Gang and Non-Gang Offenders: Some Tentative Findings", by Randall G. Shelden, Ted Snodgrass, and Pam Snodgrass, V1N1.


"Specialization Patterns of Gang and Nongang Offending: A Latent Structure Analysis", by Kevin M. Thompson, David Brownfield, and Ann Marie Sorenson, V3N3.


"Correlates of Gang Involvement Among Juvenile Probationers", by Jeffrey M. Jenson, Ph.D. and Matthew O. Howard, Ph.D., V5N2.


"Special Report: A Comparison of Gang Members and Non-Gang Members from Project GANGFACT", by the NGCRC, V6N2.


"Special Report of the NGCRC: Findings from Project GANGMILL", V7N4.


"Work, Workplace Deviance, and Criminal Offenders: An Analysis of Project GANGMILL", by Michael J. Witkowski, Robert J. Homant, and Erick Barnes, V10N1.



GANG PROFILE ANALYSIS:

"Gang Profile: The Gangster Disciples", by George W. Knox and L.L. Fuller, V3N1.


"Gang Profile: The Black Gangsters, AKA 'New Breed'", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V3N2.


"Gang Profile: The Black Disciples", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V3N3.


"Gang Profile: The Black P. Stone Nation", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V3N4.


"Gang Profile: The Latin Kings", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V4N1.


"Gang Profile: The Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation of New York", by G.V. Corbiscello, V4N2.


"Crips: A Gang Profile Analysis", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V4N3.


"An Update on the Chicago Latin Kings", by George W. Knox, V5N1.


"Research Note: A Comparison of Two Gangs - The Gangster Disciples and the Vice Lords", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V5N2.


"Gang Profile: A Nation of Gods - The Five Percent Nation of Islam", by G.V. Corbiscello, V5N2.


"Gang Profile: Association Neta", by Sgt. Raymond E. Hehnly, V6N1.


"Gang Profile: The Brotherwoods - The Rise and Fall of a White-Supremacist Gang Inside a Kansas Prison", by Roger H. Bonner, V6N3.


"Jamaican Posses and Transnational Crimes", by Janice Joseph, Ph.D., V6N4.


"The Satan's Disciples", by George W. Knox, V8N4, pp. 57-76.


"Gang Profile Update: The Black P. Stone Nation", by George W. Knox, V9N1.


"The Melanics - A Gang Profile Analysis", by George W. Knox, V9N3, pp. 1-76.


"A Preliminary Profile of Laotian/Hmong Gangs: A California Perspective", by John Z. Wang, V9N4.


"Black Gods in Red Bank: The Five Percent Nation in Central New Jersey", by David J. Dodd and Damon Pearson,

V10N1.


"The Chaldean Mafia: A Preliminary Gang Threat Analysis", by George Knox, V10N3, pp. 65-76.


“MS-13: A Gang Profile”, by Jennifer J. Adams and Jesenia M. Pizarro, V16N4, pp. 1-14.


GANG STRUCTURE/ORGANIZATION ANALYSIS:

"Investigating Gang Structures", by Cheryl L. Maxson and Malcolm W. Klein, V3N1.


"Inside Gang Society: How Gang Members Imitate Legitimate Social Forms", by Alice P. Franklin Elder, Ph.D., V3N4.


"Goal Displacement at Leadership and Operational Levels of the Gang Organization", by Alice P. Franklin Elder, Ph.D., V6N3.


ETHNOMETHDOLOGY/FIELD WORK WITH GANGS:

"Issues in Accessing and Studying Ethnic Youth Gangs", by Karen A. Joe, V1N2.


"Review Essay: A Methodological Critique of Islands in the Street", by James F. Anderson, V1N2.


"Side by Side: An Ethnographic Study of a Miami Gang", by Wilson R. Palacios, V4N1.


"Views From the Field: A.D., After the Disciples: The Neighborhood Impact of a Federal Prosecution", by Andrew V. Papachristos, V7N2.


"Legal, Ethical and Clinical Implications of Doing Field Work with Young Gang Members Who Engage in Serious Violence", by Mark Totten, V8N4, pp. 35-56.


GANG MIGRATION:

"Investigating Gang Migration: Contextual Issues for Intervention", by Cheryl L. Maxson, V1N2.


"When the Crips Invaded San Francisco - Gang Migration", by Dan Waldorf, V1N4.


"Gang Migration: The Familial Gang Transplant Phenomenon", by John A. Laskey, V3N2.


"Confronting Transnational Gangs in the Americas", by Joseph Rogers, V10N2, pp. 33-44.



PSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES AND GANG MEMBERS:


"The Implications of Social Psychological Theories of Group Dynamics for Gang Research", by Key Sun.


"Social and Psychological Characteristics of Gang Members", by Marc Le Blanc and Nadine Lanctot, V5N3.


"Development of an Instrument for Predicting At-Risk Potential for Adolescent Street Gang Membership", by Todd D. Negola, V5N4.


"The Gangbangers of East Los Angeles: Sociopsycho-analytic Considerations", by Gene N. Levine and Fernando Parra, V7N4.



IDENTITY AND RIGHTS OF PASSAGE:

"Defiance and Gang Identity: Quantitative Tests of Qualitative Hypotheses", by Gary F. Jensen, V3N4.


"Nickname Usuage by Gang Members", by Barbara H. Zaitzow, V5N3.


"The Death of Telemachus: Street Gangs and the Decline of Modern Rites of Passage", by Andrew V. Papachristos, V5N4.



GETTING INTO THE GANG: GANG JOINING BEHAVIOR


"Joining the Gang: A Look at Youth Gang Recruitment", by Thomas A. Rees, Jr., V4N1.


"Risk Factors Associated with Gang Joining Among Youth", by Sandra S. Stone, Ph.D., V6N2.


"Gang Membership: Gang Formations and Gang Joining", by Steven R. Cureton, Ph.D., V7N1.



GETTING OUT OF THE GANG:

"Joe: The Story of an Ex-Gang Member", by Jessie Collins, V1N3.


"The 'Get Out of the Gang Thermometer': An Application to a Large National Sample of African-American Male Youths", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V5N1.


"Adolescents Leaving Gangs: An Analysis of Risk and Protective Factors, Resilency and Desistance in A Developmental Context", by Laura Caldwell and David M. Altschuler, V8N2.



GANG PREVENTION/INTERVENTION:

"Do Gang Prevention Strategies Actually Reduce Crime?", by Dennis Palumbo, Robert Eskay, and Michael Hallett, V1N4.


"Youth Gang Intervention and Prevention in Texas: Evaluating Community Mobilization Training", by Elizabeth H. McConnell, V2N1.


"A Community-University Based Approach to Gang Intervention and Delinquency Prevention: Racine's Innovative Model for Small Cities", by Susan R. Takata and Charles Tyler, V2N2.


"A More Effective Strategy for Dealing With Inner City Street Corner Gangs", by Angelo Ralph Orlandella, V2N2.


"Implications of the Shaw-McKay Studies and the Problems of Intervention in Gang Work", by Anthony Sorrentino, V2N3.


"Community Strategies to Neutralize Gang Proliferation", by James F. Anderson and Laronistine Dyson, V3N2.


"What Works: The Search for Excellence in Gang Intervention Programs", by James G. Houston, V3N3.


"The 'Tabula Rasa' Intervention Project for Delinquent Gang-Involved Females", by Ernest M. DeZolt, Linda M. Schmidt, and Donna C. Gilcher, V3N3.


"Views from the Field: Not Just Removing Tattoos", by Brian M. Bochenek, V4N1.


"Causes of Gang Participation and Strategies for Prevention in Gang Members' Own Words", by Suman K. Sirpal, V4N2.


"Views from the Field: GD Peace Treaty Fails in Gary", by Curtis J. Robinson, V4N3.


"The Rural Gang Problem: A Case Study in the Midwest", by Michael P. Coghlan, V5N2.


"Special Report: How to Gang Proof Your Child", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V5N4.


"Gang Prevention and Intervention in a Rural Town in California", by Karen Stum and Mayling Maria Chu, V7N1.


"Views from the Field: By Gordon McLean", V7N1.


"A Corporation-Based Gang Prevention Approach: Possible? Preliminary Report of A Corporate Survey", by John Z. Wang, Ph.D., V7N4.


"Ecological Assessment: Establishing Ecological Validity in Gang Intervention Strategies - A Call for Ecologically Sensitive Assessment of Gang Affected Youth", by Thomas Boerman, V8N2.


"Promising (And Not-So-Promising) Gang Prevention and Intervention Strategies: A Compehensive Literature Review", by Jeanne B. Stinchcomb, V10N1.


GANG PROBLEMS IN SCHOOL:

"The Effects of Gangs on Student Performance and Delinquency in Public Schools", by Thomas A. Regulus, V2N1.


"Potential Research Areas for Addressing Gang Violence", by Shirley R. Holmes, V2N4.


"Helping Schools Respond to Gang Violence", by Tom Batsis, V4N3.


"Bullying Behavior in School: A Predictor of Later Gang Involvement", by Shirley R. Holmes, Ph.D. and Susan J. Brandenburg-Ayres, Ed.D., V5N2.


"Homicide in School: A Preliminary Discussion", by Shirley R. Holmes, Ph.D., V7N4.


"A Statewide Assessment of Gangs in the Public Schools: Origins, Membership an Criminal Activities", by Douglas L. Yearwood and Richard Hayes, V8N4, pp. 1-12.


ASIAN GANGS:


"Lost in the Melting Pot: Asian Youth Gangs in the United States", by John Huey-Long Song, John Dembrink, and Gilbert Geis, V1N1.


"Coming Out to Play: Reasons to Join and Participate in Asian Gangs", by Calvin Toy, V1N1.


"Methodological Issues in Studying Chinese Gang Extortion", by Ko-lin Chin, Robert J. Kelly, and Jeffrey A. Fagan, V1N2.


"Asian Gang Problems and Social Policy Solutions: A Discussion and Review", by Lee-jan Jan, V1N4.


"Gang Affiliation Among Asian-American High School Students: A Path Analysis of Social Development Model 1", by Zheng Wang, V2N3.


"Victimization Patterns of Asian Gangs in the United States", by John Huey-Long Song and Lynn M. Hurysz, V3N1.


"Special Report: An Update of Asian Gang Affiliation", by Zheng Wang, Ph.D., V5N3.


"Research Note: Asian Gangs", by Thomas F. McCurrie, Ph.D., V6N2.


"Asian Gangs: New Challenges in the 21st Century", by John Z. Wang, V8N1.


"Vietnamese Gangs, Cliques, and Delinquents", by Yoko Baba, V8N2.


"From Religious Cult to Criminal Gang: The Evolution of Chinese Triads (Part 1)", by Hua Lun-Huang and John Z. Wang, V9N4.


"A Preliminary Profile of Laotian/Hmong Gangs: A California Perspective", by John Z. Wang, V9N4.


"A Modus Operandi Analysis of Bank Robberies by An Asian Gang: Implications for Law Enforcement", by John Z. Wang, V10N3.



BLACK GANGS:


"Black Youth Gangs", by Janice Joseph, Ph.D., V4N2.


"The Social Reality of Street Gangs", by David E. Neely, V4N2.


HISPANIC GANGS:


"Hispanic Perceptions of Youth Gangs: A Descriptive Exploration", by Marc Gertz, Laura Bedard, and Will Persons, V2N3.


"Patterns of Gang Activity in a Border Community", by William B. Sanders and S. Fernando Rodriguez, V2N4.


"Views from the Field: A Street Gang in Fact", by Fernando Parra, V4N3.


"A Socioeconomic Comparison of Drug Sales by Mexican-American and Mexican Immigrant Male Gang Members", by Harold K. Becker, George T. Felkenes, Lisa Magana, and Jill Huntley, V4N4.


"Chicano Music and Latino Rap and its Influence on Gang Violence and Culture", by Gabe Morales, V10N2, pp. 55-63.


"The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Veterano Chicano Gang Members and the (Dys)Functional Aspects of the Role", by Fernando Parra, V8N4, pp. 13-18.


NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN GANGS:


"A New Breed of Warrior: The Emergence of American Indian Youth Gangs", by Julie A. Hailer and Cynthia Baroody Hart, V7N1.


"Predictors of Gang Involvement Among American Indian Adolescents", by Les B. Whitbeck, Dan R. Hoyt, Xiaojin Chen, and Jerry D. Stubben, V10N1.


"Native-American Youths and Gangs", by Janice Joseph and Dorothy Taylor, V10N2, pp. 45-54.

 

“Street gangs in Indian Country: A Clash of Cultures”, by Christopher M. Grant and Steve Feimer, pp. 27-66.


FEMALE GANG MEMBERS:

"Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves: A Black Female Gang in San Francisco", by David Lauderback, Joy Hansen, and Dan Waldorf, V1N1.


"Findings on African-American Female Gang Members Using A Matched Pair Design", by George W. Knox, V2N3.


"Female Gang Members: A Growing Issue for Policy Makers", by George T. Felkenes and Harold K. Becker, V2N4.


"A Violent Few: Gang Girls in the California Youth Authority", by Jill Leslie Rosenbaum, V3N3.


"A Comparative Analysis of Female Gang and Non-Gang Members in Chicago", by Jean Chang, Ph.D., V4N1.


"Kindred Spirits: Sister Mimetic Societies and Social Responsibilities", by Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan, V4N2.


"Research Note: The Facts About Female Gang Members", V4N3.


"The New Female Gang Member: Anomaly or Evolution?", by James F. Anderson, Willie Brooks, Jr., Adam Langsam, and Laronistine Dyson, V10N1.


GANGS AND TRIBALISM:

"Tattoos and the New Urban Tribes", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, V3N1.


"Common Characteristics of Gangs: Examining the Cultures of the New Urban Tribes", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., V5N2.



HEALTH RISK FACTORS AND GANG INVOLVEMENT:

"Risk Behaviors for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Gangs in Dallas, Texas", by Bertis B. Little, Ph.D.; Jose Gonzalez, M.S.S.W., Laura Snell, M.P.H., and Christian Molidor, Ph.D., V6N3.


Research Note: "Juvenile Gang Members: A Public Health Perspective", by George W. Knox, Ph.D. and Edward D. Tromanhauser, Ph.D., V6N3.



HATE GROUPS/SKINHEADS/WHITE RACIST EXTREMIST GANGS:


"Special Report: White Racist Extremist Gang Members - A Behavioral Profile", by Thomas F. McCurrie, V5N2.


"Skinheads: Manifestations of the Warrior Culture of the New Urban Tribes", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter Sr., V6N3.


"Totemism and Symbolism in the White Supremacist Movements: Images of an Urban Warrior Culture", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., Ed.D., V8N2.


"Methamphetamine Use and Sales Among Gang Members: The Cross-Over Effect", by Curtis J. Robinson, V9N1, Fall, 2001, pp. 39-52.


"The Perceived Effects of Religion on White Supremacist Culture", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., V9N4, pp. 15-24.


"Security Threat Groups: The Threat Posed by White Supremacist Organizations", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., V10N2, pp. 1-24.


"White Supremacy Music - What Does it Mean To Our Youth", by Andrew M. Grascia, V10N2, pp. 25-31.



“The Ku Klux Klan: Evolution Towards Revolution”, by Lt. Gregg W. Etter Sr.; David H. McElreath; and Chester L. Quarles.


CULTS/SATANISM AND GANGS:


"A Comparison of Cults and Gangs: Dimensions of Coercive Power and Malevolent Authority", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V6N4.


"Profiling the Satanic/Occult Dabblers in the Correctional Offender Population", by Curtis J. Robinson, V7N1.



LAW ENFORCEMENT AND GANGS:

"Views from the Field: The Future is Here Today: Street Gang Trends", by Robert W. Dart, V1N1.


"A Preliminary Inquiry into Alabama Youth Gang Membership", by Carol Aiken, Jeffrey P. Rush, and Jerry Wycoff, V1N2.


"Predictors of the Severity of the Gang Problem at the Local Level: An Analysis of Police Perceptions", by James F. Quinn and Bill Downs, V1N3.


"Preliminary Findings from the 1992 Law Enforcement Mail Questionnaire Project", by George W. Knox, Edward D. Tromanhauser, Pamela Irving Jackson, Darek Niklas, James G. Houston, Paul Koch, and James R. Sutton, V1N3.


"The Gang Problem in Large and Small Cities: An Analysis of Police Perceptions in Nine States", by James F. Quinn, Peggy M. Tobolowsky, and William T. Downs, V2N2.


"Juvenile Gang Activity in Alabama", by Jerry C. Armor and Vincent Keith Jackson, V2N3.


"The Disaster Within Us: Urban Conflict and Street Gang Violence in Los Angeles", by John P. Sullivan and Martin E. Silverstein, V2N4.


"Gang Enforcement Problems and Strategies: National Survey Findings", by Claire M. Johnson, Barbara A. Webster, Edward F. Connors, and Diana J. Saenz, V3N1.


"Research Note: The 1996 National Law Enforcement Gang Analysis Survey", V3N4.


"A Regional Gang Incident Tracking System", by Bryan Vila and James W. Meeker, V4N3.


"Views from the Field: Guidelines for Operating an Effective Gang Unit", by Sgt. Michael Langston, V5N4.


"Views from the Field: Gang Homicide Investigation", by Det. James Fanscali, V6N2.


"Responding to Gangs in the 21st Century: A Research and Policy View", by George W. Knox, V9N2, pp. 63-74.


"Strategic Planning for Law Enforcement Agencies: Management as a Gang Fighting Strategy", by Lt. Gregg W. Etter, Sr., V10N3, pp. 13-23.


"Street Gangs: Utilizing Their Roll Calls for Investigative and Research Purposes", by Ken Davis, V10N3, pp. 25-36.


GANG PROSECUTION:

"Preliminary Results of the 1995 National Prosecutor's Survey", a report of the National Gang Crime Research Center, V2N4.


"The Gang Snitch Profile", by John A. Laskey, V4N3.


"Introducing Gang Evidence Against a Criminal Defendant at Trial", by James G. Guagliardo, J.D. and Sgt. Michael Langston, V4N4.


"The Impact of the Federal Prosecution of the Gangster Disciples", by George W. Knox, V7N2.


GANGS: NEW MUNCIPAL LAWS AND CIVIL REMEDIES


"The Affirmation of Hanging Out: The U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Gang Busting Laws and Their Consequences", by Lewis Yablonsky, Ph.D., V6N4.


"Trying to Live Gang-Free in Cicero, Illinois", by George W. Knox and Curtis J. Robinson, V6N4.


"Legal Note: Additional Civil Suits Against Gangs in Illinois", V7N2.



GANGS IN ADULT CORRECTIONS/STGs:

"A Comparative Analysis of Prison Gang Members, Security Threat Group Inmates and General Population Prisoners in the Texas Department of Corrections", by Robert S. Fong and Ronald E. Vogel, V2N2.


"Blood-in, Blood-out: The Rationale Behind Defecting From Prison Gangs", by Robert S. Fong, Ronald E. Vogel, and Salvador Buentello, V2N4.


"Preliminary Results of the 1995 Adult Corrections Survey: A Special Report of the National Gang Crime Research Center", V3N2.


"Research Note: A Gang Classification System for Corrections", V4N2.


"Origins and Effects of Prison Drug Gangs in North Carolina", by Dennis J. Stevens, V4N4.


"Prison Gang Research: Preliminary Findings in Eastern North Carolina", by Mary S. Jackson and Elizabeth Gail Sharpe, M.S.W., V5N1.


"Prison Gangs in South Africa: A Comparative Analysis", by James G. Houston and Johan Prinsloo, V5N3.


"Views from the Vield of Corrections: A Speech to Inmates by Major Raymond Rivera", V6N1.


"Prison Gangs: The North Carolina Experience", by Barbara H. Zaitzow, Ph.D. and James G. Houston, Ph.D., V6N3.


"Views from the Field: A Look Into the Michigan Department of Corrections STG/Gang Program", by Robert Mulvaney, STG Coordinator. V7N2.


"A National Assessment of Gangs and Securty Threat Groups (STGs) in Adult Correctional Institutions: Results of the 1999 Adult Corrections Survey", by George W. Knox, V7N3.


"The Melanics - A Gang Profile Analysis", by George W. Knox, V9N3, pp. 1-76.


"Prison Deviance as a Predictor of General Deviance: Some Correlational Evidence from Project GANGMILL", by Robert J. Homant and Michael J. Witkowski, V10N2, pp. 65-75.


“The Problem of Gangs and Security Threat Groups (STG’s) in American Prisons Today: A Special NGCRC Report”, by George W. Knox, V12N1, pp. 1-76.



GANGS IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS:


"Factors Associated With Gang Involvement Among Incarcerated Youths", by William Evans and Alex Mason, V3N4.


"The Extent and Dynamics of Gang Activity in Juvenile Correctional Facilities", by Sandra S. Stone, Ph.D. and Jerry Wycoff, Ph.D., V4N1.


"California Juvenile Gang Members: An Analysis of Case Records", by Jennifer Santman, Julye Myner, Gordon G. Cappeletty, and Barry F. Perimutter, V5N1.


GANG POLICY ANALYSIS:


"National Policy Neglect and Its Impact on Gang Suppression", by James G. Houston, V2N1.


"Ideology and Gang Policy: Beyond the False Dichotomy", by J. Mitchell Miller, William J. Ruefle, and Richard A. Wright, V5N1.


"Responding to Gangs in the 21st Century: A Research and Policy View", by George W. Knox, V9N2, pp. 63-74.


"The Drivers License: A Suggested Gang Suppression Strategy", by James O. Henkel and Philip L. Reichel, V9N4, pp. 45-56.


HOUSING ISSUES:


"Special Report: The Gang Problem in Chicago's Public Housing", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V4N4.


"Street Gangs and Apartment Housing in America: A Qualitative Assessment", by Michael J. Witkowski, V8N1.


GANG VIOLENCE:

"Predictors of Gang Violence: The Impact of Drugs and Guns on Police Perceptions in Nine States", by James F. Quinn and Bill Downs, V2N3.


"At-Risk Behavior and Group Fighting: A Latent Structure Analysis, by Kevin M. Thompson, David Brownfield, and Ann Marie Sorenson, V5N3.


"A New Breed of Warrior: The Emergence of American Indian Youth Gangs", by Julie A. Hailer and Cynthia Baroody Hart, V7N1.


"Bomb and Arson Crimes Among American Gang Members: A Behavioral Science Profile --- A Special Report by the National Gang Crime Research Center", V9N1, Fall, 2001, pp. 1-38.


"Differentiating Factors in Gang and Drug Related Homicide", by Gerri-Ann Brandt and Brenda Russell, V9N2, pp. 23-40.


"Gang Violence in Rural Georgia: A Community's Fight", by Shirley R. Holmes and Joe Amerling, V10N3, pp. 37-64.


ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF GANGS:

"Fraud Masters: Studying an Illusory, Non-Violent Gang Specializing in Credit Card Crimes", by Jerome E. Jackson, V1N4.


"A Special Report from the National Gang Crime Research Center: Excerpts from the Economics of Gang Life", V6N1.


"Views from the Field: The Impact of Gangs on Private Security in the Workplace", by Melvyn May, Ph.D, V6N4.


MASS MEDIA AND GANGS:

Views from the Field: Gangs in Sight, by Conny Vercaigne, V5N1.


"The Promulgation of Gang-Banging Through the Mass Media", by George W. Knox, Ph.D., V6N2.


GANGS AND DRUGS:

"Familial Criminality, Familial Drug Use, and Gang Membership: Youth Criminality, Drug Use, and Gang Membership - What are the Connections?", by Suman Kakar, V9N2, pp. 11-22.


"Differentiating Factors in Gang and Drug Related Homicide", by Gerri-Ann Brandt and Brenda Russell, V9N2, pp. 23-40.


OTHER:


"The Evolution of Gang Formation: Potentially Delinquent Activity and Gang Involvement", by Jeffery T. Walker, Judge Bill White, and E. Ashley White, V2N2.


"The Gang Dictionary: A Guide to Gang Slang, Gang Vocabulary, and Gang Socio-linguistic Phrases", by the NGCRC, V4N4.


"Overcoming Problems Associated with Gang Research: A Standardized and Systemic Methodology", by Douglas L. Yearwood and Richard Hayes, V7N4.


"Dangerous Motorcycle Gangs: A Facet of Organized Crime in the Mid Atlantic Region", by Richard C. Smith, Sr., V9N4, pp. 33-44.


"A Gang By Any Other Name Is Just A Gang: Towards An Expanded Definition of Gangs", by James F. Anderson, Nancie J. Mangels, and Laronistine Dyson, V8N4, pp. 19-34.


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