02--Gangs:  U.S. Sociology, Psychology

Ái Nhân.  Bui d`o´i Cali.  San Jose, CA:  Xây du´ng, 1991.  341p.  Vietnamese American youth gangs.

Almonte, Paul, & Theresa Desmond.  Street gangs.  New York:  Crestwood House;  Toronto:  Maxwell Macmillan Canada;  New York:  Maxwell Macmillan International, 1994.  48p.

Arthur, Richard, Edsel L. Erickson.  Gangs & schools.  Holms Beach, FL:  Learning Publications, 1992.  192p.

Atkin, S. Beth, ed.  Voices from the streets:  young former gang members tell their stories.  Boston:  Little, Brown & Co., 1996.  131p.  Photographs, poems, and interviews with former gang members from different regions of the United States depict their experiences.

Barden, Renardo.  Gangs.  Edited by Anita Larsen & Elaine Wynne.  New York:  Crestwood House, 1989.  48p.  Vero Beach, FL:  Rourke Corp., 1990.  63p.  Traces the history of gangs.

Bernstein, Saul.  Youth on the streets:  work with alienated youth groups.  New York:  Association Press, 1964.  160p.

Bing, Léon.  Do or die.  New York, NY:  HarperCollins Publishers, 1991.  277p.

Bloch, Herbert Aaron (1904-1965), & Arthur Niederhoffer.  The gang:  a study in adolescent behavior.  New York:  Philosophical Library, 1958;  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1976.  231p.

Branch, Curtis W., ed.  Adolescent gangs:  old issues, new approaches.  Philadelphia, PA:  Brunner/Mazel, 1999.  230p.

Brooks, Theophus, & Bridget T. Miller.  Shadows behind the U.S. capital:  the story of 186 gangs, crews, and mobs in the nation's capital.  New Carrolton, MD:  T. Brooks, 1998.  110p.

Burris-Kitchen, Deborah.  Female gang participation:  the role of African-American women in the informal drug economy and gang activities.  Lewiston, NY:  Edwin Mellen Press, 1997.  204p.  Gangs in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Carrie, Daniel Ames.  Street gangs.  Portland, OR:  Pocket Press, 1993.  94p.

Cartwright, Desmond S., Barbara Tomson & Hershey Schwartz.  Gang delinquency.  Monterey, CA:  Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1975.  158p.

Cervantes, Richard C., ed.  Substance abuse and gang violence.  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage Publications, 1992.  179p.

Chesney-Lind, Meda, & John M. Hagedorn, eds.  Female gangs in America:  essays on girls, gangs, and gender.  Chicago, IL:  Lake View Press, 1999. 

Chin, Ko-lin.  Chinatown gangs:  extortion, enterprise, and ethnicity.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1996.  233p.

Chin, Ko-lin.  Chinese subculture and criminality:  non-traditional crime groups in America.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1990.  189p.

Cloward, Richard A., & Lloyd E. Ohlin.  Delinquency and opportunity:  a theory of delinquent gangs.  Glencoe, IL:  Free Press, 1960.  220p.

Cohen, Albert Kircidel.  Delinquent boys:  the culture of the gang.  Glencoe, IL:  Free Press, 1955;  London:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1956.  202p. 

Covey, Herbert C., et al.  Juvenile gangs.  Springfield, IL:  C. C. Thomas, 1992.  290p.  1997, 362p.

Cozic, Charles P., ed.  Gangs:  opposing viewpoints.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1996.  191p.

Criminal street gangs.  Trenton, NJ:  State of New Jersey, Commission of Investigation, 1993.  200p.

Cummings, Scott, & Daniel J. Monti, eds.  Gangs:  the origins and impact of contemporary youth gangs in the United States.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 1993.  355p.

Curry, G. David, & Scott H. Decker.  Confronting gangs:  crime and community.  Foreword by C. Ronald Huff.  Los Angeles, CA:  Roxbury Pub. Co., 1998.  211p.

Curry, G. David, Richard A. Ball & Robert J. Fox.  Gang crime and law enforcement recordkeeping.  Washington, D.C.:  U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, 1994.  11p.

Daniel, Susie, & Pete McGuire, eds.  The Paint House:  words from an East End gang.  Words by Pat Doyle, et al.  London:  Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1972.  128p.

Davis, James R.  Street gangs:  youth, biker, and prison groups.  Dubuque, IA:  Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co., 1982.  150p. 

Davis, James R.  The terrorists:  youth, biker, and prison violence.  San Diego:  Grossmont Press, 1978.  136p.

Decker, Scott H., & Barrik Van Winkle.  Life in the gang:  family, friends and violence.  Cambridge, England;  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1996.  303p.  Gangs in St. Louis, Missouri.

Devore, Cynthia DiLaura.  Kids & gangs.  Edina, MN:  Abdo & Daughters, 1994.  38p.

Dolan, Edward F., & Shan Finney.  Youth gangs.  New York:  J. Messner, 1984.  141p.  Youth gangs in U.S.

Downes, David M.  The delinquent solution:  a study in subcultural theory.  New York:  Free Press, 1966.  284p.

Du´, Phu´´o´c Long, & Laura Ricard.  The dream shattered:  Vietnamese gangs in America.  Boston:  Northeastern University Press, 1996.  250p.

Du´, Phu´´o´c Long.  Bui d`o´i.  San Jose, CA:  Th´ê Gi´o´i, 1993.  258p.  Vietnamese American California youth gangs.

Elliott, Paul.  Brotherhoods of fear:  a history of violent organizations.  London:  Blandford;  New York, NY:  Sterling Pub. Co., 1998.  255p.

Embattled youth:  jails, gangs, jobs.  Lexington, KY:  The Council of State Governments, 1988.  23p. 

English, T. J.  Born to Kill:  America's most notorious Vietnamese gang, and the changing face of organized crime.  New York:  William Morrow, 1995.  310p.

Farahkhan, Arthur L.  How to solve the inner-city gang problem.  Tulsa, OK:  Origin-All Gangster Pub., 1996.  87p.

Fellowes, Gordon.  They took me for a ride.  London:  G. Allen & Unwin ltd., 1934.  224p.

Finn, Peter, & Kerry Murphy Healey.  Preventing gang- and drug-related witness intimidation.  Washington, D.C.:  U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice, 1996.  152p.

Fleisher, Mark S.  Dead end kids:  gang girls and the boys they know.  Madison, WI:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1998.  278p.  Female juvenile delinquents & gangs in Kansas City, Missouri.

Gardner, Sandra.  Street gangs in America.  Photographs by Cary Herz.  New York:  F. Watts, 1992.  111p.

Gardner, Sandra.  Street gangs.  Photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff.  New York:  F. Watts, 1983.  86p. 

Gedatus, Gustav Mark.  Gangs and violence.  Mankato, MN:  LifeMatters, 2000. 

Gentry, Atron, & Carolyn C. Peelle.  Learning to survive:  Black youth look for education and hope.  Foreword by Bill Cosby.  Westport, CT:  Auburn House, 1994.  172p.  Afro-American youth, education & gangs.

Goldentyer, Debra.  Gangs.  Austin, TX:  Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1994.  80p.

Goldentyer, Debra.  Street violence.  Austin, TX:  Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 1998.  48p.

Goldstein, Arnold P.  Delinquent gangs:  a psychological perspective.  Champaign, IL:  Research Press, 1991.  313p.

Goldstein, Arnold P., & Donald W. Kodluboy.  Gangs in schools:  signs, symbols, and solutions.  Champaign, IL:  Research Press, 1998.  248p.

Goldstein, Arnold P., et al.  The prosocial gang:  implementing aggression replacement training.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, 1994.  123p.

Greenberg, Keith Elliot.  Out of the gang.  Minneapolis:  Lerner Publications, 1992.  40p.

Grennan, Sean, et al.  Gangs:  an international approach.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 2000. 

Hagedorn, John, & Perry Macon.  People and folks:  gangs, crime, and the underclass in a rustbelt city.  Chicago:  Lake View Press, 1988.  237p.  1997.  Gangs in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Hanson, Kitty.  Rebels in the streets; the story of New York's girl gangs.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1964.  183p.

Harlan, Vernon T.  Breaking the cycle of gangs.  United States:  V.T. Harlan, 1992.  70p.

Harlan, Vernon T.  Youth street gangs:  breaking the gangs cycle in urban America.  San Francisco, CA:  Austin & Winfield, 1997. 

Harrell, Karen Fair.  Juvenile gangs.  Monticello, IL:  Vance Bibliographies, 1983.  12p.

Harris, Mary G.  Cholas:  Latino girls and gangs.  New York:  AMS Press, 1988.  220p.

Haskins, James.  Street gangs: yesterday and today.  New York:  Hastings House, 1974.  155p.  History of street gangs from colonial times to the present.

Hazlehurst, Kayleen M., & Cameron Hazlehurst, eds.  Gangs and youth subcultures:  international explorations.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Transaction Publishers, 1998.  354p.

Hernandez, Arturo.  Peace in the streets:  breaking the cycle of gang violence.  Washington, DC:  Child Welfare League of America, 1998.  197p.

Holmes, William Michael, & Elizabeth Aneal Dillon.  Joint State/City Task Force on Drugs and Violence:  analysis of a multi-level task force. Boston, MA:  Massachusetts Committee on Criminal Justice, 1991.  21p.

Huff, C. Ronald, ed.  Gangs in America.  Newbury Park, CA:  Sage Publications, 1990.  351p.  Thousand Oaks:  Sage Publications, 1996.  322p.

Huston, Peter.  Tongs, gangs, and triads:  Chinese crime groups in North America.  Boulder, CO:  Paladin Press, 1995.  270p.

Ino, Kenji.  Gendai oyabunron.  Tokyo:  Gendai Shokan, 1994.  285p.  Gangs in Japan.

Jackall, Robert.  Wild cowboys:  urban marauders & the forces of order.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 1997.  368p.  New York Dominican gangs.

Jackson, Lonnie.  Gangbusters:  strategies for prevention and intervention.  Lanham, MD:  American Correctional Association, 1998.  171p.

Jankowski, Martín Sánchez.  Islands in the street:  gangs and American urban society.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1991.  382p.

Jensen, Mary M., & Phillip C. Yerington.  Gangs:  straight talk, straight up:  a practical guide for teachers, parents, and the community.  Longmont, CO:  Sopris West, 1997.  301p.

Kelley, Frank Joseph.  Manual of law and information relating to motorcycle gangs.  Lansing, MI:  Attorney General’s Office, 1969. 

Kieffer-Adrian, Richard.  Free fire zones!:  urban warfare USA.  Columbus, OH:  R. Kieffer-Adrian, 1993.  157p.

Klein, Malcolm W.  Street gangs and street workers.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1971.  338p.

Klein, Malcolm W.  The American street gang:  its nature, prevalence, and control.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1995.  270p.

Klein, Malcolm W., & Barbara G. Myerhoff, eds.  Juvenile gangs in context; theory, research, and action.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, 1967.  210p.  Conference sponsored by the Youth Studies Center of the University of Southern California.

Klein, Malcolm W., Cheryl L. Maxson & Jody Miller, eds.  The modern gang reader.  Los Angeles:  Roxbury, 1995.  333p.

Knox, George W.  An introduction to gangs.  Foreword by Malcolm W. Klein. Berrien Springs, MI:  Vande Vere Pub., 1991.  498p.  Buchanan, MI:  Vande Vere Pub., 1993.  498p.  Bristol, IN:  Wyndham Hall Press, 1994.  817p.  Peotone, IL:  New Chicago School Press, 1998.  524p.

Knox, George W., David L. Laske & Edward D. Tromanhauser.  Schools under siege.  Dubuque, IA:  Kendall/Hunt, 1992.  230p.

Knox, Mike.  Gangsta in the house.  Troy, MI:  Momentum Book, 1995.  183p.

Kramer, Dale, & Madeline Karr.  Teen-age gangs.  Introduction by Estes Kefauver.  New York:  Holt, 1953.  244p.

Krisberg, Barry Alan.  The gang and the community.  San Francisco:  R and E Research Associates, 1975.  107p.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Afro-American youth gangs.

Lamb, Marjorie, & Barry Pearson.  The Boyd gang.  Toronto:  P. Martin Associates, 1976.  256p.  Crime & gangs in Ontario.

Lanovenko, I. P., et al.  Bor´ba s gruppovymi pravonarusheniiami nesovershennoletnikh.  Kiev:  Nauk. dumka, 1982.   199p.  Gangs in the Ukraine.

Lawson, Ann W.  Kids & gangs:  what parents and educators need to know.  Minneapolis:  Johnson Institute, 1994.  60p.  From a three year research project conducted by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). 

Leet, Duane A., George E. Rush & Anthony M. Smith.  Gangs, graffiti, and violence:  a realistic guide to the scope and nature of gangs in America.  Incline Village, Nev.:  Copperhouse Pub. Co., 1997.  268p.

Leissner, Aryeh.  Street club work in Tel Aviv and New York.  London:  Longmans [for] the National Bureau for Co-operation in Child Care, 1969.  316p.  Published in 1965 under title:  Street club work in New York and Tel-Aviv.

Leissner, Aryeh.  Street-club work in New York and Tel Aviv (impressions and observations upon group work with lower-class delinquent street corner groups).  Tel-Aviv:  [n.p.] 1965.  140p.

Levine, Claire.  Blueprint on gangs:  a coordinated approach to a growing problem.  Oregon Crime Prevention Resource Center.  Salem, OR:  Criminal Justice Services Division, Executive Dept., 1992.  31p.  Report prepared by the Oregon Crime Prevention Resource Center Symposium on Gangs and Violence, held July 14-16, 1992, Seaside, OR.

Liebow, Elliott.  Tally's corner; a study of Negro streetcorner men.  Foreword by Hylan Lewis.  Boston:  Little, Brown, 1967.  260p.  Doctoral thesis, Catholic University of America.

Lyman, Michael D.  Gangland:  drug trafficking by organized criminals.  Springfield, IL:  U.S.A.:  Thomas, 1989.  218p.

Lynch, Denis Tilden.  Criminals and politicians.  New York:  The Macmillan company, 1932.  256p.

Maguire, Mike, ed.  Street crime.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, USA:  Dartmouth, 1996.  579p.

Mathews, Frederick.  Youth gangs on youth gangs.  Ottawa:  Solicitor General Canada, Ministry Secretariat, 1993.  111p.  Issued by: Police Policy and Research Division.

Mays, G. Larry, ed.  Gangs and gang behavior.  Chicago:  Nelson-Hall, 1997.  490p.

McLean, Gordon R.  Cities of lonesome fear:  God among the gangs.  With Dave & Neta Jackson.  Foreword by Tony Evans.  Chicago:  Moody Press, 1991.  190p.

McLean, Gordon R.  Terror in the streets:  the inside story of a growing menace, the juvenile gangs of America's cities.  Minneapolis:  Bethany Fellowship, 1977.  188p.

Meyer, Marshall M., ed.  First report on gang violence in Maryland.  Prepared by the Maryland Governor's Executive Advisory Council.  Baltimore:  The Council, 1994.  81p.

Mierze´nski, Stanislaw.  Gangsterzy. Poslowie Waclawa Sadkowskiego.  Katowice:  ´Slask, 1967.  478p.  Crime & gangs in United States.

Miller, J. Mitchell, & Jeffrey P. Rush, eds.  Gangs:  a criminal justice approach.  Highland Heights, KY:  Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences;  Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Pub. Co., 1996.  185p.

Monti, Daniel J.  Wannabe:  gangs in suburbs and schools.  Oxford, UK;  Cambridge, USA:  Blackwell, 1994.  174p.

Moore, Joan W.  Going down to the barrio:  homeboys and homegirls in change.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 1991.  181p.

Moore, Joan W.  Homeboys:  gangs, drugs, and prison in the barrios of Los Angeles.  With Robert Garcia, et al.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 1978.  Chicano Pinto Research Project.  239p.

Morgan, John.  No gangster more bold:  Murray Humphreys [1899-1965], the Welsh political genius who corrupted America.  London:  Hodder and Stoughton, 1985.  178p.  American ed. published:  Prince of crime.

Mottel, Syeus.  Charas, the improbable dome builders.  New York:  Drake Publishers, 1973.  191p.  Gangs & community centers in New York.

Muehlbauer, Gene, & Laura Dodder.  The losers:  gang delinquency in an American suburb.  New York, NY:  Praeger, 1983.  138p.

Myers, Chauncie Kilmer.  Light the dark streets.  Greenwich, CT:  Seabury Press, 1957.  156p.  Church work with youth gangs.

Neighborhood gangs:  a case book for youth workers.  National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers.  New York:  Federation?, 1967.  55p.

Neisser, Edith Glicksman, & Nina Ridenour.  Your children and their gangs.  Washington:  U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Security Administration, Children's Bureau, 1960.  34p.

Oehme, Chester G.  Gangs, groups, and crime:  perceptions and responses of community organizations.  Durham, N.C.:  Carolina Academic Press, 1997.  303p.  Gangs in North Carolina.

Oliver, Marilyn Tower.  Gangs:  trouble in the streets.  Springfield, NJ:  Enslow Publishers, 1995.  128p.

Osman, Karen.  Gangs.  San Diego, CA:  Lucent Books, 1992.  80p.

Owen, Harry Collinson (1882-1956).  King Crime:  an English study of America's greatest problem.  London:  E. Benn, 1931.  306p.  New York:  H. Holt, 1932.  275p.

Owen, Harry Collinson.  Les rois du crime.  Paris:  Nouvelle librairie française, 1931.  249p.  Gangs & criminals in the United States.

Padilla, Felix M.  The gang as an American enterprise.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 1992.  198p.

Panditaraja, Jagannatha, son of Bhattabhattaraka Perubhatta.  Panditaraja-Rajatilaka Jagannathakrta Ganalahari.  [n.p.] 1939.  Vamanapandita, 17th century.  103p. Gangs River poetry.

Pontius, Michael J.  The Michigan youth gang handbook.  Spring Arbor, MI:  Pontius and Associates, 1996. 

Potter, Gary W., & Philip Jenkins.The city and the syndicate:  organizing crime in Philadelphia.  Lexington, MA:  Ginn Custom Pub., 1985.  116p.

Preliminary analysis of the Crips and Bloods street gang activity in Oklahoma:  strategic intelligence summary.  Prepared by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control, Intelligence Division.  Oklahoma City:  The Bureau, 1991.  21p.

Randolph, Norman, & Edsel Erickson.  Gangs, my town, and the nation.  Holmes Beach, FL:  Learning Publications, 1996.  241p.  Gangs in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Ro, Ronin.  Gangsta:  merchandizing the rhymes of violence.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1996.  194p.  Rap, Hip-hop & gangs in U.S.

Rogers, Kenneth H.  Street gangs in Toronto, a study of the forgotten boy.  Foreword by the Hon. Mr. Justice R. S. Robertson.  Toronto:  The Ryerson press, 1945.  114p.

Rome, Florence.  The tattooed men:  an American woman reports on the Japanese criminal underworld.  New York:  Delacorte Press, 1975.  268p.  Crime & gangs in Japan.

Rosen, Roger, ed.  Street gangs:  gaining turf, losing ground.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1991.  168p.  Fictional and non-fictional stories dealing various aspects of gang life and its influence on disenfranchised youth..

Salisbury, Harrison Evans.  The shook-up generation.  New York:  Harper, 1958.  244p.  Juvenile delinquency & gangs.

Sanders, Mark.  Preventing gang violence in your school.  Minneapolis, MN:  Johnson Institute, 1995.  44p.

Sanders, William B.  Gangbangs and drive-bys:  grounded culture and juvenile gang violence.  New York:  Aldine de Gruyter, 1994.  198p.

Savitz, Leonard D., Michael Lalli & Lawrence Rosen.  City life and delinquency--victimization, fear of crime, and gang membership.  Washington:  National Institute for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1977.  61p.

Shelden, Randall G., Sharon K. Tracy & William B. Brown.  Youth gangs in American society.  Belmont, CA:  Wadsworth Pub. Co., 1997.  250p.

Shirley, Glenn.  They outrobbed them all:  the rise and fall of the vicious Martins.  Stillwater, OK:  Barbed Wire Press, 1992.  122p.  Martin family gangs in Oklahoma.

Short, James F.  Gangs and adolescent violence.  Boulder, CO:  Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, 1996.  94p.

Short, James F., & Fred L. Strodtbeck.  Group process and gang delinquency.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1965.  294p.  1974, 296p.

Short, James F., ed.  Gang delinquency and delinquent subcultures.  New York:  Harper & Row, 1969, 1968.  328p.

Sikes, Gini.  8 ball chicks:  a year in the violent world of girl gangsters.  New York:  Anchor Books, 1997.  276p.  Female juvenile delinquents & gangs.

Slatalla, Michelle, & Joshua Quittner.  Masters of deception:  the gang that ruled cyberspace.  New York:  HarperCollins Publishers, 1995.  225p.  Computer hackers in New York.

Sonder, Ben.  Gangs.  New York:  Benchmark Books, 1996.  96p.

Spergel, Irving A.  The youth gang problem:  a community approach.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1995.  346p.

Spergel, Irving.  Street gang work:  theory and practice.  Reading, MA:  Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1966.  249p.

Stark, Evan.  Everything you need to know about street gangs.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1995.  64p.

Stewart, Gail.  Gangs.  Photographs by Natasha Frost.  San Diego, CA:  Lucent Books, 1997.  96p.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1998.  112p.

Stewart, Gail.  Gangs.  San Diego, CA:  Greenhaven Press, 1998.  112p.  Contrasts viewpoints on how serious gangs are in the United States.

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Taylor, Carl S.  Dangerous society.  East Lansing, MI:  Michigan State University Press,  1990. 149p.  Gangs in Detroit, Michigan.

Taylor, Carl S.  Girls, gangs, women and drugs.  East Lansing, MI:  Michigan State  University Press, 1993.  217p.  Gangs in Detroit, Michigan.

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Torrey, Edwin Fuller.  Ride with the Loomis gang.  Utica, NY:  North Country Books, 1997. 

Trapani, Margi.  Working together against gang violence.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1996.  64p.

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Vertinsky, Liza.  A law and economics approach to criminal gangs.  Aldershot, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Ashgate, 1999.  236p.

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Wallace, Charles M.  The boy gangs of Richmond in the dear old days; a page of the city's lesser history recalled.  Richmond:  Richmond Press, 1938.  99p.  Published originally in the Richmond Times-dispatch in Harry Tucker's column entitled 'Main Street.'

Watson, Frederick.  A century of gunmen:  a study in lawlessness.  London:  I. Nicholson & Watson ltd., 1931.  295p.

Webb, Margot.  Coping with street gangs.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1990.  183p.  New York:  Rosen Pub. Group, 1999.  167p.

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Wiener, Valerie.  Winning the war against youth gangs:  a guide for teens, families, and communities.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1999. 

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