SOC203 Community problems dealing with street Gangs

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When it comes to the actual presence of gangs and their members, they may be seen or even felt by the society in all places and throughout the communities. The gang members are not just representing an invisible empire amongst their groups. In the sight of gangs they may be seen or felt everywhere, this can been seen in our urban cities and even in our smaller communities. They are normally gaining satisfaction in reg

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Community problems dealing with street Gangs Name: Janice KetchumSOC203 Social Problems Instructor: JamesKnapp Date: March 31, 2014We can define street gangs that involved an organized social system that is both quasi-private (not fully open to the public) and quasi-secretive (much of the information concerning its business remains confined with the group) and one whose size and goals have necessitated that social interaction be governed by a leadership structure that has defined roles; where the authority associated with these roles has been legitimized to the extent tha

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