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Early Precursors of Gang Membership: A Study of Seattle Youth
(NCJ 190106) December 2001
OJJDP Youth Gang Series, Bulletin, 6 page(s)
Hill, K. G., Lui, C., Hawkins, J. D.
This bulletin presents results of Seattle’s Social Development Project, which examines the question of why young children and teenagers decide to join gangs.
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