Renegade Kids, Suburban Outlaws: From Youth Culture to Delinquency (Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Series) by Wayne Wooden, Randy Blazak

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Renegade Kids, Suburban Outlaws: From Youth Culture to Delinquency (Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Series)
Title:
Renegade Kids, Suburban Outlaws: From Youth Culture to Delinquency (Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice Series)
Author:
Wayne Wooden, Randy Blazak
ISBN:
053452754X
ISBN13:
978-0534527549
Size PDF:
1651 kb
Size epub:
1597 kb
Publisher:
Wadsworth Publishing; 2 edition (July 26, 2000)
Language:
English
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Rating:
4.0
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456
Offering a unique look at subcategories of delinquent youth, primarily suburban youth, Wooden/Blazak use qualitative research strategies to explore how basically good kids can move from the fringes of society to delinquent activities. Accordingly, this text investigates everything from the harmless life of the mall rat to the volatile and dangerous world of skinheads, Satanists, and tagger crews, as well as the culture in the California Youth Authority. This new edition includes more information about girls and different races, as well as the latest information about group typologies. The author quotes from the popular media to highlight his points and make conceptual material relevant to students.

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