No two gangs are alike: The digital divide in street gangs’ differential adaptations to social media

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Whittaker, A, Densley, J and Moser, KS (2020). No two gangs are alike: The digital divide in street gangs’ differential adaptations to social media. Computers in Human Behavior. 110, pp. 106403-106403. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2020.106403
AuthorsWhittaker, A, Densley, J and Moser, KS
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Social media provide novel opportunities for street gangs to operate beyond their traditional borders to sell drugs, recruit members and control their territory, virtually and physically. Although social media have contributed to the means available to street gangs today, it does not mean that every gang agrees on their use. Drawing on different perspectives (ex-gang members, law enforcement) on gangs using a multi-method design in a London borough, the current study shows that social media have polarized gangs, resulting in two distinct types of digital adaptation. The proposed division of ‘digitalist’ and ‘traditionalist’ gangs is rooted in Thrasher's (1927) dictum that no two gangs are alike and explains how some gangs prefer to keep a low profile, thus, avoiding social media use. ‘Digitalists’, by contrast, prefer to use social media as a way to gain reputation and territorial expansion. They use it to brand themselves and to appear attractive for recruits and customers alike. These differences can be theoretically explained firstly as a generational gap, meaning that younger gang members prefer the use of social media; and secondly, by how well established a gang already is, as newer gangs need more attention to establish themselves.

KeywordsGangs ; Crime; Social media; County lines; Generation gap
Year2020
JournalComputers in Human Behavior
Journal citation110, pp. 106403-106403
PublisherElsevier BV
ISSN0747-5632
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2020.106403
Funder/ClientLondon Borough of Waltham Forest
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Deposited13 May 2020
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Moser, K., Clases, C. and Wehner, T. (2000). Taking Actors' Perspectives Seriously: Whose Knowledge and What is Managed? Knowledge Management in a Transdisciplinary Perspective. in: Häberli, R., Scholz, R.W., Bill, A. and Welti, M. (ed.) Transdisciplinarity: Joint Problem-Solving among Science, Technology and Society Zurich Haffmans Sachbuch Verlag. pp. 534-538
Metaphern des Selbst. Wie Sprache, Umwelt und Selbstkognition zusammenhängen
Moser, K. (2000). Metaphern des Selbst. Wie Sprache, Umwelt und Selbstkognition zusammenhängen. Lengerich, Germany Pabst Science Publishers.
Metaphor analysis in psychology - method, theory, and fields of application
Moser, KS (2000). Metaphor analysis in psychology - method, theory, and fields of application. Forum: Qualitative Social Research (on-line journal). 1 (2).
Knowledge Acquisition through Metaphors: Anticipation of Self Change at Transitions from Learning to Work
Moser, K. (1999). Knowledge Acquisition through Metaphors: Anticipation of Self Change at Transitions from Learning to Work. in: Hansen, H., Sigrist, B., Goorhuis, H. and Landolt, H. (ed.) Arbeit und Bildung - das Ende einer Differenz? Travail et formation - la fin d'une distinction? Learning and Work - the End of a Distinction? Zurich Bildung Sauerländer. pp. 141-152
Identitätsdefinitionen beim Übergang vom Hochschulstudium ins Berufsleben: Wohnformen und private Räume
Moser, K. (1996). Identitätsdefinitionen beim Übergang vom Hochschulstudium ins Berufsleben: Wohnformen und private Räume . in: Ettrich, K.U. and Fries, M. (ed.) Lebenslange Entwicklung in sich wandelnden Zeiten Landau Empirische Pädagogik. pp. 340-347