Psychology of Gang Involvement

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Mallion, J. Wood, J.L., Mallion, J.S. and Frisby-Osman, S. (ed.) (2022). Psychology of Gang Involvement. London Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group).
AuthorsMallion, J.
EditorsWood, J.L., Mallion, J.S. and Frisby-Osman, S.
Abstract

Psychology of Gang Involvement expands existing knowledge by applying psychological knowledge to gangs, including how gang members think, their mental and emotional well-being, and their perceptions of gang involvement, as well as issues relating to gang prevention and intervention strategies.

KeywordsGang; Mental health; Psychology; Intervention; Prevention
Year2022
PublisherRoutledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
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Print09 Nov 2022
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AcceptedJul 2022
Deposited18 Oct 2022
Place of publicationLondon
Edition1
ISBN9781003242734
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003242734
Web address (URL)https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/edit/10.4324/9781003242734/psychology-gang-involvement-jane-wood-jaimee-mallion-sarah-frisby-osman?refId=ae992e17-0f3a-4034-97eb-7c94d6dd8db0&context=ubx
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The document attached contains the accepted version of the manuscript for the chapter "Applying the Good Lives Model to Gang Intervention" by Mallion, J. which can be found here: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003242734-12

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