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[SOC SCI 164D] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)


Department
Social Science
Course Code
SOC SCI 164D
Professor
Al Valdez
Study Guide
Final

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UC-Irvine
SOC SCI 164D
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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LEC 1
Why we talk about violence first ?
Violence is the language sheet gangs and is used as a tool
Lyrics
American violence
History of violence
The violence we know today has been around the country since before the settlers
The media helps shape the public's view and understanding of violence
We treat people based on different gender, boy and girl
The Anatomy of violence
Shape out attitude of violence
The music, the cartoon and games: we teach children that violence is interesting, success.
People did great job on passing these message to kids
A father beat mother, this is a way to teach that men should treat women like this
People are 18 are not mature, their brain is not completely formed until there are 24,
18-24 gun violence
Is predicted by an identifiable cycle.
This cycle of violence has become the foundation of settling and maintaining control of
people
20% high school caring weapon to school, cuz they had gun for protection.
The modern day cycle of violence is highlighted in 1889, battle of wounded knee
Today we live in some experts called the most violent country in the world
10%of the country's schools experience felony violence, including murder and rape. 10%
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Parents are power mentors
Father teaches his girls bump a gun , finished in 53 seconds --there are many forms in
violence teaching
Gangs are not just a juvenile or adult issue
The 14-24 age group is very important
Juveniles only comprise approximately 22-25% of the total street gang population
Juveniles and adult is a legal definition
The 14-24 age group reached 30 million plus in 2006
Sb died in violence, who tell their family?
Why Gangs Form
1. Gang are not part of the Hispanic, Black, Asian or White culture
2. Gangs are part of criminal culture
3. It is the nature of criminal to band together
4. All gangs are formed in defense
5. Gangs multiply by dividing
6. Gangs develop their own code of conduct.
7. The gang comes before religion, family,
Why Gangs form
The breeding ground for all gangs begins with an excluded group, who feel victimized by
poverty, or the establishment, or some other type of injustice, whether real or imagined
It is fed by an anti-establishment culture of drugs, crime, hate and racial separatism
Micro-regression:
Say sth to you, not psychical touch you
Three social factors help fuel the formation of street gangs, not why kids join:
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