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...th how their intellectual capabilities differ in making decisions. Gang violence will always be an issue in our country, but if we as a community come together and take precautions, I feel as if we can decrease the amount of crime that is being committed in that area. For example, never travel alone or go through a specific area at a certain hour. If young men and women are aware of the consequences that follow with the actions of being affiliated with a gang, I truly believe that it will steer them into the correct direction with their lives.
Papachristosa, Andrew V., David M. Hureaub, and Anthony A. Bragab'c. The Corner and the Crew: The Influence of Geography and Social Networks on Gang Violence. Working paper no. 78. 3rd ed. Vol. 78. New Haven: American Sociology Review, 2013. Web. 27 Feb. 2014.
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