Why African-American Children Join Gangs Term Paper by Top Papers

Why African-American Children Join Gangs
A look at why African-American children drop out of school and join gangs.
# 129983 | 750 words | 5 sources | APA | 2006 | US


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The paper explores the evidence of studies which confirm that many African-American children drop out of school, join gangs, and end up in prison primarily because they grow up in poverty, which breeds resentment and generates hostility towards society.

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"Based on my research question, briefly summarizing what is known about my chosen topic and demonstrating how my research question builds on the existing knowledge base requires noting the evidence of studies, which confirm that many African-American children drop out of school, join gangs, and end up in prison primarily because they grow up in poverty, which breeds resentment and generates hostility towards society."

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