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Guys, Gangs, and Girlfriend Abuse: A History of Women's Sport in Canada

Totten, Mark

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ISBN 10: 1442600837 / ISBN 13: 9781442600836
Published by University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division, 2000
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Title: Guys, Gangs, and Girlfriend Abuse: A History...

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Used: Very Good

Edition: 3rd Revised edition.

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Winner: The 2001 Frederick Milton Thrasher Award (awarded by the National Gang Crime Research Center)

Youth violence and youth gangs are serious social problems. This groundbreaking study explores how marginal male youth make sense of their physical, sexual, and emotional violence towards those they claim to love—their girlfriends—and how the abuse of girls, gays, and racial minorities is related to the development of familial and gender ideologies in the home and on the street. The construction of masculinity is revealed as an ongoing process, negotiated and developed with the resources at hand. The degree, level, and objects of individual and gang violence are linked to differences in adherence to the patterns of male behaviour and authority the child witnesses in the family and in the gang. The language these male youth use in the in-depth interviews reflects their actions and feelings: it is disturbing, yet powerful.

As well as addressing the lack of qualitative information on the subject, this book offers a practical plan for addressing youth violence. It is a valuable resource for students, parents, and professionals.

About the Author:

Mark D. Totten has worked with high-risk young people and families for eighteen years. Holding a Masters degree in Social Work and a Ph.D. in Sociology, he has taught at Carleton University and is Director of Research at the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa-Carleton. He was awarded the Patricia Allen Memorial Fund Scholarship for his research and is working on a second book on youth homicide.

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