Undergraduate Course Catalog 2004-2005
COURSE: 81-486 Gang Crime-Impact (3)
Multidiscipline theories are presented. Possible causes and resolutions are explored along with economic, ethnic, racial, educational, migratory, housing, religious and psycho-social vectors—practical dilemmas of high-rise housing, automobile mobility, rapid-transit expansion, school “drop-outs,” and alcohol as well as drug abuse. Analysis of efforts to combat the problems are considered, including law enforcement, legislation, and community cooperation.