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TypeTitleAuthor(s)YearViews
Young mother (in the) hood: Gang girls' negotiation of new identitiesMoloney, M; Hunt, GP; JoeLaidler, K; Mackenzie, K2011121
 
The path and promise of fatherhood for gang membersMoloney, M; Mackenzie, K; Hunt, G; JoeLaidler, K200958
 
Moving into motherhood: Gang girls and controlled riskHunt, G; JoeLaidler, K; Mackenzie, K2005119
 
Alcohol and Masculinity: The Case of GangsLaidler, KA; Hunt, G; Mackenzie, K200393
 
I am Calling My Mom: Family Ties and Female Gang MembersLaidler, KA; Hunt, G; Mackenzie, K2000111
 
Being Dogged and Getting Buzzed: Alcohol and Violence in the Public and Private Lives of Female Gang MemersLaidler, KA; Hunt, G; Mackenzie, K200087
 
"I'm calling my mom": The meaning of family and kinship among homegirlsHunt, G; Mackenzie, K; JoeLaidler, K200096
 
'Chillin', Being Dogged and Getting Buzzed': Alcohol in the lives of female gang membersHunt, G; JoeLaidler, K; Mackenzie, K200072
 
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