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Working with gangs and young people : a toolkit for resolving group conflict

Author: Jessie Feinstein; Nia Imani Kuumba
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : J. Kingsley, 2006.
Series: JKP resource materials.
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Explaining that an individual cannot be forced to leave a gang environment but, with education and support, can be equipped to choose an alternative lifestyle, this title presents flexible activities and strategies to run either two-hour or one-day workshops - useful for those involved with working with this under-supported group.
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Feinstein, Jessie, 1970-
Working with gangs and young people.
London ; Philadelphia : J. Kingsley, 2006
(DLC) 2006013014
(OCoLC)64314925
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jessie Feinstein; Nia Imani Kuumba
ISBN: 9781846425226 1846425220 1280738189 9781280738180
OCLC Number: 81143985
Description: 1 online resource (139 pages).
Contents: Cover --
COVER --
Working with Gangs and Young People --
Contents --
PREFACE --
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS --
Introduction --
What is a gang? --
Why are young people in gangs? --
What is the difference between a gang and a group of friends? --
How to Use this Manual --
Who is this manual for? --
Explaining the techniques --
Safety --
Measuring the effectiveness of the groupwork --
Bringing rival gangs together --
Chapter 1 Safety and Danger --
Key questions --
Aims --
Safety and Danger Day Plan --
1.1 Sun Shines On --
1.2 What Is A Gang? --
1.3 Unwritten Rules --
1.4 Ground Rules --
1.5 Where Do You Stand? --
1.6 Red Flags --
1.7 Sharks --
FIDO cards --
1.8 FIDO --
1.9 24/7 Conflict Street --
1.10 Blame Game --
1.11 Choices And Consequences --
Chapter 2 Space and Territory --
Key questions --
Aims --
Space and Territory Day Plan --
2.1 Territories Game --
2.2 Conflict Maps --
2.3 1 To 11 --
2.4 Country Map --
2.5 Small Group Discussion --
2.6 Where Am I From? --
2.7 Personal Space --
2.8 Walking Trust Circle --
2.9 Gangs In Your Area --
2.10 Pulse Train --
2.11 Chain Reaction --
Chapter 3 Status and Reputation --
Key questions --
Aims --
Status and Reputation Day Plan --
3.1 Howdy Status --
3.2 What Is Status? --
3.3 Sinking Ships --
3.4 Status And Power --
3.5 Taking A Risk --
3.6 Second Guessing --
3.7 Myths --
3.8 Jailbreak --
3.9 I've Got The Power --
3.10 The Powerful And The Powerless --
3.11 Push Me If You Can --
3.12 Boxing Ring --
Chapter 4 Enemies and Revenge --
Key questions --
Aims --
Enemies and Revenge Day Plan --
4.1 Bombs And Shields --
4.2 Enemy Thinking --
4.3 Enemies And Power --
4.4 Outsiders --
4.5 My Enemy --
4.6 Underlying Anger --
4.7 Grandma's Keys --
4.8 Whose Side Are You On? --
4.9 Who's Affected? --
4.10 Paranoia --
4.11 The Gamble Of Revenge --
TAKING THE WORK FORWARD --
APPENDIX --
REFERENCES --
ABOUT LEAP --
Last Page.
Series Title: JKP resource materials.
Responsibility: Jessie Feinstein and Nia Imani Kuumba.

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