I am sure everyone had their own hypothesis as to why middle class juveniles may turn to gangs when in their youth. Like so, mine is similar albeit a bit different. I will present in in a few parts to encapsulate my point. Overall it is as follows (I came up with plans before the readings so I could compare my rough guesses with actual scholarly theories to see how far off I was):
Part one: Troubled youth in disadvantageous situations.
I believe this group is probably the smallest of the three I will mention. This entity usually resides in middle to upper class middle class communities and occur (but are not limited to) in suburban and urban ones. Obviously this is not definitive, but according to a 2009 study (Ebsensen, 2009) done from an foreigners perspective, this category of juvenile prospective delinquent exists as a by-product of poor adult rearing (i.e.. being raised poorly) and not being given the proper attention or opportunities for success. That is why this group is both small and more I frequent as many underprivileged children overcome bad situations and make great men and women of themselves oftentimes. There is no definitive percentage to define this group as it is difficult to define its occurrence in the first place.
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