A case study that presents a concrete image of how violence presents itself in an American city. Describes actual settings in which responses to urban violence must be formulated a implemented. Aim is to stimulate discussion among citizens, students, a urban police makers a how the problem of urban violence might be best addressed. Tables a figures.You got J. R. Ewing lying and cheating and stealing and double-crossing everybody, so he can get more money, more power, more things. The kids out here are ... Babies out here whose outfits cost more than mine! ... aquot;We have kids coming in who havena#39;t had any breakfast, or theya#39;ve had a bag of potato chips and a soda.
|Title||:||Violence in Cornet City|
|Author||:||Patricia Kelly, Mark H. Moore, Jeffrey A. Roth|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1995-10|