A New Framework
Essays by Meda Chesney-Lind and John Hagedorn
A new history of gangs in Chicago
|On the Chicago School
from Gangs in the Global City
Housing, Gangs, and Homicide: What We Can Learn from Chicago
with Brigid Rauch. Urban Affairs Review 42:4.
March 2007. Pp 435-456
Hiding the History of the Chicago Police Review of former CPD Chief Terry Hillard's' "inside" History of the Chicago Police.
Criminal Justice Review 2009. 34: p267.
Race Not Space
A Revisionist History of Gangs in Chicago
Journal of African American History 91:2
Policy Paper for the
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
a Way to Stop Murder
Chicago Tribune, Jun 1 2003
of New York and Chicago"
Chicago Tribune, January 19, 2000
"Girl Gangs: Are
Girls Getting More Violent?"
Streetwise Nov, 1999
The Global Impact of Gangs
The Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 21:2
May 2005 pp 153-169
Making Sense of Central America Maras
Air & Space Power. May 2008
Gangs in Court
Gang Stereotypes in Court
Chrnonicle of the International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates. January 2013 71-75
Breaking the Frame: Responding to Gang Stereotypes in Capital Cases. with Bradley MacLean
Memphis Law Review 42: 1027-1060
Gangs and Terrorism
and the Method of Social Science.
Lecture on September 11
On Violence and Randall Collins
Anthropos 104:1 p 211. 2009
|Hagedorn on NBC Nightly News|
Also by John Hagedorn
Forsaking Our Children: Bureaucracy and Reform in the Child Welfare System