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Gang mentality and social deviance of this form has been noticed and documented in this country for decades.

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They increase his self-awareness and strip away the mob mentality that he was a part of.
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Posted video clips of real-life fights, gang members posing with weapons, drugs and money, and insults traded between rival gangs help reinforce the menacing gangsta mentality.

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The explosion of the gangsta mentality is no more in evidence than by a quick look at the social networking site, Bebo.
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Power, wealth and prestige are what these youth are desperately seeking. The hallmarks of the gangsta rap-lifestyle, which glorifies and glamourises violence, drugs and misogyny played out by their beloved rap idols, signals to them that emulating the lifestyle may be just the ticket to success.

 

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Gangs bring fear and violence to neighborhoods, drugs, destroy property, involve youth in crimes and drive out businesses.
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Get the hell away from him! Tell him it’s either you or the gang & when I say gang, I mean gang mentality, the lifestyle and all the negativity.

This "mob mentality" of Penn State students was pointed out across the …
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Is this behaviour due to young people’s tendency towards deep insecurity; or the human condition of wanting what you are not; or a combination of both?
The study didn’t reflect why kids need to push the boundaries when with peers. My theory is that it COULD be they are terribly insecure and want to appear strong before their peers. Or perhaps they want so badly to be like the other kids; maybe they think the other guys have”it” — something that they themselves lack.
Also, in teens, hormone levels are raging; it takes little for them to get jumpy or excited. This is more likely where the pack mentality would take over.
It would be interesting to take this article further and obtain more insights from youth-psychologists..


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The first mental health problem examined was posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), an extremely debilitating disorder occurring after a highly disturbing traumatic event, such as military combat or violent crime. Almost one-third (31%) of all rape victims developed PTSD sometime during their lifetime; and more than one in ten rape victims (11%) still has PTSD today.
Rape victims were 6.2 times more likely to develop PTSD than women who had never been victims of crime (31% vs 5%).
Rape victims were 5.5 times more likely to have current PTSD than those who had never been victims of crime (11% Vs 2%).

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“ Prior to the 1970’s, gang violence was still popularly associated with white ethnic enclaves in the cities of the Midwest and East, and gang incidents were typically brawls involving fists, sticks and knives....

What kind of stuff do you do in gangs

I am now in prison with double life. Arrested when I was sixteen, I ended any real possibility of having a successful life. When joining a gang, my outlook changed to the negative. I started to think I had no future because of the gang mentality. The self-prophesy came to pass. So, to answer your question, joining a gang changed my life as a whole by ending it - with the chance to live only to feel it.

Would you think gang life is fun

I found this very interesting and think the idea of mob mentality is very true-especially at Penn state. A riot was started and the streets destroyed a few years ago after a few people threw some stuff off their balcony and everyone decided to do the same, eventually escalating. Something similar to the "herd mentality" is the "bystander effect."The bystander effect is the somewhat controversial name given to a social psychological phenomenon in cases where individuals do not offer help in an emergency situation when other people are present. The probability of help has in the past been thought to be inversely proportional to the number of bystanders. In other words, the greater the number of bystanders, the less likely it is that any one of them will help.
I found this video illustrating this.