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2.) (McNeil et al.2013). 3.) This source heavily supports my signpost through a various of different ways. One way in which this is helpful is because it explains how because of poverty high crimes are taking a place in low income society. It also explains how the students in schools with poor education are more prone to joining a gang. This is important because it demonstrates how poverty is a real issue however it is primarily affecting low income society. Making it even more clear that this issues is geared towards mostly minorities. “ help low-income families presenting with the risk of adolescent gang involvement” (Mcneil et al.2013: 111). The authors priority in the article was to make everyone aware of what was going on. This also another reason to which why this was helpful, because it gave me both reasons of why it is happening and also answers on how to solve it. 1.) Hipp, John, and Daniel Yates. (2011). “Ghettos, Thresholds, and Crime: Does Concentrating Poverty Really Have an Accelerating Increasing effect on Crime?”. Criminology. Pp.1. 2.)( Hipp and Yates 2011). 3.) My last and final source is helpful because it provides factual data on how crime and poverty correlate. This is helpful because it provides more credibility to my signpost and argument. Some other things that were helpful from this source is the fact that it was all concentrated around what I was focusing on. It wasn't focused on any certain low income 3
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society, but primarily focused on low income societies of people of color. “one bedrock conclusion is the presence of more poverty is associated with more crime” (Hipp and Yates 2011: 1). Both authors concluded that Poverty is in fact correlated to high crime rates after research they produced. This helpful because the data they used can be helpful for me to conduct my own. 4
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