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    Gang Leader for a Day is the fascinating full story of how Sudhir Venkatesh managed to gain entree into the gang, what he learned, and how his method revolutionized the academic establishment. When Venkatesh walked into an abandoned building in one of Chicago’s most notorious housing projects
    By Sudhir Venkatesh. Updated Jan. 18, 2008 12:01 am ET. As it turned out, they weren’t as enthusiastic as I was about an in-depth study of the Black Kings crack gang and their compelling leader. Gang Leader For A Day is based on author Sudhir Venkatesh’s ten years of personal, in-depth research conducted on-site at the notorious Robert Taylor Homes public housing projects in Chicago. Ignored by city government and law enforcement, residents in the close-knit community rely only on
    Gang Leader for a day Review Drake Rollins Troy University CJ 3350 Dr. Rush. Subscribe to view the full document. Dr. Sudhir Venkatesh is a human science teacher at Columbia University. He has a background marked by contemplating neediness in America.
    The story of the young sociologist who studied a Chicago crack-dealing gang from the inside captured the world’s attention when it was first described in
    In Gang Leader for a Day, Venkatesh continually compares the Black Kings’ drug trafficking with more conventional forms of American business. To what extent are you persuaded by these comparisons? What strategies does Venkatesh use to gain the confidence of J.T. and the other people he meets at
    Read “Gang Leader for a Day” by Sudhir Venkatesh available from Rakuten Kobo. Sudhir Venkatesh the young sociologist who became famous in Freakonomics (Why do drug dealers still live with their moms
    Sudhir Venkatesh’s Gang Leader For a Day portrays the bleak and brutal gang lifestyle in one of America’s many urban wastelands, says Ed Vulliamy. Although built as recently as 1962, and a place where a curious white kid was welcome for a chat at the Black Panther food distribution point, I was
    Gang Leader for a Day. A Rogue Sociologist Takes to the Streets. Sudhir Venkatesh “The achievement of Gang Leader for a Day is to give the dry statistics a raw, beating heart.”—The Boston Globe. “A rich portrait of the urban poor, drawn not from statistics but from viivd tales of their lives and
    Sudhir Venkatesh, the author of the book, mentions that “the field of sociology has long been divided into two camps” in terms of methods of doing research. What kinds of problems did Venkatesh have to deal with when he was gang leader for a day? What was J.T. doing at the end of the book
    Sudhir Venkatesh is William B. He is a researcher and writer on urban neighborhoods in the United States and France. Much of Gang Leader for a Day details your relationship with J. Was there any other member of the Black Kings whose story you found as compelling?
    The publisher of Sudhir Venkatesh’s Gang Leader for a Day is trying to flog it by its association with Freakonomics (Venkatesh contributed to Steven Levitt’s bestseller), but 20 years from now, the order of precedence will have been reversed. Venkatesh has written a work whose intellectual depth and
    The publisher of Sudhir Venkatesh’s Gang Leader for a Day is trying to flog it by its association with Freakonomics (Venkatesh contributed to Steven Levitt’s bestseller), but 20 years from now, the order of precedence will have been reversed. Venkatesh has written a work whose intellectual depth and
    On a hot summer day in 1989, Sudhir Venkatesh, a callow sociology student with a ponytail and tie-dyed T-shirt, walked into one of Chicago’s toughest He stuck around, befriended a gang leader and for the next decade lived a curious insider-outsider life at the notorious Robert Taylor Homes on the

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